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Nashville pop-rockers COIN prepare for a summer of festivals with energetic show in Richmond

Nashville pop-rockers, COIN, took the stage in Richmond, VA on May 8th to perform a lively set to a crowd ready to dance.  This was a part of their tour for the new album How Will You Know if You Never Try, which will continue through and around this summer’s festival season, plenty of time to go check out a set for yourself!

In a review for Live in Limbo, Shannon Ruzgy’s wrote: “Now I can’t say exactly what separates COIN from the plethora of indie bands trying to break into the scene but I can say that there are several things that make them exceptional. It could be the way that their energy vibrates through the entire crowd, from the front to the very back. Or it could be the way that you can’t help but dance whenever they play. Or even maybe it’s the way that you can genuinely tell just how much they appreciate every single person in the room for showing up. Or it could be their boyish good looks; honestly who knows. All I do know is that there is something special about them, their music, and of course their live show.”

COIN continues touring through the summer. Dates and tickets are at www.thisiscoin.com.

Kathryn DeFrank
Kathryn DeFrank is a traveling filmmaker and photographer based in Richmond Virginia who focuses in coverage of music culture and its influence and importance on the East Coast. Find her work at kathryndefrank.com.

Nashville pop-rockers COIN prepare for a summer of festivals with energetic show in Richmond

Nashville pop-rockers, COIN, took the stage in Richmond, VA on May 8th to perform a lively set to a crowd ready to dance.  This was a part of their tour for the new album How Will You Know if You Never Try, which will continue through and around this summer’s festival season, plenty of time to go check out a set for yourself!

In a review for Live in Limbo, Shannon Ruzgy’s wrote: “Now I can’t say exactly what separates COIN from the plethora of indie bands trying to break into the scene but I can say that there are several things that make them exceptional. It could be the way that their energy vibrates through the entire crowd, from the front to the very back. Or it could be the way that you can’t help but dance whenever they play. Or even maybe it’s the way that you can genuinely tell just how much they appreciate every single person in the room for showing up. Or it could be their boyish good looks; honestly who knows. All I do know is that there is something special about them, their music, and of course their live show.”

COIN continues touring through the summer. Dates and tickets are at www.thisiscoin.com.

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