Wed Aug 3 2016 - Mon Sep 19 2016

7:00 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

The High Watt

1 Cannery Row Nashville, TN 37203

$5 General Admission

Ages 18+

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Dozzi

http://dozzimusic.net/

Country music sweethearts, three sister trio, Dozzi, have been earning their stripes on the Australian music scene, while establishing a strong and loyal fan base. With their unique and charismatic sibling harmonies, Dozzi – Andrea, Jesse & Nina - have quickly become the name on many a music lover’s lips. The sisters won the Australian Country Music People’s Choice Award for Best Video (Love Away The Bad Days) and have been invited to perform the Australian National Anthem live on national television multiple times. Their current single in Australia has just topped The Hot Country Network All Australian Top 20 and Cool Country 2KA Charts at #1.

Triple Run

http://triplerunmusic.com/

The Bass Brothers

http://www.bassbrothersmusic.com/

Producer David Huff jokes that London act, The Bass Brothers are the 2016 “British Invasion” of Nashville. The journey that led Nate, Mark and Kieran to Nashville is a long one, full of peaks and valleys. When the middle Bass, Mark, was only 11-years old, it became evident to industry insiders that he was a child prodigy.  Before a sold out crowd in London’s Wembly arena,  judges Eric Clapton, Steve Vai and Brian May awarded him the title of “Young Guitarist of the Year” and an endorsement from Fender.  Very soon after, his equally talented brothers, Nate and Kieran joined him on bass and drums. The pure magic of their vocals, fueled by what can only be described as sibling connection, gave birth to the trio. Fourteen different labels immediately pursued the brothers, called Next Of Kin at the time. The winner of the bidding war was Universal, and their career began.

DOZZI with Triple Run and The Bass Brothers

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    Country music sweethearts, three sister trio, Dozzi, have been earning their stripes on the Australian music scene, while establishing a strong and loyal fan base.

    With their unique and charismatic sibling harmonies, Dozzi – Andrea, Jesse & Nina – have quickly become the name on many a music lover’s lips.

    The sisters won the Australian Country Music People’s Choice Award for Best Video (Love Away The Bad Days) and have been invited to perform the Australian National Anthem live on national television multiple times. Their current single in Australia has just topped The Hot Country Network All Australian Top 20 and Cool Country 2KA Charts at #1.

    In the past year, Dozzi’s self released EP, ‘This Time’ has generated three singles and videos which have all received heavy rotation on CMC.

    Now that these three beautiful blonde siblings have established their foundation Downunder, they have teamed up with U.S. based production and writing teams behind Rhianna, Beyoncé, Billy Ray Cyrus, Laura Bell-Bundy, Pink and Christina Aguilera to export their unique country sound into larger markets.

    Their soaring three part harmonies, catchy melodies and high energy performances, guarantee an exciting and memorable live music experience!

  • Triple Run

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  • The Bass Brothers

    The Bass Brothers

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    Producer David Huff jokes that London act, The Bass Brothers are the 2016 “British Invasion” of Nashville.
     
    “I have been doing this awhile and when I heard them sing, I knew we had to get them to Nashville.” Huff goes on to divulge that he quickly played what he heard for his brother, Nashville mega producer Dann Huff. “The talent is so immense and the harmonies are so rich, it is just undeniable,” Dann said while remembering their own band, Giant. “I love making music with my brother, so we totally get them on that level.”
     
    The journey that led Nate, Mark and Kieran to Nashville is a long one, full of peaks and valleys. When the middle Bass, Mark, was only 11-years old, it became evident to industry insiders that he was a child prodigy.  Before a sold out crowd in London’s Wembly arena,  judges Eric Clapton, Steve Vai and Brian May awarded him the title of “Young Guitarist of the Year” and an endorsement from Fender.  Very soon after, his equally talented brothers, Nate and Kieran joined him on bass and drums. The pure magic of their vocals, fueled by what can only be described as sibling connection, gave birth to the trio. Fourteen different labels immediately pursued the brothers, called Next Of Kin at the time. The winner of the bidding war was Universal, and their career began.
     
    In 1999, they embarked on the “Smash Hits Tour” through Europe with Britney Spears, Backstreet Boys and The Spice Girls. The next 13 years was a whirlwind of tours, recording and praise, from the likes of Simon Cowell and Sharon Osbourne on the show the X Factor.
     
    “I think the X-Factor served as the re-launch of our career as adults not children,” said the eldest, Nate. “It was also the time that the three of us looked at each other and voiced what we really wanted for our career, and that was to work in the country music world.” Nate goes on to say, that it was at this time that they realized the magic in their harmonies. “There is nothing like trying to showcase all three of our vocals in 2 minutes on the show!  It made us learn that we could harmonize and get it all in there…. together!”
     
    Nashville seemed so far from London, but they found that nothing is impossible, when you have the Huffs involved.  “Nashville has been so welcoming and supportive,” said Mark. “We recorded at Reba’s studio and Martina McBride’s studio. We thought that being from London might be a barrier, but we are finding there is genuine excitement about the fact that country music is so loved globally.”
     
    David Huff promises the end is near on the wait for the anxiously anticipated EP of 5 songs penned by the cream of the crop of Nashville songwriters.  “I am just in awe of the songwriting talent that we have witnessed here in Nashville,” said the youngest of the bunch, Kieran. “When we started taking listening meetings with our producers, we knew we were right where we belong, here in Nashville.”

DOZZI with Triple Run and The Bass Brothers

Wed Aug 3 2016 7:00 PM - Mon Sep 19 2016

(Doors 6:00 PM)

The High Watt Nashville TN
DOZZI with Triple Run and The Bass Brothers
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$5 General Admission Ages 18+

Dozzi

http://dozzimusic.net/

Country music sweethearts, three sister trio, Dozzi, have been earning their stripes on the Australian music scene, while establishing a strong and loyal fan base. With their unique and charismatic sibling harmonies, Dozzi – Andrea, Jesse & Nina - have quickly become the name on many a music lover’s lips. The sisters won the Australian Country Music People’s Choice Award for Best Video (Love Away The Bad Days) and have been invited to perform the Australian National Anthem live on national television multiple times. Their current single in Australia has just topped The Hot Country Network All Australian Top 20 and Cool Country 2KA Charts at #1.

Triple Run

http://triplerunmusic.com/

The Bass Brothers

http://www.bassbrothersmusic.com/

Producer David Huff jokes that London act, The Bass Brothers are the 2016 “British Invasion” of Nashville. The journey that led Nate, Mark and Kieran to Nashville is a long one, full of peaks and valleys. When the middle Bass, Mark, was only 11-years old, it became evident to industry insiders that he was a child prodigy.  Before a sold out crowd in London’s Wembly arena,  judges Eric Clapton, Steve Vai and Brian May awarded him the title of “Young Guitarist of the Year” and an endorsement from Fender.  Very soon after, his equally talented brothers, Nate and Kieran joined him on bass and drums. The pure magic of their vocals, fueled by what can only be described as sibling connection, gave birth to the trio. Fourteen different labels immediately pursued the brothers, called Next Of Kin at the time. The winner of the bidding war was Universal, and their career began.