Summer Camp: On The Road Tour
Local artist competition ft. Nashville area artists
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
Keep The Eleven
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Summer Camp Festival
Keep The Eleven
The band is currently maintaining a consistent gigging schedule in Nashville while working on bringing to life their next project.
"Everybody's dancing, y'all — it's about that time," Allen Thompson sings during the first minute of LadyCouch's Future Looks Fine, setting the tone for a debut album rooted in groove, soul, and the family-like bond of 12 musicians.
A southern-rock jam band fronted by Thompson and co-founder Keshia Bailey, LadyCouch brings together a lineup of songwriters, horn players, harmony singers, and first-rate instrumentalists. The result is a larger-than-life sound inspired by the revue bands of the 1970s, bringing a contemporary approach to the timeless influence of Delaney & Bonnie, Little Feat, and Joe Cocker's Mad Dogs & Englishmen. Funky and fiercely loyal, LadyCouch's members are a community unto themselves, writing optimistic songs about the struggles and triumphs that connect us all.
and Hunter Edwards as an outlet to combine their diverse musical
ambitions. Using bluesy, groove based improvisations as a proper base,
Mosey touches on psych rock, funk, jazz, and soul with the commitment
to discovering something new and at times, obscure. As of late 2022, the
band has welcomed Jimmy Lopez as percussionist, further expanding the
rhythmic possibilities for the quartet.