The week started great for the amazing web-based Facebook live show “Nashville Access” because it now transformed itself once again and becomes “Nashville Meets World!”

Nashville Access Becomes Nashville World

In the past year, The Nashville Access Show with Camo (on Facebook and YouTube) has upped its game—increasing the production quality of the show, recording live, increasing its worldwide imprint and fan base… and now, it’s time to change again.

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via Nashville Meets World’s Official YouTube Channel

Show host Cameron Wallace thinks the change came at the right time.

“I think that the show—and name of the show—had run its course as it was.  We saw the name as passive—almost like it’s ‘Hey, the show is here if you want it’, and that’s not what we’re about anymore. Nashville Meets World is more about having great artists both in Nashville and coming through Nashville that we get to showcase to the world, but now we’re also about actually going to different places in the world to see the best artists that may not be known outside of those places.”

He continues, saying that they’ve added some wonderful talent to their roster.

“We started the process in the summer by adding the incredibly talented Zoee to our team.  Zoee is a touring singer/songwriter, originally from Australia but now calling Glasgow, Scotland her home.  She’s covered several festivals for us, including Foodies Festivals around the UK, TRNSMT Festival in Glasgow, and Millport Country Music Festival on Isle of Cumbrae in Scotland.”

“This is just the beginning though! Very soon, we’ll be announcing our ‘WorldWide Wednesday’ feature, which will be a part of our Wednesday show.”
He describes the future direction of the show, sharing the platform as well.
“Worldwide Wednesday will feature reports from Nashville Meets World correspondents around the world:  Buenos Aires in Argentina, New York City, Toronto in Canada…with Italy, Netherlands, Australia, and more joining in.  Every week, we’ll visit a different city around the world to catch a glimpse of what’s happening in local music scenes, brief interviews with local indie artists and more.  We can’t wait to bring that into the show!”
Nashville Meets World is currently available at Facebook and Nashville Meets World on YouTube.  The show premiers on Facebook on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays at 2 pm Eastern/1 pm Central/19:00 in the UK, with the shows moving over to YouTube the following week.