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    Admission is free! Doors open at 7 p.m., show begins at 7:30 p.m.

    Leon Macjen
    From a young age, Leon was drawn to the power of storytelling through music, particularly the work of artists like Townes Van Zandt, John Prine, Bob Dylan, and Guy Clark. Since arriving in Nashville, Leon has continued to develop his unique blend of Americana, folk, and country music, drawing on his experiences and his love of the outdoors to craft songs that are both poignant and powerful. With his heartfelt lyrics, soulful voice, and deft guitar work, Leon has built a strong following in Music City and beyond. He is currently set to release three new singles starting on June 2nd, leading up to a full-length album in the Fall.

    Wheelwright brings a Southwestern sound of pop and grunge from the sprawling desert city of Phoenix, AZ. None of his songs are idealistic. With a "devil may care" spirit and a message of hope, frustration, and love, Wheelwright's music contrasts between worlds of wandering existentialism, the strife of modern relationships, and the shreds of hope that can be found in the darkest and most broken places of ourselves. His songs are self-admitting and allow listeners to meet him where they truthfully are.

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