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Tune in each Saturday at noon central on WFMC Jams for a new broadcast week of Eye On Jamz with Host Tim Board -- powered by ION Indie Magazine. Tim features all genres of the hottest indie music you’ve never heard -- straight from the pages of ION Indie Magazine, plus selections from direct submissions.  Eye on Jamz, along with ION Indie Magazine, works to promote indie music and the artists creating the music.

This Saturday another great line up of music featuring:  Hybrid Blues, Dizzy Box Nine, Magnolia Bayou, Madam Radar, Ethan Gold, Avon Park Band, Zero Theorem, Major Moment, A Light Divided, The Petal Falls, Emma Jane, Finding Georgia, Anthony Gomes, Blonde Diamond, and  Amber Wildling Stone!


ION Indie Magazine

ION Indie Magazine is a global initiative of journalists, photojournalists, and industry professionals that donate their time and talent to promote independent music of all genres. Our publication partners with broadcasters and others to raise awareness for the independent movement; both through the written word and broadcast. Collaboratively, we work to provide a forum to spotlight and support local music…worldwide. We get independent music read about, seen, and heard!



Grinder House Coffee Shop is an intimate live music "Listening Room",  focused on showcasing and promoting the artist, singer songwriters. "It all begins with the Song"

Born in Uniontown, Pennsylvania, this singer/songwriter grew up listening to Merle Haggard, George Jones, Hank Williams and Marty Robbins. In the early eighties, Spiker formed a country group called L-Passo. The band toured throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, Ohio and Virginia. During this time, Spiker also performed at various jamborees, including Jamboree USA. While there he worked with Loretta Lynn, Bill Anderson and Marty Robbins. In the early nineties, Spiker decided to pursue songwriting full-time and relocated to a suburb of Nashville. He hooked up with fellow songwriters, including Keith Norris and Karen Pendley. He also has songs recorded by Barry Lee White among others. In 2001, Spiker entered the studio to record his debut album. The album, My Future Ain't What It Used To Be, was released in July 2002.

photo_740975129438987.jpg The Grinder House is affiliated with "Nashville Songwriters Radio Network". This is a syndication of internet and FM radio stations dedicated to promoting and show casing Singer Songwriters from around the globe. The Grinder House "In the House" live show is broadcast live  every Friday night  from 6 pm to 8 pm Central Time USA. More than 55 countries around the world listen every Friday Night on WFMC Jams.  The Grinder House has grown to become the downtown mecca. A place as diverse as the guest who share the experience and the difference found at the Grinder House.  Upscale coffee house and made to order restaurant during the week, and transformed to a premier “Live” acoustic Listen Room every Friday Night with the “In the House” International Singer Songwriter Show.




Russ and Friends Weekend Kickoff Show at Belcourt Taps features original Songwriters performing their songs at the world famous Belcourt Taps in Nashville, Tennessee every Friday from 5 to7pm central.  The event is recorded and can be heard on Thursdays from 5 to 7pm on WFMC Jams by clicking the "Listen Live" link at the top of this page. 


This week's show features Russ LacasseJacyee Lynne and Zhaklina, Donna FrostAmanda Page Cornett, and Andrew Millsaps.




Russ Lacasse was born and raised in Southern New England. He resided in Maine after high school, and now shares his time between Santa Claus, AZ and Nashville.

Lacasse's love of songwriting took a serious turn at the Martha's Vineyard Songwriter's Festival in 2016, when the panel of hit writers favorably critiqued his song '9 Millionth Time'. One of those hit writers suggested that Lacasse make the move to Nashville to grow as a writer with his peers.

Living in Nashville since October 2016, Lacasse has had multiple songs held by artists and publishers for consideration. He has penned five cuts by other artists, including two by Cash Creek and one by Laura Rabell, all due for release in 2019 and 2020. The two songs on the Cask Creek album were Grammy-recommended. He was nominated for song of the year in the traditional country category for his song 'I Close My Eyes', co-written with Tiffany Gassett, by the Tennessee Songwriters Association International, in 2019 & 2020.

While working for a major cut, Lacasse shares the song pitch process and connections with his friends to get their songs heard.

Lacasse has hosted a songwriters’s show, Russ & Friends Weekend Kickoff Show at Belcourt Taps in Nashville for the past two and a half years. His show is recorded and broadcast worldwide on WFMC Internet Radio to over 54 countries every Thursday, from 5-7pm CST. Lacasse also hosts events for ‘Tennessee Songwriter’s Association International’. Coming soon, he will be hosting events at the Texas Troubadour Theatre and Music City Bar & Grill, located near Opryland.

Lacasse holds the lead role of an upcoming reality show, “A Songwriter’s Life”, premiering on Nashville Country Television Network and to be streamed on major video platforms. He has been mentioned in multiple magazine articles including Music City Nashville, American Songwriter, and Nashville Country Music Magazine.

The ‘Russ & Friends’ show has opened a door internationally for his first record, 'Tender' aired in Germany and the Netherlands. This live version, recorded-mixed-mastered by Michael Scalia, debuted on Ringgold Georgia’s WAAK’s indie chart with Phil Kranz at #3 before it reached #1. His debut single, "Listen to the Corn Grow" will be released to all major music retailers in September 2020, with his debut EP "3 Minute Movies" soon to follow.

When not playing out, you can find Russ cheering his friends on at local venues in Nashville.

If you'd like to keep up to date, listen to new songs, or contact Russ, find him on social media platforms.


Image may contain: plant and outdoor A unique dining, drink and intimate live music experience located in the heart of Music City's "Hillsboro Village" in Nashville, Tennessee.

Taps offers you an array of brews and the best stuffed burgers in Nashville! You can try one of our 5 signature stuffed burgers, or build your own with numerous ingredients, while sipping on local craft brews. Our patio is dog friendly for our 4 legged guests. Be sure to check out our online calendar at Belcourttaps.Com for live music performance schedules.
For musical bookings, please email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Follow us on Twitter @Belcourt taps for unannounced shows and specials. (Taps is a Wagon Wheel free establishment*)

Live From Nash House

September 30, 2020

"Live From NashHouse" presents two hours of variety of songwriters and performers of original music each week.  Shows are recorded live from Nash House Southern Spoon & Saloon, located within walking distance from the Music City Center, Bridgestone Arena, and the JW Marriott and Cambria hotels.  You can listen to Live from NashHouse every Wednesday from 8-10pm Central on WFMC Jams by clicking the "Listen Live" link at the top of the page!

This week's show features Haleigh Martin and Wesley Davis.  Listen to "Live from Nash House" Wednesdays at 8pm Central on WFMC Jams by clicking the "Listen Live" at the top of the page.


Haleigh Martin is currently pursuing a career as a popular and progressive country music artist and songwriter. Her sound is described as country with a bluesy, soulful twist and a touch of jazz influence. Her personal style is very strong, classy, confident, and inviting. Her long, naturally curly hair (something that took her years to embrace) is now the focus of her images and merchandise. She began writing songs at 12 years old, has been singing for as long as she can remember, and began playing the guitar at age 7. Now, at the age of 23, Haleigh has independently released 3 singles, a self-produced and self-written album called “Manpower”, and has moved to Nashville to continue performing and making music.



Raised around the healing springs of Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee, Wesley cultivated a widespread and eclectic love for music.  Red Boiling Springs was the perfect background for Wesley to grow up in. His parents, who are still married, loved and supported him and his sister. His father was a dedicated southern rock guitarist and by age 9, Wesley was learning chords and developing finger blisters from attempting Ed King (Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) licks.  A couple years later, he started covering songs by some of his favorites like Phillip Phillips and Blake Shelton. He tried his hand at writing at 14, and his parents encouraged him to pursue music and drove him around to gigs at local hotels and talent shows in Red Boiling Springs. He had caught the bug.


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About Nash House Southern Spoon & Saloon:

From the moment you walk into NashHouse Southern Spoon and Saloon, you’ll feel the comfortable atmosphere we’ve created to provide you with a casual, entertaining dining experience.

Reclaimed windows and wood, hand-painted murals, and steam punk lighting all contribute to our “countrypolitan” environment, and it’s all here to make you feel at home.
“Our Goal is to capture the fun and excitement of dining in downtown Nashville, with the high quality and creativity that will please local diners, too,” says proprietor and long-time Nashville restauranteur Kelly Black. “After nearly twenty years as local operators, we’ve culminated the best menu creations and hospitality practices to make NashHouse our ‘greatest hits’ establishment.”
Stop by today for our new south cuisine, to grab a bite and a beverage after the concert or game, or simply to unwind with one of our signature cocktails after a long day at the office. Feel free to challenge your friends to a game on our vintage Elvis Presley pinball machine.
We’ve gone to great lengths and spared no expense when it comes to entertainment at NashHouse. Our state-of-the-art audio system is designed to provide maximum enjoyment of our nightly live music. Our seventeen-foot, high definition video wall makes us the premiere destination for you and your friends to catch all the Predators and Titans games!
We’re conveniently located within walking distance from our neighbors at the Music City Center, Bridgestone Arena, and the JW Marriott and Cambria hotels. Avoid the stress of Nashville parking when you enjoy our complimentary two-hour valet parking, too!
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