The trio of veteran Nashville musicians who make up the band Elle Macho – that’s E-L-L-E Macho – used to have individual label deals. Now they’ve gone independent and joined forces, hoping to rediscover a sense of fun in a city that takes its music very seriously. They’ve chronicled the band’s birth in a series of web videos lampooning their inaugural tour. The trio wants to recapture the feeling of being a new band in a world where everything seems possible. WPLN’s Kim Green has this story.
By: Kim Green
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