Thursday, February 2nd, 2023
Relix & Summer Camp Music Festival Present

Summer Camp: On The Road Tour

Local artist competition ft. Nashville area artists

$15 ADV / DOS Get Tickets
Doors: 6:00 PM / Show: 7:00 PM 18+ Years
Summer Camp: On The Road Tour

Event Info

Venue Information:
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
925 3rd Avenue North
Nashville, Tennessee 37201


Jenny Teator
Keep The Eleven
Tommy P

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This event is 18+, unless accompanied by a parent or legal guardian. Valid government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No refunds will be issued for failure to produce proper identification.

This ticket is valid for standing room only, general admission. ADA accommodations are available day of show.

All support acts are subject to change without notice.

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Jenny Teator

Since she was a young girl in St. Louis, singing, songwriting and playing guitar has always found a way to shine through Jenny Teator, no matter what job she held or what adversities life threw at her. Throughout her undergraduate years as a health science major in Columbia, MO, she frontlined a band, performing at every venue in town, honing her performance skills. In early 2017, Jenny made the career altering decision to leave her health background behind to pursue a full time career in music and entertainment. That tenacious decision perfectly describes Jenny’s hunger to chase her passion which ultimately led her to Nashville, TN…and there was no turning back.
While settling into her life in Nashville, Jenny didn’t waste any time. She began playing a variety of historic venues throughout the city, such as The Bluebird Cafe, EXIT/IN, The Listening Room, 3rd & Lindsley and Whiskey Jam to name a few. She also took up a residency at BB King’s Blues Club, all while writing and recording her original music along the way. Her song “Daughter of the Devil” was featured in HBO’s “The Hype” and she’s had many placements on CBS’s “The Young and the Restless.” Her song “Whiskey With Me” led her to collaborations and performances with brands such as Jack Daniels, Bulleit Bourbon, George Dickel and more and the music video was premiered on CMT.
Often compared to the likes of Grace Potter and Elle King, Jenny Teator’s music is defined by uniquely soulful vocal melodies, a clever combination of blues, rock and country guitar riffs, and beats that make anyone dance. Jenny, a natural talent, can hold a crowd of thousands in the palm of her hand through her compelling storytelling in her original music and jamming out to a familiar favorite. 
Her list of superlatives continues to grow, sharing the stage with acts such as Hannah Wicklund, Cowboy Mouth, Restless Road and Candlebox with her full band, and traveling the country putting on acoustic house concerts along the way. “Music is therapy for me and so many people. If I can give value to others like that, my desire to make music will never fade.” Jenny thrives off the grind and never stops pushing forward. A natural love for entertaining epitomizes her passion and authenticity. 
 When asked what impact she intends to have on the music industry, Jenny simply responded, “break the mold.”..a hint for her album in the works in 2023. 

Keep The Eleven

"The band as a whole has a youthful, casual vibe while at the same time clearly taking things seriously and bringing some very entertaining chops to the table." Formed in 2019, Keep the Eleven is a three piece Rock trio from the Chicago suburbs, currently located in Nashville, TN. Commonly described as Garage Rock, but with many influences and not tied down to one category, their music is leading a brand-new resurgence of rock music that speaks to all generations. Keep the Eleven consists of William Laskey (Drums, production), Reece Bittner (Guitars, Vocals), and Adam Caruso (Bass guitar). All songs are written by the band.   
Keep the Eleven has performed roughly 70 shows since 2020, including the Belmont University Battle of the Bands to a crowd of over 3,000 that launched the bands career by creating a loyal Nashville fanbase, the Bitter Jester Music Festival in the Chicagoland that took place at Billy Corgan's popular venue/restaurant Madame Zuzu's, in which bassist Adam Caruso won MVP Bass for the festival,  Drop Tuned Entertainments "Sounds from Underground" Music Festival at the iconic Exit/In in downtown Nashville, and countless packed nights at clubs and venues around the Nashville area, including The End, DRKMTTR, The Cobra Lounge , The East Room, and more.  Their shows are known for being high energy that are perfect for dancing and moshing. They have created a solid following in both Chicago and Nashville in less than two years, and are growing more every day. 
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. 


Mosey was formed in early 2020 by friends Cole Mellen, Nick Riffle,
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.

Tommy P

Nashville based and Atlanta born - Tommy p has been mixing up the nashville scene with his eclectic style of bedroom rock music. 

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