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Meet Shirley the Magic Bus! 
 
Going mobile with Rock-n-Boho has been a dream of mine since I launched the brand in 2018. In her past life she was a school bus,  RV and a vintage clothing boutique.  I named the bus Shirley after my Mom, my fashion muse, shopping partner and biggest cheerleader. Sadly my Mom passed away before I decided to take this leap. The loss of my Mom motivated me to make many life changes, to live life with reckless optimism and to go after my dreams. The bus has a funky 70's vibe with unique balance between boho, glam and dirty Rock-n-Roll. I look forward to having you on the bus! 
 
Peace, Love & Rock-n-Boho 
Michelle
 
Book a private shopping experience 

​We are available for private parties, girls night out,  bachelorette parties, charity events ect

​Here’s the scoop:

Parties can be booked any day of the week in 2 hour increments.

The cost to book the bus is $250 for 2 hours

Minimum of 4 guests

Deposit of 100.00 required to book that is applied towards the booking fee. Deposit is non refundable if the event is cancelled with less than 48 hours notice.

Host/Bride will receive 15% off of their purchase (must be used at the time of the party.)Must have a driveway or large enough space to fit our 25 foot bus

To Book the bus or if you have any questions email Rocknbohoco@gmail.com
 

Pop Up Markets: 

 

Donut Distillery  

311 Gallatin Ave Nashville 

May 28th 11-3pm

Shop local vendors Vintage, Art Fashion & Clothing 

 

Moxy Vanderbelt

June 4th 3 to 6pm 

1911 Belcourt Ave, Nashville 

Sip & Shop in the lobby of the Moxy Vanderbilt in Hillsboro Village 

Punk Rock Market 

Further Farms 4700 Eatons Creek Rd, Nashville 

June 11th 11am-7pm (free event) 

 

Hippie Hour at The Graduate Hotel 

 June 16th  

4-7pm 

101 20th Ave N Nashville 

Surround yourself in history and legend at the funky, floral jewel box. Right in the heart of Midtown, Graduate Nashville features playful, luxe guest rooms that celebrate the town’s innate charm. Channel your inner Opry star at our animatronic karaoke bar ,Cross Eye Critters, or take in the Nashville skyline from our rooftop bar, White Limozeen.  

 

Nashville Women-Owned Business Pop-Up Market at Music City Food Truck Park 

400 Davidson Street 

June 17th  5-9pm 

 

Music on the Move at The Chestnut as part of Roasted: A Rooftop Concert Series by BentoLiving ft. Erin McLendon and The HellCats, Lord Goldie, Lauren Horbal, and Kate Yeager.
June 24th, 2022

Doors: 7pm | 21+
$12 ADV | $15 DOS

Clear Bag Policy
No Outside Food/Drink
More on Erin McLendon:
Erin McLendon is a walking, talking poster child for “Girls Just Wanna Have Fun.” She believes in love, magic, frolic and play, and she dreams BIG! Her childlike outlook on life is not only a quality that defines her quite nicely, it is the combination of her wit, wisdom and love for humanity that is equally endearing.
The young singer/songwriter from Durham, NC is a 2012 Belmont grad that earned her Bachelor's of Music degree in Commercial Voice (with an emphasis in Music Business); Erin knows her business and she continues to “study” music as an extension of her personal and artistic growth. She divides her concentrations to pursue her own ambitions and pursuit while teaching voice to other young hopefuls who share the very same passion to perform.
“As nerdy as it sounds, I analyze all music. I ‘take’ from all music. I know musical theory; I know the rules. ...and I can easily identify various musical styles. The recording artists that I’m really drawn to however, don’t necessarily follow the rules. Some were never professionally trained; some don’t write lyrics that rhyme and some just make up the music as it flows. Some of my musical influences, and personal favorites, knew very little about music, theory, or even writing, but they managed to change it and made history. To me, that’s art and that’s the music I want to create.”
Erin gravitates toward various genres and styles, embracing classic trendsetters such as The Beatles, Jimmy Buffett, Aerosmith, Celine Dion, Tina Turner, Aretha Franklin, Reba, Brad Paisley and even the soundtracks from “Tarzan” (Phil Collins), “Phantom of the Opera” (Andrew Lloyd Webber) and “Hamilton” (Lin Manuel Miranda). A talented songstress and accomplished artist in her own right, while Erin knows the “ins and outs” surrounding the mechanics and mathematics of music composition, production and technical musician throws, she purposefully switches gears to intertwine smart, simplicity into her deliberate sparse recordings.
“There is so much we can do with music—either in taking a minimal approach, or going ‘big band;’ we can pour our hearts and emotions out in 3:20 and as someone who studied music, I so enjoy every aspect of the creative concoction! While I’m comfortable in both styles; I just rather enjoy raw clarity in what I write and record.”
Erin’s passion for the musical art was deepened when she discovered her knack for songwriting in high school—students were asked to write a song about the Vietnam War while studying the cultural movement of the era. The assignment was an effortless overnight success for the 15-year-old. Erin performed her “assignment”—her first original tune—before her class the very next day and then again for the entire school as part of a Veteran's Day celebration. She began performing with a band launching her music career as a paid performer in her junior year. ...and she never looked back.
Now a Music City resident, Erin has become an integral part of the music scene. The Nashville songwriting community and various music industry organizations have welcomed her talents. She has enjoyed collaborations with Britton Cameron, Bryan White and Mike Marcum. Erin released her first, independent, full-length album (titled FIRE & WINE, produced by Stephen Leiweke) in 2015. The album became a Top-100 New Country Album (Art Of The Mix Chart) in 2016 and Erin received recognition with “Female Of The Year,” “Americana Album Of The Year” (FIRE & WINE) and “Song Of The Year” (“You’re The Only One”) nominations from both the IMEA (International Music and Entertainment Assoc.) and Nashville Universe Awards. Erin has been invited to sing our National Anthem at political conventions and various events; she has performed at the National Constitutional Party Convention, Special Olympics (Durham, NC) and at Middle Tennessee, Belmont and Duke Universities to name a few.
Erin paints from a colorful palette catering to Americana, Motown, folk, rock and pop music enthusiasts with eclectic taste (even those who have a love for theater). Her new album, MAKING IT UP AS WE GO, is an uncomplicated assembly of puzzle pieces from her life—a self-told original story (but much like the rest of us), she takes life one-day-at-a-time with optimistic preparedness for the unexpected and the unknowing.
“None of us know what will actually happen in the next hour, the next day or the next year. We can plan it out but, we have no idea what’s going to actually happen and so, realistically, we all make it up as we go— according to plan or not.”
The new project is an Erin McLendon signature—deliberately and refreshingly light in production and airy in delivery. With tracks titled “When God Made A Woman,” “I’m Not Giving It Back,” “You’re The Only One” and “Honolulu Love,” Erin highlights her natural ability to incorporate her classical technique with her bubbly and quirky imagination. Her interesting, clever, yet relatable lyrics and story lines make for a welcoming, intriguing and uplifting listen. The instrumentation adds musical personality with tick-tock guitar licks, tribal drum beats, dancing ukulele, trickling piano, knee-slaps and buttery “la-la-la-la-love” vocals.
“I’m not just a ‘character’ who portrays the story lines on this album. I wrote these tracks at a very good place in time in my life and recording this album was another step in figuring it out. I poured every bit of ‘me’ into this project; it’s carefree; it’s honest, it’s me.”
Erin McLendon possesses “girl-next-door” familiarity, gleams with Hollywood sweetheart charm, and boasts with truth and realism in understanding exactly who she is as a person and a recording artist. MAKING IT UP AS WE GO mirrors her fearless and spirited personality through and through.
“I’ve been blessed to learn to love myself. I’m just ‘Erin’ with a lot of confidence and a big personality, and that’s what I want people to learn about me through my music. My dance moves on stage can range from graceful to cringe-worthy and I own that because I’m the same person on stage as the hot mess who runs to the grocery store.”
Devoting her energies and passion to be the best that she can be, on stage and off, Erin is creating her own path— “making it up as she goes.” There’s no question her confidence, commitment and direction will deliver her to the exact place where she needs to be at the exact time she is supposed “to be.”
“An artist works to create a unique place for themselves and genuinely cares about what they do and love what they do. I am that artist.”
More on Lord Goldie:
In a town that has historically turned its back on the hip hop community, Lord Goldie exists in an authentic space that fuses hip hop, soul, and rock in the underground Nashville music scene. Goldie has been well-versed in cross-genre storytelling since the inception of her debut EP in 2014. This multi-hyphenate raps, writes, produces, and offers creative direction and management services to indie artists.
Lord Goldie has amazed crowds on diverse stages, including The Mercy Lounge, The High Watt, the iconic New Orleans House of Blues, the A3C festival stage, and the coveted SXSW festival stage. She released the Trap Conscious EP 2018 and led with the single, “Leanin.” 2019 and 2020 were transformative years for Lord Goldie as she garnered multiple NIMA nominations following the release of hit singles “Risks,” “How Low,” and “When You Ready.”
Lord Goldie continues to move the needle for Nashville hip-hop, while keeping her ear to the streets to elevate new talent. Goldie continues to appear as a featured artist on hit singles, an anticipated guest on podcasts, and a contributor for virtual music series. Follow Goldie as she co-hosts The Crown Podcast. Find her new music and appearance dates on her Instagram @LordGoldie615. Support Trap Conscious & Sunday Funday on all streaming platforms and watch her journey unfold.
More on Lauren Horbal:
Lauren Horbal is a multi-instrumentalist in nashville, tn. She tours professionally as a drummer and is also a singer songwriter and guitar player and writes music for her band fame & fiction. Lauren hosts women centric shows and provides drum and guitar lessons out of her home.
Www.laurenhorbal.com
More on Kate Yeager: Raised in New York and growing roots in Nashville, pop singer-songwriter Kate Yeager delivers powerful, raw vocals with lyrics that make you question “How does she know my life?” Seeing Kate live makes you feel like you are spending a night in her living room listening to stories, laughing and crying over boxed wine (or tea!) with friends. If a folkier Adele is your bread and butter, then Kate is at the center of your pintrest board.