With the rapidly growing pop movement in Nashville, Masha contributes a more organic approach with her newest single, Lessons, as Lightning 100’s Local Artist of the Week. The song was added into heavy rotation on 100.1 FM Monday, and will be available on iTunes and all streaming outlets on Friday, December 16th.
Lessons is one of the newest from Masha’s collection of songs produced by Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony from Weirdo Workshop – a label formed in 2014 by the multi Grammy-nominated duo.
“Lessons is an appropriate song to introduce Masha’s hauntingly unique sound to Nashville and beyond,” says Josh Livingstone from Nashville Underground Management.
His business partner Shawn Carnes adds, “She is indeed a special and compelling artist who has an amazing ability to connect with listeners.”
Masha has a country heart, a heavy metal soul, and a voice that resembles the hypnotic eye of a fierce hurricane. She began singing at age 11, and just a decade later, her haunting covers of popular radio singles were amassing millions of views on YouTube. Born in Latvia, raised in New Jersey, residing in Nashville, her list of musical influences is as long as her spirit is deep. This unique perspective, along with the strength and character of Masha’s voice, come together to make music that shocks, enchants, and inspires.
About Lightning 100 (WRLT – 100.1 FM)
Lightning 100, owned by Tuned In Broadcasting, Inc., has called Nashville “Home” for more than 26 years, and is currently the city’s longest running independently owned adult alternative radio station. They were recently voted “Best Rock/Pop Station” in the Nashville Scene Readers’ Poll for the 16th year in a row.
About Weirdo Workshop
Weirdo Workshop is a collective of innovative individuals driven to enrich humanity by servicing premium entertainment and well crafted experiences.
About NU Management
Nashville Underground Management was formed in 2013 with the goal of discovering and promoting hot young talent in Music City. The company is as real as the city that bares its name: fun, mildly unconventional, and rapidly growing in popularity.