September 23-29, 2018
Tuesday, September 25
5:30 PM - 7:30 PM
Tuesday, September 25, 2018
Doors 5:30 pm - Workshop 6 - 7:30 pm
Bring your Cell Phone and join us for this hands on interactive tutorial on all things Instagram.
We’ll go beyond the regular posts, and spend majority of the time on how to utilize the Insta-story features including: how to create an insta story, how to tag people, how to add a location, hashtags, gif’s, emojis, filters, and so much more.
Trina will also discuss creative ways to engage your audience using these features and share some of her favorite editing apps.
HOME Members only. Be sure to reserve your appointment before they fill up.
EVERY FRIDAY at HOME
9 - 11 am
Improving Nashville's music industry one breakfast at a time. Weekly casual meetup / hangout of musicians, label owners, bookers, publicists, mixers, engineers and bloggers -- aiming to share knowledge, network and strengthen the music industry. (all genres welcome!) Attendees talk about actions we can take to help Nashville become a place where musicians and industry professionals can make money doing what they love: music.
Balanced Breakfast was started by Andy Freeman & Stefan Aronsen in San Francisco with the goal to help the music industry become more viable. BB is growing quickly across the country - 16 cities and counting! Check out these links for more information: Balance Breakfast Website - Balanced Breakfast Facebook
HOME SPOTLIGHT: Simon Tam
Musician, Activist, Business savvy, and more, Simon Tam holds the key for social change through music.
Past Homie Spotlights
Missed the last few spotlight? No worries, click below to read about your fellow Homies. We'll feature one new Homie each week, and you can catch up on past spotlights through the link below.
We want to know more about all of you, your music, your work, your company, current projects etc. If you'd like to be a featured HOMIE, please click HERE to let us know and we'll contact you soon for an interview.
Ariel Posen live at H.O.M.E. $12 Tickets.
Doors: 7 pm
Patrick Nehoda: 7:30 pm
Ariel Posen: 8:30 pm
Singer/songwriter. Internationally-renowned guitarist. Producer. Solo artist. Member of the Juno Award-winning band, The Bros. Landreth.
A lifelong musician, there are few roles Ariel Posen hasn't played.
Although born in Winnipeg, Posen spent much of his childhood on the road, traveling from show to show with his musician parents. He began playing guitar at 9 years old, kicking off a career that eventually found him traveling the globe for his own gigs, including shows as a member of the roots-rock band, The Bros. Landreth. The group built its audience on the road, opening for Bonnie Raitt one minute and performing with John Oates the next. Not long after winning a Juno Award for their debut album, Let it Lie, they began working on a follow-up record. Coincidentally, they chose the same studio in which a young Posen used to watch his parents record their own albums.
An all-star instrumentalist, Posen's guitar playing has attracted attention outside of the band, as well. His soulful slide work, use of open tunings, and improvisational approach to the instrument are on full display in the online videos he's recorded for the UK-based, Andertons Music Company. In addition to leading guitar workshops and clinics, he's become a sought-after sideman, co-writer and producer for multiple artists, leaving his mark on numerous genres — including country, blues, rock, pop, jazz, and folk — in the process.
A similarly diverse thread runs through Posen's own work as a solo artist. He's an autobiographical songwriter, exploring the sounds he was raised on — including rootsy blues and R&B — while making room for influences like The Beatles, Jimmie Vaughan, Prince, Steve Wonder, and Bill Withers to name a few.