City Guide: Exploring Nashville With Singer-Songwriter Jonny P
Burger joints, thrift shops, and honkey-tonks.GUIDE
With velvety smooth vocals, elegant melodies, and a vintage look head-to-toe, Jonny P is a class-act. His most recent EP, Good To You, is tinged with shades of Motown and Neo-soul and filled with songs that are guaranteed to put you at ease—perfect for Sunday mornings or rainy afternoon drives.
The “Stand By” musician is not only a soul revivalist––he also draws inspiration from hip-hop, R&B, and gospel, citing Kanye West, Musiq Soulchild, and Kirk Maxwell as some of his influences. Jonny P doesn’t want to dwell in the past of the soul, but rather, become a part of its history.
While the singer-songwriter has been interested in music since he was young, it wasn’t until college that he realized he wanted to write songs and pursue it as a career. Shortly after, he moved down south and refined his unique, mellow sound in Nashville. To celebrate all that his new city has to offer, Jonny P let us in on the best venues, vintage shops, and burger joints around Music City.
Check it out below, then Track him on Bandsintown to see when he'll be hitting a stage near you!
Jonny P's Guide to Nashville
Best Coffee Shop: Dose, Steadfast, or Ugly Mugs
Best Spot To Catch Live Music: The Basement East or 5 Spot
Best Honky-tonk in Nashville: Tootsies
Best Burger in Nashville: Dino's
Pro tip: Burger Medium, bacon well done, everything on it.
Best Thrift Shop: Hip Zipper
Best Record Store: Grimey's
Favorite Neighborhood in Nashville: Germantown
Best Spot For BBQ: Edley's39384370Jonny P
No upcoming concerts. Track Jonny P on Bandsintown to see when new tour dates have been added!
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