A fellow lover of nostalgic documentation is Jeramy “Beardo” Gritter, a self-described “old soul,” guitarist and old school video mastermind for the intriguing new project Julian Casablancas + the Voidz. Kimberly chats with him about cats, ghost encounters and new album, Tyranny.
Anna Worstell picks her favorite haunts for creative libations and an easy buzz. On the list: 308, the Crying Wolf and other local spots – drink responsibly, unless, of course, you’re a rockstar.
Singer James Wilson of the five-piece Alt Country collective recounts the local favorites of his new homebase.
Check out these exclusive performances from The Weeks, filmed live at Lockeland Springsteen HQ.
On the mystical persona that is Stevie Knicks, and her Nashville-made new LP
Then they started with a Doc Watson and Drake mash-up. And if that doesn’t pique your interest as much as it did mine, keep reading.
Emotionally driven, sporadic, raw and packed with sexual energy. Foxygen played to prove that they deserve a spot on the forefront of the modern Rock ‘n’ Roll scene, and Nashville responded back with nothing but energy and love.