See Lennon Stella March 29, 2019 live in concert at The Rave/Eagles Club in Milwaukee, WI. Get official concert and ticket information.
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Love, Me Tour
Lennon Stella
with Valley

Next Friday, March 29, 2019 (7 Days Away)
Show scheduled to start at 7:30pm

At just 19 years old, Lennon Stella (born August 13, 1999) who was born in Ontario, Canada, has already achieved immense success in her career.  She began starring in the hit ABC TV series Nashville in 2012 as Maddie Conrad, alongside her real-life sister Maisy Stella, who plays Daphne Conrad. The series moved over to CMT (Country Music Television) for Season 5. Season 6 premiered January 2018 on CMT. Prior to acting in Nashville, Lennon had already gained national attention when her and Maisy’s cover of Robyn’s “Call your Girlfriend” went viral. 

Lennon’s success with her songwriting career began during her time on Nashville. She was one of the writers on nine different songs that were featured in 15 episodes of the series. These songs include, “Saved,” “In Love,” “Clockwork” and “Tennis Shoes. Towards the end of 2017, Lennon recorded a rendition of “Baby It’s Cold Outside” alongside Barns Courtney. The track is featured on the Holidays Rule Volume 2, which was curated by Paul McCartney.

2018 has been an exciting year for Lennon as she signed her first label deal with RECORDS/Columbia Records. She released an acoustic version of her original song “Like Everybody Else” in August – it hit #1 on both the US and Canada Spotify Viral Charts. ‘Love, me,’ Lennon’s debut EP, was released on November 16 and features lead single “Bad,” which reached #19 on the Global Viral Chart.

Limited general admission seating may be available on a first come, first served basis.

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