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East Nashville News: Clean-up perks, Gabe Dixon, Graze, Her Bookshop and more

  Starting out this week on a very sad note. Like many others in Nashville and beyond, we’re mourning the loss of Candice Burnside Ferguson, co-owner of East Nashville’s Battletapes studio.    A beloved neighbor and tireless champion of local music, she passed away on Sunday, after battling cancer. Our thoughts are with everyone who loved her (and... Read More

A Groover’s Paradise — Robyn on the East Side

It has been said that most artists seek to deduce how things fit together, while some gravitate to understanding how they fall apart. Put Robyn Hitchcock squarely in the latter box, such as you can box him up at all. For nearly 40 years and 500 songs, Hitchcock has tickled brains with an oeuvre musically steeped in “Piper at the Gates of Dawn,” “Visions of Johanna,” and... Read More

East Nashville News: Music City Spirits & Cocktail Fest, MEEL, Jack Randall and more

  First: The biggest congrats (and a major “Wow”) to Basement East co-proprietor Mike Grimes on the arrival of new baby girl Evalee Whittaker Grimes, who wasn’t keen on waiting for her April 26 due date — she joined the world early Thursday morning at the Grimes home, while Dad was calling an ambulance. This lil’ lady ain’t on a rock... Read More

THE WILD FEATHERS SHOW NEW POWERS AT BASEMENT EAST

Ever since Lightning 100 started tweeting out free tickets in exchange for hash tag pickup lines, we knew The Wild Feathers secret show was going to be a fun one. What we didn’t know was their upcoming album, Lonely Is a Lifetime, harnesses even more sonic cold-cockage then their 2013 debut. Starting off on a tame note, at around 7:20 p.m., L100’s Ana Lee addressed an at capacity... Read More

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