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.
Emily returns to Nashville (for a few days, at least) to ponder life in Los Angeles and how one band – or even one album – can turn a place into a home.
Cass McCombs rolled through town touting languidly lovely songs off his recent LP, ‘Mangy Love’ at the High Watt this past Wednesday.
Chapel Hill’s finest purveyors of blithe folk spirit, Mandolin Orange, made a stop in town this past week at Exit/In to support their excellent new LP, ‘Blindfaller.’
One of the all fathers of the modern jam band, Bob Weir came to the Mother Church to present his recent bluegrass LP, ‘Blue Mountain’ in its most intimate form.
Dan Layus has operated within the margins over the past three years, but with the release of his eponymous country debut, ‘Dangerous Things,’ he’s ready to carve out his space in Nashville.
Joseph sits down with the country artist and songwriter to discuss “Flatland,” his album that covers anythign that could possibly trouble or influence a young man growing up in rural Kansas.