Adia is not your country sweetheart. She can look you dead in the eye and spit some truth that would make those cookie cutter singers cower in a corner. And once you’re really listening to the stories being spun–you, too, will be hooked and salivating for more.
Read all about our new series, debuting next week and featuring exclusive, one-of-a-kind videos from two of our local favorites: Jessie Baylin and Anderson East.
We venture to Kentucky to dig in to the Forecastle festival – and the results (and the winds) blew us away
The East Nashville based folk-country artists shares a hilarious Five Things Nashville Could Probably Do a Little Better before his show at the Basement East tonight.
We sent our photographer to capture this electric in-store set from the Diamond Rug and Dead Confederate, now going solo.
A mastermind of punk rock craftsmanship, Bully leader Alicia Bognanno (along with her bandmates) has put together the year’s most striking debut record, and maybe its most striking record, period.
When you’re a touring band of as many as Family and Friends, you might want to have road life down to a science – and the day before they hit another stop (Musician’s Corner) they share their five touring essentials with us.
We sent our writer to Manchester, Tennessee to survive his third consecutive trip to Bonnaroo. Here’s a recap of some of the most memorable acts he caught over the weekend – and tune in tomorrow for his thoughts on the festival’s transition from independent success into corporate branding mecca.
Part two of our Bonnaroo coverage, where we examine a festival in the context of commercialization. When you’re branding an experience, when does the experience become the brand?
Not headed to the farm? Worried about what to do this weekend? Well, we’ve provided you with a scheduled escape from the festival scene – from folk favorites to country to Japanese punk.