American sister act HAIM — their name simply taken from the trio’s surname — formed in 2006 after spending their childhood as part of family cover band Rockinhaim. They grew up together in California’s San Fernando Valley, where they were brought up listening to Joni Mitchell, the Beatles, Santana, and the sounds of Motown, to name a few of their diverse influences. The three-piece played local venues and crafted their own R&B-influenced soft rock sound until eldest sister Este (guitar/bass) left to study ethnomusicology at UCLA, while middle child Danielle (vocals, guitar) toured with Jenny Lewis and then the Strokes’ Julian Casablancas on his solo tour. The youngest of the group, Alana (guitar/keyboard), dropped out of college in her first year to concentrate on the band once Este and Danielle returned. Later, Dash Hutton was installed on drums to complete the band’s live lineup.
HAIM returned in July 2017 with Something to Tell You, which expanded on Days Are Gone’s sound and featured production by Rechtshaid as well as Dev Hynes and Rostam Batmanglij. The album debuted at number seven on the U.S. Billboard 200 chart, and included the singles “I Want You Back” and “Little of Your Love.” Two more singles followed with “Nothings Wrong” and “Walking Away.” A deluxe version of the album appeared in December 2017.
Valet parking is available at the Ryman for most shows (excluding Opry at the Ryman) provided by Nissan. To utilize the valet parking please enter the Ryman drive from Fifth Avenue and pull up the valet stand. Cost of parking is $20.00 per car. If you drive a Nissan, valet parking is free. Please note that the valet will be open until approximately one hour after the show ends.
There are also many paid parking lots and street meters in the area around the Ryman. For further parking information please visit Park It! Downtown.
To purchase accessibility seating for any Ryman show, please call (615) 889-3060.
Service animals are welcome in Ryman Auditorium. Service animals must be wearing proper identification [i.e. red vest] and/or individuals must have proof of certification or a license for the service animal. The ADA defines a service animal as any guide dog, signal dog, or other animal individually trained to provide assistance to an individual with a disability.