It’s a waste of everyone’s time to try and approach a new angle on Father John Misty. He’s already been mythologized and deified just as much as he’s been tarred and feathered.
Kevin ponders the local relevance – and national draw – of our ever burgeoning rock scene via our favorite weekend of music and mayhem, Freakin’ Weekend.
We head to the studio to see what 10 String Symphony is up to these days, and you can hear what they’ve been working on tomorrow night at Station Inn.
There is an undying sense of admiration I have for people like Chadwick, who can incorporate their creative passions into an outpour of positive energy, affecting change not only within their own psyches but within the external world.
I wonder what it would be like if I did write a song that was a big hit: would I pat myself on the back and claim victory in my own personal game of “king of the hill”? Would I be satisfied with staying there, making bank (I assume)? Or would I still feel restless?
Kevin braves the storm to make it to an emo-fest, Nashville style – and lives to tell the tale.
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.