News /// Live (on the Green) with Dr. John, Diamond Rugs, Tallest Man on Earth moved, Jack White on BBC, Ryman annoucements and more

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 record, Diamond Rugs, on the Late Show with David Letterman tonight. Paste thinks their record is the best of the year, so far.

Jack White talked to the BBC about the “romance of vinyl.”

Nashville Scene announced a sweet line up for the Sounds Like Summer series – including Guided By Voices. The event will take place on three Thursdays, from 7.19 to 8.2, at Marathon Music Works.

Dead Can Dance will play the Ryman on 9.4 – they have a new record out 8.9 (their first in 16 years) and Pitchfork has the new single  “Amnesia.” Also playing the mother church: Grace Potter and The Nocturnals play a two night run on 10.12 and 13. Tickets on sale Friday, June 29 at 10:00 a.m.

The Black Keys are suing Pizza Hut and Home Depot for ripping off their music.

Billy Ray Cyrus is going to Broadway.

Yelawolf hits Cannery on 11.16.

Zac Brown Band is opening up a restaurant in Nashville.

Mindy Smith is playing live at Grimey’s this Wednesday at 6 p.m.

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