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Exclusive Video Premiere: Acme Radio Session – “No One Goes Dancing Anymore” By Paul Childers

Focus on the 615 presents the exclusive video premier of “No One Goes Dancing Anymore” by Nashville Pop/ Rock artist Paul Childers from the Acme Radio Session. The video is in support of Paul Childers Live At Acme, the debut release from Acmeville Records, out on January 19, 2018.

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The album features 10 tracks from Paul’s off-the-hook live performance at Acme Feed & Seed, one of Nashville’s hottest downtown nightclubs.

Acmeville Records plans to record and produce albums captured during live performances from the stage at Acme Feed & Seed, as well as compilation records, original content and commentary from inside the Acme Radio Live studio. The label is focused on promoting Nashville artists who have helped to define Acme and Acme Radio Live’s unique sound and atmosphA familiar face on the Acme Feed & Seed stage, Childers was chosen to be the first performer to launch the recording series. He performs songs from his debut album Naked Poetry as well as covers of classic hits such as “Roxanne” (Sting and the Police) and “Sir Duke” (Stevie Wonder). When not on tour, Childers is a resident on Acme’s stage, performing regularly for devoted fans. The live album not only captures the energy of Paul’s dynamic performance, but also the crowd’s enthusiastic response.

“Recording and releasing a live album is a unique opportunity for artists to connect with fans and involve them in the record-making process,” said Carl Gatti, Director of Entertainment and Radio at Acme Feed & Seed. “We’re excited to get Acmeville Records up and running to continue our mission of discovery and preservation of the local music scene, and Paul Childers is a perfect fit for our first release.”

Paul Childers Live At Acme will be available for purchase on January 19, 2018, via digital download and on all major streaming platforms including Spotify, Apple Music, Google Play, and Amazon Music.

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