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The 6 1 5 Featuring Alexes Hardt

Nashville hasn’t heard an artist quite like Alexes Hardt. The twenty-six year old

Florida native has written bits and pieces of lyrics ever since she was a child. Drawing

influences from the direction of modern hits, her production favors the trap drums that

have populated rap music but the electronic sounds that have given posters edge to

their latest works. Alexes balances these elements with lighter undertones to create

atmospheric indie pop that feels like Banks or Fletcher, but with a bite to it like a Travis

Scott record. With this unique take on the production, this allows Alexes to flourish with

her vocals; a smooth mezzo-soprano ranges that finds the sweet spot to carry the

higher and lower notes in her records. Now based in the epicenter of country music, she

offers the south a genre of music often replicated but hardly perfected in the best

possible way with authentic storytelling that makes you want to get up and dance one

second before wanting to key your ex’s car the next. Alexes Hardt is ready to show the

world what she has been holding back for oh so long!

Alexes Hardt Top Six


What makes Nashville special to you? I really started focusing on my music career once I moved here about 6 months ago. It’s special to me in the sense that moving here was the beginning of everything that’s to come.


Say you had a completely free day in Nashville—no work allowed. What would you be doing?

I love spending my off days outside. There are so many amazing parks here in Nashville. I would bring a book and some snacks, too. Off days are also gym days, too. I recently got back into lifting weights.


Most under-rated thing about Nashville? The most under rated thing about Nashville is definitely how supportive everyone is of each other. Especially in the music industry, everyone seems to want everyone to succeed. It doesn’t feel like a competition, it’s nice.


What are some of your favorite Nashville restaurants? I love Hawkers, Nectar, Urban Cantina, and Sixty Vines (get their charcuterie board app)


If someone is coming to Nashville for the first time, where do you take them? I would definitely take them to Broadway. If I had to experience that then so do they lol


Of course we love your style, any favorite Nashville shops? Definitely the thrift/vintage shops. I love finding cool one of a kind pieces.


One Thing About Nashville


What excites you most about the Nashville music scene right now? What excites me most is that venues are starting to open up again and I’m hoping to book some shows soon 🙏🏼


Five Favorites


What’s your favorite place for breakfast in Nashville? McDonalds never fails me. Or chick fil a breakfast.


Do you have a favorite music venue? Mercy Lounge is my favorite so far.


Favorite place to go on date night? Flamingo, Rosemary, Up Down, etc.


What grocery stores do you shop? Publix for life.


What’s your favorite place to go for ice cream in Nashville? Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, so far.


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