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Kyshona | Tiffany Thompson

  July 27, 2024 7:30 PM

Doors Open: 6:30 PM

SEATED FLOOR ADVANCED / FLOOR WHOLE TABLE ADVANCED / VIP SEATED ADVANCED Public Onsale: May 28, 2024 6:16 PM to July 27, 2024 10:00 AM
with special guest Tiffany Thompson
July 27, 2024
Gas Hill Drinking Room
Doors: 6:30 PM | Show: 7:30 PM

Artist. Songwriter. Activist. Music Therapist. Community Connector. 

Kyshona lends her voice and music to those who feel silenced, forgotten or alone. She began her career as a music therapist, writing her first songs with patients -- students and inmates under her care. She became compelled to write independently and find her own voice, an endeavor which led her to the Nashville creative community and songwriting culture. Since then, she balances her music career with her passion to heal in community through her organization Your Song.

Kyshona’s new project LEGACY focuses on family. Through stories, photos, film, ancestry and genealogy research, and travels in the power of place, Kyshona shares her story while inviting listeners and concert goers to join her in exploration of self, healing and growth. The tour will kick off in early 2024 with various types of experiences including concerts, speaking event, workshops, and virtual meetings. The album will release in April 2024, with singles coming soon.

Over the last few years, in addition to three new original singles and multiple music videos, she released a collection of recordings and videos in collaboration with Centennial Park Conservancy - recorded at Nashville’s Parthenon, in front of a monumental sized gold statue of Athena. A song she wrote with ZG Smith called “Nighttime Animal” was named to American Songwriter’s Top 25 Songs of 2022 and enjoyed spins on AAA radio. She wrote an article for No Depression magazine, and was invited to speak at several events including giving a keynote address for 2023 Fulbright Scholars. She is featured in a 2023 PBS television show called "Ear to the Common Ground," gathering fans around a dining table to discuss voting rights in America, and she will be featured in an upcoming video series featuring Americana artists performing in the prestigious Schermerhorn Symphony Center Theater in Nashville.


* The Ramkat & Gas Hill Drinking Room are generally 18+ venues, but children under 18 years old can attend most shows when accompanied by a parent.
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