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Pink Dino has had the opportunity to work with so many talented artists in Nashville. Contact us to learn more about these artists and book them for your next event!



Twenty-one-year-old Nashville, TN-based folk singer and songster Joshua Quimby is paving his own, fresh path within Americana music. Originally hailing from a small town in northern Connecticut, Joshua blends his New England roots with the sound and energy of traditional folk and country music, making for distinctly unique and genuine material. Idolizing timeless songwriters the likes of Johnny Cash, Bob Dylan, and Hank Williams Sr., Joshua writes tunes that are rustic and raw, tried and true. Equipped with a powerful voice and his trusty guitar, Joshua has many stories to tell.



22-year old Folk Rock artist, Abigail Douglas is a Nashville based classic rock lover with influences such as Noah Gundersen, Jason Isbell, and Neil Young. She has been writing since age 11. Her debut album “Caught Up In The Grey” hit the Alt Rock radio waves of Alabama at the early age of 16. Cutting her teeth into the Montgomery live music scene, she moved to Nashville. Her latest album “Love & Mercy” is out now!



Steeped in the tradition of country and folk music, with a distinctly contemporary, cinematic edge, Stefanie Joyce’s songs tell stories in images as much as sounds, weaving tightly crafted tales of sin, redemption, and everything in between. Stefanie grew up in British Columbia and moved to Nashville in 2017. After four years of penning songs for other artists (such as Mary-Heather Hickman's viral hits "Baptist Parking Lot" and "Treasure"), she decided to embark on her own artist project, a rootsy, edgy collection of songs inspired by her love of classic country storytelling, red-dirt music, and a propensity to write things that "make people uncomfortable."



Open Casket Wedding is a hard rock/melodic metalcore band from Nashville, TN. 
 Zach Britt {drums} Carlos Chavez {rhythm guitar} Dylan Hawkins {vocals, synths} Thomas Martin {lead guitar} Grace Patrick {bass}
 May you be alive or dead, welcome to the chapel.



Dry Campus is an indie southern rock band. Childhood friends Luke Davis and Ben Vanderlaan had played in bands together since early high school and both attended Belmont University to pursue a career in the music business. After completing the ensemble, the band began to play small clubs and house shows around the Nashville area. Their performances are notably welcoming and energetic, which reflects the personalities of the band members themselves.



Daisy Sellas was born and raised on a ranch in Southern California, a sage-brush- and cattle-filled desert paradise just a few miles from the Pacific Ocean. Because of this, her musical roots lay firmly grounded in traditional cowboy music, but she gains inspiration from country music as well as classic rock. She started playing guitar and writing songs when she was nine years old, and has written over 200 songs in her lifetime. With influences ranging from the Rolling Stones to David Bowie, Taylor Swift to Patsy Cline and Cody Jinks to Kacey Musgraves, her lyrics and melodies are honest, smooth, easy on the ear and simply complex. Today she resides in Nashville, Tennessee, where she often plays shows and writers rounds around town in addition to many gigs back home in California and Idaho.

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