Our debut EP is finally here! And we want to celebrate with You, Nashville!
First 30 people in the door will receive a free copy of the EP. So don’t delay! We’ve invited our good friends Von Strantz and Laurel & the Love-In to help us celebrate.
Doors at 8:30pm. Music starts at 9pm!
$10 gets you into the party! 🎉🤘
Fame and Fiction:
FAME&FICTION is a rock band from Nashville, TN.
As a group, Fame&Fiction is very passionate about human rights activism and the LGBTQ community. The band wants to see change in the world by being the change; celebrating diversity, being a positive influence to our culture, and, in doing so, encourage others to have a voice.
FAME&FICTION is currently performing around Nashville and festivals across the country. The group is also interested in activism and available for fundraisers and protests. Their first gig was a sold out show at the Basement East called «Nasty Women», a fundraiser for Refugees in Tennessee. Fame&Fiction has also played Cinema Systers film festival in Paducah, KY and Michigan Framily Reunion Festival.
Von Strantz: Utilizing a variety of instruments such as violin, cello, keys, guitar and feet percussion, Von Strantz unites harmonies strung together by commanding and soulful lyrics. With story-sharing as their passion. Von Strantz invites their audience into the emotion of each piece. In 2015 Von Strantz won “Eddie’s Attic Songwriting Shoot-out”. The duo has traveled extensively playing thousands of shows and performing many festivals and venues including Electric Forest, Hard Rock Cafe, Schuba’s, Paper City Music Fest, Audiofeed, Starry Night ,Steel Bridge Music Fest, Mile of Music, and has shared the stage with some of their favorite artists, My Brightest Diamond, Josh Garrels, Crystal Bowersox, Over The Rhine, Howie Day & A Silent Film to name a few. Von Strantz is also Sofar Sounds Alumni.
Laurel and Love-In:
I meant to write to you before this, and I hope you haven’t been worried. I am in Nashville and it is really beautiful here. A beautiful scene. We’ve been here a week, me and this rock and roll band that calls itself the Love-In. We’re making this movie. Well it’s not really a movie, but a short film. Well it’s not visual or anything, more like an album. Only while we’re making it, I’m in it.
I won’t bore you with the whole thing, how it happened, but I really tried, because I knew you wanted me to. It just didn’t work out with me and Danny, and so I have come here and it is a really beautiful scene. I don’t want you to worry about me. I’m with the Love-In now.
We’re all getting a van together and we’re just gonna go. We’re piling in together, traveling all over the Heartland, playing our music and bringing people into our movie. Please don’t worry. We’re welcoming everyone to the Love-In.
Completely and Honestly Truly,
Laurel & the Love-In