We kick off our new Photo Diary section with a visual roadmap of New Orleans’ Kristin Diable’s time in Nashville.
The Wans create the perfect sound to remind you that fun’s not dead, and you’re actually much younger than you think.
Our favorite new discovery helps us unearth Five Places to Fall Out of Time in Nashville.
W.B. Givens is an animate voice in the city’s buzzing Americana scene, weaving together the roots of country and bluegrass into fresh and piercing craftsmanship.
There is a certain brand of southern-indie rock bands that offer a sound that is as catchy and sensible as it is distinctly their own. The Whigs are one of them.
The soulful folk musician counts down five things that could only happen in our fair town of East Nashville.
Jarosz’s music remains equally in touch with the suppleness of her youth as it does with her prodigious musical skill, borne from the wisdom endowed to those gifted enough to expose it.
On how songs make memories that stick with you for the good (Odessa) and the bad (Colorado jam bands).
Humming House contains equal amounts of Irish-infused harmonies, notes of nostalgic Americana, and interwoven pop structures, creating a sound equally digestible and refreshing.
One of our favorite local songstresses on her top Nashville Olfactory Memories, from fried bologna to alcohol swabs.