Lipstick With Denman, Hannah Fairlight, And Rudrani Devi

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$5 / Age 18 And Up

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Lipstick is theatrical rock act based in Nashville, TN. Combining the stage antics of Kiss, the technical prowess of Rush, and the pop hooks of The Beatles, Lipstick is staged to become the next great rock band of our generation.DenmanFormed in the spring of 2016 by brothers Ben, and Dakota Denman, recent Nashville transplants who had a vision: to take theNashville music scene by storm, with hard rock/ heavy metal songs penned by the two, that are well written, raw and full of attitude. With influences such as Metallica, Motley Crue, and the mighty Van Halen, they'll put on a show full of energy that takes you back in time. Their sound is rounded out by the Swedish heavy hitter on drums, Ted Karol, and fellow Nashville Hard Rocker, Clint Richardson on bass. With guitar solos that will take you up to the stratosphere, These guys mean business, and will be a Live act to die for in the Nashville Area live music scene.Hannah Fairlight's new in Nashville? Not country. Not even rock. In fact, it's something completely different and hard to categorize.Hannah Fairlight - a no-name Midwestern girl turned TV-personality and original music pioneer - is busy paving a Bright Future in Music City.With one self-produced EP echoing Jack White's raw rock sound, a Joan Jett cover released by Univseral Big Machine, a full season starring on a prime-time reality TV show, AND an about-to-drop EP produced by legendary rock producer Michael Wagener (Alice Cooper, Ozzy Osborne, Motley Crue) all under her belt, Fairlight is anything but tiptoeing around since her move to Nashvegas from New York City less than two years ago."I needed somewhere smaller [than NYC] to build and hone my craft. And to stand out," says Fairlight, who played her first ever show at notorious punk club CBGB, and features electric guitar and saxophone solos over Fender Rhodes loops in her live shows among other surprises and tricks. "People always ask me what genre my music is. I never know how to respond," says the Bowie-and-Patti Smith-inspired young rocker. "I like to take risks and keep it interesting, for me and for the audience."And interesting she has kept it. After snagging Ryan Adams' old rhythm section (Brad Pemberton and Billy Mercer) for her band, and capturing the attention of world-renowned rock producer Michael Wagener while singing a Led Zeppelin song at weekly Nashville rock show Thee Rock N Roll Residency hosted by guitarist Jeremy Asbrock, Fairlight is out to create an entirely new musical playing field.
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