If you are one of the lucky ones, you’ll be enjoying The Lone Bellow at their sold-out show at Exit/In tonight. Ticket or not, enjoy Kanene Pipkin’s suggestions on how she likes to spend a few hours in town.
Shanning took her camera and grabbed a spot amongst the rain-soaked audience at Grimey’s last night and was taken by the smooth voice and southern influenced lyricism of the incredibly talented songwriter Andrew Combs.
Our photographer caught the mind-blowing sets by hometown heroes Sturgill Simpson and Anderson East Saturday night at 3rd and Lindsley.
Stelth Ulvang of The Lumineers talks with us about his solo debut, And, As Always; The Infinite Cosmos, and plans to share it tonight at The Basement.
Musings /// If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late: Drake and The Rapid Pace Of Consumption (Or, Maybe Kevin Is Getting Too Old For The Internet)
If You’re Reading This… is an interesting case study in the baggage that comes with being a major figure in music these days, even if it’s not the most earth-shattering work that we’ve heard from Drake thus far. And Kevin digs in.
Features /// Your Favorite East Nashville Store Now Commin’ At Chya With The Life Skills You Didn’t Get In High School
Olivia takes us into the wild of Old Made Good and tells us why it’s so essentially Nashville. But you probably already know that. Did she mention that she’s new to town?
It goes without saying that one of my favorite things about living in Nashville is the chance to walk into any given venue on any random night and be thoroughly impressed by the talent on display. However, sometimes the weather has other plans.
Emily goes down the rabbit hole of icepacolyptic insanity with a little help from this Dylan Song Snow Guide.
It’s cold, it’s icy, and everything is closed. In other words, we’re all going insane. Here’s what to do about it.
AS singer-songwriter Caroline Spence proves, a mid-twenties’ budget is nowhere near indicative of a mid-twenties’ mindset – and here’s the Nashville Five to prove it.