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'Goodbye Yellow Brick Road' Celebrates A Hit-Making Icon

Few musicians have had more success getting on the radio than Elton John. Over the course of 50-plus years and 30-plus studio albums, he and songwriting partner Bernie Taupin have charted 62 top 40 hit singles, including at least one every year from 1970 to 1996.   On the evening of Saturday, Jan. 21, that endless string of hits will be celebrated during “Goodbye Yellow... Read More

Casual eatery The Mainstay taking over former The Vine space in East Nashville

  A potential neighborhood staple is planned for 501 Main Street in East Nashville, where two local restaurateurs are working on a new venture to be called The Mainstay.   East Side residents Manny Hatz (above, right) and Josiah Johnson (above, left) have joined forces for the new restaurant. Hatz recently sold five Jet’s Pizza locations, while Johnson ended... Read More

'Sing Me Back Home' remembers music immortals with all-star tribute concert

  In 2016, the world lost many titans of music, prolific artists across all genres, linked now forever by the proximity of their deaths and the feeling they went too soon. While fans everywhere are still reeling from the enormous musical losses of the past year, locally they can remember those lost by celebrating the enduring works they left behind. On Saturday, Jan. 14, The Basement... Read More

East Nashville News: new Pilates/massage, Walker Creek closing, a closer look at East Nashville Sprouts and more

  This week’s big news, at least in our world: Our January/February issue is here. Nashville creator Callie Khouri (pictured above) is on the cover, and elsewhere, you can read about the newly crowned East Nashvillians of the year (business and citizen), East Nashville author Lydia Peelle, rock & roll mainstay Dan Baird and lots more.   Pick up a print copy... Read More

East Nashville News: Sprouts, Bloomy Rind, Preservation Ale House and more

  So, yeah, no one thinks everything’s going to shift to cartwheels and butterflies on January 1, but that doesn’t change a comforting coping mechanism many of us are indulging in, especially after another week of lost heroes: hating on 2016 with the fire of a thousand burning suns.   For the above, thanks to Rosepepper, whose wit and wisdom (and... Read More

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