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East Side Buzz: ‘Buddies on the Beat’ benefit with Jay Weinberg and friends, Solstice Intimates, Nashville Design Week and more

    This week, we have drummers helping buddies, high-style skivvies, big fun for design lovers and lots more. (We’re also hard at work on the upcoming Food & Drink issue, coming soon. If you want an ad in there, hit Lisa at lisa@theeastnashvillian.com.)   On to the latest East Nashville news:   Drummer Jay Weinberg boosts... Read More

How John Prine and others drew The Whiskey Gentry’s Lauren Morrow to East Nashville

  I never intended to move to Nashville. An Atlanta native by birth and proud lover of the city, I thought I had everything I needed there.    Last summer, I realized I was wrong.    It was spring 2017 and my band, The Whiskey Gentry, had just released our third studio record Dead Ringer. We’d put all our chips in that record’s... Read More

Maybe We’re Broken

But there’s a hopefulness in the music Los Colognes delivers Jay Rutherford is not one to shy away from heavy philosophical musings, but he wraps them up in pitch-perfect, pop packaging that lures the listener into the fray. This is especially so on last year’s The Wave, the band’s third record to date. The understated, laid-back production on the latest offering from... Read More

East Side Buzz: The Cake Project, Brightside Bakeshop, JEFF the Brotherhood and more

  Had a little vacation last week, so we’re catching up this week — and there’s been a lot to catch up on. We won’t get to it all, but we’ll get to some good East Nashville news, including some new names slinging delicious sweet stuff on the East Side.   Also on the food front: We’re hard at work on our November/December issue,... Read More

Video Premiere: J.P. Harris and Chrome Pony, ‘Just Another Honky’

  One of East Nashville’s hardest-working honky-tonkers (and all-around nice guy) J.P. Harris recently spent a Sunday in Sound Stage Studios with Nashville rockers Chrome Pony. The result was a nifty cover of the classic Ronnie Lane composition “Just Another Honky,” originally recorded by the Faces (Lane, Rod Stewart, Ronnie Wood, Kenney Jones, and Ian McLagan) in 1973... Read More

East Side Buzz: Boombozz’s East Nashville opening, Artaya Loka, the Watson Twins, ‘Ramen Otaku’ and more

  Quick heads up to whet your appetite for our November/December issue: We’re working on our first food and drink-focused special issue, telling the stories of a slew of folks who make East Nashville more delicious. If you’d like to get an ad in its pages, drop Lisa a line at lisa@theeastnashvillian.com.   With that, fittingly enough, we have some fun... Read More

East Side Buzz: Vui’s Kitchen, Hugh-Baby’s, Grilled Cheeserie coming to Hunters Station, new stuff from Ellie Holcomb and Carl Broemel, more

    Big thing for the week: Our 2018 Music Issue is here! Fantastic timing, as it happens, since our cover star, John Prine, just snagged well-deserved Artist of the Year honors at the 2018 Americana Honors & Awards show.    Along with our cover story on Prine and the Oh Boy Records family, we have pieces on Tim Carroll, Creamer, Jonell Mosser, Mike... Read More

Sunday Morning Coming Down brings AmericanaFest to a lively close

  Whether your Sunday morning brings the dawn in or finds you with no way to hold your head that doesn’t hurt, Sunday Morning Coming Down is the ideal end to a week of AmericanaFest. East Nashville honky-tonk stalwart J.P. Harris brought this event to life for three years running between 2014 and 2016, providing the perfect way to unwind after a busy week of music business, deals,... Read More

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