- Live on the Green is back for a 4th season, from 9.6 – 10.11, every Thursday night, with Dr. John kicking things off on 9.6. Overlapping a bit with Soundland, we’re in for a stellar fall. – The Tallest Man on Earth show on 7.23 has been moved to Cannery Ballroom, so now more of you can go – and you should. – Diamond Rugs, fronted by new East Nashvillian John McCauley, will play “Blue Mountains” off their debut […]
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- Arkells are playing Rocketown 4.25. The band just won a Juno Award for Group Of The Year for their anthem rock tunes. – Fiona Apple is playing the Ryman, tickets are on sale 4.21. – The Dirty Projectors are playing Cannery 8.14. – Maria McManus, who’s song “Shame On You” was co-written with Joy Williams of The Civil Wars, hits the Basement on 4.17. – Natural Child‘s releasing promo videos at 4:20PM daily in the lead up to their […]
- The Guardian digs East Nashville music, doesn’t notice any vintage shops or vinyl stores. – Young Hines‘ record release show at The Basement will now include a listening party for Brendan Benson‘s new LP. – Jack White Ryman tickets are apparently available on Craigslist, despite will call regulations. Craigslist date, anyone? – Patrick Carney continues to speak everyone’s mind, calling Sean Parker an asshole. – Michelle Obama’s going to give Taylor Swift an award, possible slime.
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