The Nashville Masquerade Certified Nashville’s Premier Rock n Roll Showcase
Mon, Mar 19 9:00 pm
Fabrizio and the Fever: Fabrizio and the Fever is an alternative-rock entity formed in 2013 by Massachusetts born singer/songwriter/entrepreneur Michael Fabrizio. The band, dubbed, “genre-gypsies” pull from a plethora of inspirations including classical, country, rock, Americana, folk-rock as well as pop and hip-hop music. True Villains: True Villains is a no-nonsense rock 'n' roll band that was formed in Nashville, TN by guitarist Tim Venerosa and drummer Matt Carter. After several lineup changes, True Villains found their perfect cocktail of members after adding lead vocalist Beau Lastavich, bassist Barry Conaway, and keyboard player Greg Herndon to the lineup in the beginning of 2017. Tim, Matt, Greg, and Barry have been full-time sidemen for several years, but they needed to play the style music that brought them back to the reason they picked up an instrument in the first place. The result is True Villains, a high energy band that is reminiscent of the days when rock 'n' roll reigned supreme. True Villains are quickly making a name for themselves in the Nashville music scene due to their live show's raw, undeniable energy. The band is working everyday to bring rock 'n' roll back to the masses. Lewis Brice: With a sound rooted at the intersection of country, southern rock, and R&B, Lewis Brice comes at you with high-energy stories; sounds that catch the ear and make you want to move. Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, he grew up singing in church choir and praise bands. Lewis eventually moved to Charleston, where he began performing his first live shows and presenting his own music to a new crowd. The Lovers: Originally from Dayton, Ohio, Amanda June made her way down to Nashville to focus on her career as a singer, songwriter and develop her artistry. Amanda has been singing since she could talk and picked up the acoustic guitar around the age of 14. Influenced by Alison Krauss, Dixie Chicks and Sheryl Crow, she knew Nashville was where she needed to be and at 18 years young she took the leap. Amanda started playing as many shows and writers rounds around town as she made herself a familiar face. "Her music stands out among most contemporary country music in the sense that it's music with passion, soul and written from personal experience. With a down-to-earth sensibility and a smooth, sweet voice, Amanda's style blends perfectly with that of Cole Vosbury, a fellow artist who also heard Nashville calling his name."