Nash 103.3’s Rhythm and Boots with Mickey Guyton & Brett Young


Once again, 3rd & Lindsley in Nashville, TN played host to a night of great music & entertainment. Local radio station Nash FM 103.3 held its first Rhythm & Boots, a show benefiting Musicians On Call. The foundation is close to many in Music City, as its mission is to provide music as a form of healing to those in healthcare facilities. With a room full of attendees, it was safe to say that a good amount of money was raised for this fantastic cause!

Nash FM personalities, including America’s Morning Show team Blair Garner, Kelly Ford & Chuck Wicks, as well as Heather Davis and Paul Stone, emceed the show. Mickey Guyton stepped onto the stage with boundless energy and captivated the crowd as soon as she began singing. Guyton is a powerhouse, belting out a variety of notes with ease. An amazing cover of Beyoncé’s “If I Were A Boy” showcased Guyton’s vocal ability, and her take on Patty Loveless’ “Blame It On Your Heart” payed homage to her country roots. Guyton’s own songs like “Better Than You Left Me” and “Why Baby Why” were huge hits with the crowd, and many in attendance sang along with every word. It was easy to see why she was such a fan favorite – Guyton is relatable, down-to-earth, and really funny. Before treating the crowd to “Heartbreak Song”, she joked about her ex-boyfriend who was “kind of an asshole”, something many of the females in the room could definitely relate to. Guyton is quite active (and entertaining!) on social media & you can keep with her there or on her website.


Southern California native Brett Young had plenty of fans in the audience and they roared with excitement when he made his way onstage. Young has a soulful voice, one that he really showed off during his spin of Marvin Gaye’s “Let’s Get It On”. Young was a natural entertainer, from playing guitar to getting up close to his audience. His debut single “Sleep Without You” has continued to see radio play and some of his other tracks like “Kiss By Kiss” and “In Case You Didn’t Know” would be great follow ups hits. Like Guyton, Young has seen his share of heartbreak and told the 3rd & Lindsley crowd about his long-term ex who wasn’t seeing a future at the same time he was shopping for engagement rings. A change in plans, a delayed flight and a solo New Years Eve plane ride back to Nashville inspired Young’s “You Ain’t Here To Kiss Me”. Sometimes it’s hard to see the good in a bad situation, but the song is fantastic and we think Young came out the winner in that round.


Another great night of music in Nashville drew to a close, although the crowd would have gladly stayed for more. Nash FM 103.3 has put on some outstanding events, including their Guitar Pull earlier this year, and this 1st ever Rhythm & Boots is only the beginning of that series! Stay tuned to the site to found out more details on the next show and make sure to tune into Nash FM 103.3 for all your favorite hits!

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *