Nashville’s fledgling psych soul stalwarts, Okey Dokey shared their five places to help you get away and make you feel like you’re not in Nashville preceding their upcoming show at Basement East on 12/1.
Dylan LeBlanc is stopping by The Basement on December 1st in support of his sublime 2016 release ‘Cautionary Tale.’ Its been an arduous journey, but the album and road to it have helped shape a new perspective for the Louisiana songwriter that’ll undoubtedly serve him for years to come.
Kevin Devine came through town just before Thanksgiving to help folks air out their political frustrations as of late, in what was one of 2016’s best headlining sets at Basement East.
Pinegrove came through town just before Thanksgiving in support of their recent (and stellar) LP, Cardinal. It was an evening of ascendance and social consciousness that was desperately needed before the Thanksgiving Holiday.
In what’s becoming an increasingly common occurrence in town, DIIV came through Nashville on a packed night at the Cannery compound. Nevertheless, the Brooklyn shoegazers wasted no time with woozy riffs and political opinings.
Sunflower Bean had the difficult task of performing the first night post-Election, but rather than taking it on the chin, they dodged the jab and put on one of the most impressive Exit/In sets of the year.
Lucius came through town on a packed night of events, going head-to-head-to-head with the CMA Awards and The World Series, ultimately coming out on top for one of the best sets at Cannery all year.
The Sweet Creep himself, Jonny Fritz, made a stop through town on 11/1 to spread the good word about Dad Country and of course, The Stadium Inn.
Phantogram headlined a sold out Marathon Music Works Halloween set on their Nashville stop, with as festive and lively a set as anyone in attendance could have asked for.
Halloween is always a weird time for bands, but James Hinton (aka The Range) put on a proper Halloween set for a sold out Marathon crowd on 2016’s spookiest night of music.