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Sean Nelson (of Harvey Danger)

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SEAN NELSON / TANYA MONTANA COE / ELECTRIC PEACH

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Sean Nelson

Sean Nelson, former frontman for Seattle's beloved alt-pop hitmakers Harvey Danger, has recently relocated from the Northwest to Nashville. In May 2019 he released Nelson Sings Nilsson, a stylized collection of Harry Nilsson classics and deep cuts, and rumor has it the long-awaited follow up to his critically acclaimed 2013 solo debut, "Make Good Choices," is on it's way.

Tanya Montana Coe

“I wasnʼt born with a silver spoon / Hard luck, itʼs nothing new” sings Tanya Montana Coe in the opening lines of the title track of her new album, Hide Your Emotion. As the daughter of infamous outlaw country legend, David Allan Coe, it would be easy to assume that Tanya has lived a charmed life, but in reality, she was raised by a struggling single mother of four and was forced to grow up fast. Only after Tanya had worked her way through college and into a lucrative career in financial accounting software, was she able to stop and take a moment to ask herself how she was feeling. After hiding her emotions for so many years, it hit her like a ton of bricks and ultimately led to her writing her own songs.

It wasn’t long before her songs reached Todd Snider who produced her early demos, and prominently featured Coe in his 2013 film “East Nashville Tonight.” By early 2014, Tanya was in the studio where Jack White produced Loretta Lynnʼs Grammy-winning, Van Lear Rose. Snider handed the production reins over to producer/multi-instrumentalist Shane Tutmarc who had been helping Tanya polish up the songs that became her debut album, Silver Bullet. With the help of a handful of friends, including Margo Price on backup vocals just a few months shy of her Third Man Records signing, Silver Bullet was ready to be heard. Tanyaʼs older brother, Tyler Mahan Coe, who is now shaking up the podcast world as the host of chart topping Cocaine and Rhinestones, released the album on his indie label, Thee Medea Complex, just before his podcast got off the ground.

In support of Silver Bullet, Coe shared bills with artists such as Julie Roberts, Jamey Johnson and fellow second generation outlaw Shooter Jennings, who also spun the album on his Sirius XM Electric Rodeo show. The album received radio play on Nashville’s Lightning 100 and Seattle’s influential KEXP, all while garnering hundreds of thousands of streams through prominent playlists on Spotify. Silver Bullet received accolades from music critics nationally and internationally upon its release and Tanya went on to perform music festivals around the mid-west and south. Despite all this good attention, Tanya was unsure if a career in music was for her.

All through this Tanya was also running Goodbuy Girls, a popular womenʼs boutique in the heart of East Nashville that she opened in 2010, and for the next couple years wondered if sheʼd make another record. Relocating to quiet Hendersonville, TN in Spring of 2017, with long-time companion and musical partner, Shane Tutmarc, they put a home studio together and slowly began woodshedding songs. In mid-2018, Coe released a pair of singles, Electric Blue and Damned, as a stop gap between records to let her followers know what she was cooking up.

With Hide Your Emotion, Coe has taken her song craft to new heights. It is a bold collection of songs, spanning multiple genres from folk and country to electronic-laced pop, but with an authenticity that the music world desperately needs. Songs such as Electric Blue and What Makes It Go Away spotlight Tanyaʼs love for cinematic pop-noir with heavy beats and dreamy guitars, while songs like Hometown and All Fucked Up, reveal that she hasnʼt lost any of her twang. Songs full of depth, but also full of melodic hooks, and ear candy that help these world-weary lyrics go down easy.

Electric Peach

If you're looking for a refreshing new sound check out Electric Peach. A mix of retro melodies with pop feels. Electric Peach was born in 2017 in Atlanta, GA.

Electric Peach is Kelly Klo on Vocals, Hayes Helsper on keys/vocals, and Raoul K on guitar/vocals.

Kelly met Hayes while writing songs with Raoul in the studio. For fun they started playing open mics around town and have been playing together ever since. Recently they ended up back in the studio working on a new song titled "Make Up My Mind" that will be featured on a National commercial set to start airing This Summer.

Kelly and Raoul have solo records in the works & Hayes AKA Man Underground, just released his first solo album titled “Couples Therapy”.

Quick Facts about the members:

After a 3 month cross country stint as tour manager for Savannah based Omingnome, Kelly had an epiphany and realized she would be the lead singer in her own band. The next month Kelly ran into music producer Jack Douglas while he was in town for the Savannah Film festival. Kelly was impressed with Jacks taste in music (Jack produced John Lennon). Ever since Jack has been a big inspiration and motivator in Kelly’s music career.

Raoul K is the former Blues guitarist with the Joe Kelly Band. He has been doing session work since leaving JKB and is ready for a change of scenery and excited to get back on the stage with Electric Peach.

Hayes of Man Underground & ZooHouse shares Kelly’s love of Beatles music and pop radio. Hayes lived in Nashville up until recently and got a lot of inspiration from the “Music City”. Hayes has an amazing talent for melody that is on par with the greats we all love.

The music is pretty diverse. Kelly has a very cool Amy Winehouse meets Cat Power Vibe, while Hayes’ style is kind of a mashup of The Beatles and The Lemon Twigs. Raoul is somewhere between Tom Petty and Cold Play with a slight country twang .

Stay tuned for Electric Peach’s upcoming shows!

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