[TICKET GIVEAWAY] Coco Hames w/ Pujol, Little Bandit, & Joshua Hedley | June 13 @ The Basement East

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You may know Coco Hames as a member of the underground garage rock trio The Ettes. But the former Nashville mainstay, who now calls Memphis home, is back with a new retro-inspired sound that’s perfect for your summer playlists. She’ll return home to play a headlining show at The Basement East on June 13 to celebrate the release of her new album, and she’s recruited an array of the city’s best talents for support. Punk rock staple Pujol, stylized country group Little Bandit, and local country traditionalist Joshua Hedley will all be on deck for this stellar night of local music. Tickets are still available here, but we’re also giving away a pair of tickets to one lucky fan! Read on to learn more about the show and enter for your chance to win!

COCO HAMES

Ten years ago, Coco Hames was still rocking and rolling alongside her two bandmates in the garage rock group The Ettes. The band parted ways in 2011, and gave Hames the opportunity to explore a new season of life while evolving her own sound. The result of that period is her first self-titled solo LP, which blossomed from the ups and downs of a past relationship. Instead of the edgy, grittier sound of the underground, Hames opted to move into the territory that ’60s pop singers like Dusty Springfield and Patsy Cline first blazed. The result is a reflective, hopeful and honest project that features all-star players like The Raconteurs bassist Jack Lawrence and The Whigs drummer Julian Dorio. If you’re looking for the perfect soundtrack to you summer, Coco Hames has it ready and waiting.

PUJOL

We’ve sung the praises of local DIY punk rocker Daniel Pujol, (a.k.a. Pujol) for years now. Over the years, he’s supplied hard-hitting and energetic performances while showing off his incredible songwriting sensibilities. Last year’s EP, KISSES, showed off a new level of poetic artistry that mixes ’80s pop and psychedelia flawlessly alongside elements of classic and punk rock. And that’s no easy task. If you’ve never seen a Pujol show, you’re missing out on one of the best examples of what makes Nashville a musical melting pot like no other.

LITTLE BANDIT

A collection of some of Nashville’s best players, Little Bandit are a project that came together despite a myriad of busy schedules. Lead vocalist Alex Carass also plays in Adia Victoria’s band, while bassist Kevin Black and Luke Schneider are often playing alongside Margo Price. But their talents finally merged for their debut LP Breakfast Alone, a captivating project that splices traditional country themes with experimental and theatrical elements. Check out their video for “Best of Bad Luck” below, which was shot in East Nashville’s own Edgefield Bar & Grill.

JOSHUA HEDLEY

A longtime fixture of Robert’s Western World and of East Nashville’s country traditionalists, Joshua Hedley has made waves with his unmistakable voice. He was also a focus of the  2015 documentary film Heartworn Highways Revisited, which explores how the Nashville songwriting community evolved since the heyday of Guy and Susanna Clark and their closely-knit group of musical talents in the mid-1970s. His songs are impassioned and full of true honky-tonk themes, from love and lust to loss and sorrowful heartbreak.

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ENTER TO WIN TICKETS

Enter to win tickets by filling out the form below. Must be 21+ to attend. After you have entered, there will be the option to share this contest via social media. For each person that you refer to the contest, you will receive an additional entry. If you experience any trouble with the contest widget, or have any questions, feel free to email us at contests@nocountryfornewnashville.com.

Winner will be announced Thursday, June 8 at 1 p.m. CDT, and will receive one pair of tickets. Good luck!

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Coco Hames, Pujol, Little Bandit, and Joshua Hedley will perform Tuesday, June 13 at The Basement East. The show is 21+, begins at 8 p.m. (doors at 7 p.m.), and tickets are available to purchase for $7-10.

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