Preview: Brent Cobb at The Hi-Fi


On Tuesday, March 27th, country music fans will want to head on down to The Hi-Fi’s stage in Fountain Square for a performance from two Nashville country artists. Headlining for the night will be Brent Cobb, joined later by Savannah Conley. Both artists are signed on with Low Country Sound / Elektra Records.

Bent Cobb

While Brent Cobb currently lives and works in Nashville, he was born in Georgia, a place he still holds dear to his heart. According to his Facebook profile,

“Brent Cobb didn’t set out to write an album that feels and sounds like the place he grew up. But now that the grooves have been cut in his debut LP, Shine on Rainy Day, there’s no denying the people, the places and the vibe of his south central Georgia home infuse almost every song”. 

Cobb’s most recent album, “Providence Canyon” comes out on May 11th. To find out more, you can visit his website. You can also find Brent Cobb on Facebook.

Savannah Conley

Savannah Conley is a singer and songwriter based out of Nashville, Tennessee. She released her debut record “Bells” in 2013. Her second release was an EP titled, “18th and Portland”, and came out in 2017. Conley just recently released her latest EP “Twenty-Twenty” in February.

According to Savannah Conley’s profile, “Her music has been classified as “organic pop”. It has a quirky, edgy feel to it, but also utilizes instruments such as upright bass and ukulele”. Currently, Conley is supporting Brent Cobb while the two tour together this spring, and supporting her recent release in the process.

You can find out more about Savannah Conley by visiting her website. You can also find her on Facebook.


The show with Brent Cobb and Savannah Conley starts at 8:00 pm on Tuesday, March 27th. Doors to The Hi-Fi will open at 7:00 pm. Tickets to the show start at thirteen dollars if bought in advance, and are fifteen at the door.


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