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The 3:6Teen Band Joins the Tuesday Night Party in Nashville

by Rich and Laura Lynch

What happens when you put 316 into 404? Well, the mathematical answer is something less than one. But, when the act known as 3:6Teen made their debut at the Tuesday night Javelyn hosted event on December 29, 2020 at the 404 Bar and Grill in Nashville, Tennessee it all added up to one incredible night that won't soon be forgotten.


Rockin' Rich Lynch got the ball rolling with 3:6Teen adding the jam.

The evening's host began this series back in June under difficult conditions that have impacted all bars and restaurants in the region. But, by consistently booking her weekly "Java with Javelyn Open Mic, Poker and Networking" nights she has shown amazing resilience and determination to grow this gathering into one of the more entertaining evenings currently taking place in Nashville. With the addition of a live backing band, a competitive card tournament and a new Keno machine from the Tennessee Lottery there is something for everyone happening just a few miles outside of the downtown.


The world premiere of "80 Days Around the World" was an early highlight.

Javelyn opened the show on ukulele and returned with a closing number on piano. She served as host and gave away prizes throughout the night and soon she turned the stage over to the 3:6Teen band - a quality group of local musicians led by Kevin Cory rooted in soul and rock who displayed their skills on a three song set of impressive and expressive covers including "Superstition" by Stevie Wonder, Bill Withers' "Ain't No Sunshine" and "In the Air Tonight" by Phil Collins.


Javelyn excelled with the big sound provided by the backing band.

MCN's very own Rockin' Rich Lynch had the extreme honor of being the first act to employ the use of seasoned musicians. After a simple introduction of key and chords our serious songwriter offered up two timely tracks including the brand new "80 Days Around the World" which was his reflective and repetitive rumination on the ongoing global lockdown that has brought life, commerce and the music industry to its knees across the planet.


Kevin Cory from 3:6Teen was the competent and confident leader of the band.

More surprises were in store on this night. Rebecca Lynne was a cute transplant from New Jersey who offered up a breakup song before revealing that she was a victim of the recent bombing on 2nd Avenue that destroyed the restaurant she worked at. The mysterious Harris asked the band back on stage as he took his seat behind the keyboard to play a couple of energetic and funky numbers that elevated the proceedings to new heights.


Harris, Rebecca Lynne, Marilyn Ma'at and Mel impressed at the 404 Bar.

Another standout was Marilyn Ma'at - a singer/songwriter and recording artist who stood at the keyboard as she delivered her convincing pair of tunes that are soon to be released. With additional acts Mel, Chorder and Nola Goddess - this evening really had it all. The musical selections ranged from political rock, folk-heavy love songs and even a few artists showing off their slam poetry presentations. Come on back y'all next Tuesday to see what Javelyn and her talented friends have in store for you as the New Year unfolds in Nashville.


Chorder and Nola Goddess provided more memories from the Tuesday night party.

Related Links: For more information on the 3:6TEEN BAND and the other organizations mentioned please visit the following links - 3:6Teen Band | Javelyn | Kevin Cory | Rockin' Rich Lynch | Rebecca Lynne | Marilyn Ma'at | Chorder | 404 Bar & Grill

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