We chat with the eccentric East Nashville duo about why, when it comes down to it, they are really a country band. Just maybe not in the way you might think.
Happenings /// So You’re Not Going to Foo Fighters? I.e. What’s Happening Tonight, Halloween Edition
After receiving about thirty text messages from various friends lamenting the lightning-fast sell-out of Foo Fighters tickets, we decided it was our duty to provide a round up of other fun, music-related Day of The Dead activities.
We chat with Sam Lewis, who you can catch with Chris Stapleton this Friday at 3rd and Lindsley for an artistically indulgent Halloween show.
Why you should be clicking refresh on your browser at 10:00 am tomorrow to see the Foos rock the Mother Church.
Alicia Bognanno is many things, namely the singer/guitarist/producer of Bully. However, the painfully brief (but startlingly efficient) 20-minute runtime of Bully’s debut EP finds Bognanno asserting her identity by defining everything that she is not.
Christiana spends the evening listening to David Bazan and talking with the leader and composer of Passenger String Quartet, Andrew Joslyn about music and synesthesia. See why the whole thing ends with patty melts at the Hermitage Cafe.
Last week, one of our favorite local acts, Penicillin Baby, headed to our hometown of NYC to play the CMJ festival. We asked them to wield a camer and document their time there. What resulted was severed hands, new fucking kicks and lots of music.
We take our camera inside the 5 Spot and catch one of our favorite classic country gals, Taylor Brashears, along with dynamos Whiskey Shivers, the Coal Men and Brian Ritchey.
Our resident Third Man expert tells you why Halloween eve most certainly should be heralded by a killer (pun intended) performance by the deliciously haunting Olivia Jean.
The local soul-rock powerhouse lists the top songs they’re currently spinning right now, from Hurray for the Riff Raff to White Zombie. Yes – that White Zombie.