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Seratones on Skydeck | Free

Apr 4th

08:00pm

Free RSVP
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Head up to Skydeck, Nashville’s Largest Rooftop, for brash and soulful R&B-infused rock by Seratones.

Shake up your Monday night with this effervescent performance of rollicking rock & roll with influences of blues and soul.

Grab dinner and drinks at Assembly Hall on Level 2 with 30+ eateries and bars to choose from.

Doors: 7pm

Showtime: 8pm

The Skydeck on Broadway is Located on Level 3 of Assembly Hall in the Fifth & Broadway development.

General Admission is first come first served and does not guarantee access to the venue.

No outside food or drinks are permitted.

ABOUT SERATONES

“Revolution is not a one time event.”

Those words of Black feminist icon and poet warrior Audre Lorde’s resonate strongly with A.J. Haynes. Whether in her capacity as the frontwoman of the Shreveport, Louisiana-based funk-soul-rock group Seratones or as a reproductive rights advocate, Haynes knows well that no singular revolution or simple linear narrative can contain the true strength of revolution—the kind of complex, disruptive, personal revolutions that can open transformative portals to a better future. And on Seratones’ forthcoming third album, Love & Algorhythms (due April 29nd via New West Records), Haynes foregrounds the joyful struggle to find pleasure in a world designed to destroy you. “This is a protest album built on the form of protest I’m most interested in at this moment: getting present and sitting through difficult things with abundant joy,” Haynes says.

Love & Algorhythms emerges from a duality of desire: urging the listener to start repairing their world and being a part of that artful change itself. The celestial burst of lead single “Good Day” signals that arrival, Haynes’ thrilling falsetto lifting to the skies on a neon flutter. “Do you really want to get better?/ Do you really want to get well?” she sings, Travis Stewart’s super ball bass line bouncing through the mix. Written in part as homage to novelist Toni Cade Bambara, the track blends Black gospel vocals and polyrhythms with roots spread throughout the African diaspora to produce an effervescent immediacy.

Event Dates

Apr 04

Seratones on Skydeck | Free

Mon, April 4th 8:00pm

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