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TIM EASTON AND FRIENDS CUT “ROCKS AND GRAVEL” FOR THE BENEFIT OF HOMELESS

Renowned singer/songwriter Tim Easton recently approached director/photographer Stacie Huckeba with the idea of a video and single to shine a spotlight on a local charity. Huckeba immediately suggested the Southern Alliance for People and Animal Welfare (SAFPAW). “A little over a year ago, I met Laurie Green with SAFPAW,” Huckeba says. “Laurie is the only employee, and she... Read More

BLACKFOOT GYSPIES ROCK THE HOUSE FOR NASHVILLE SUNDAY NIGHT ON LIGHTNING 100

Nashville blues rock hip-shakers the Blackfoot Gypsies will swing through their hometown for a special appearance at 3rd and Lindsley on November 27. As the opening act for the Quaker City Nighthawks, the Gypsies will be heating up the stage and are the featured act on Lightning 100 WRLT’s critically acclaimed weekly broadcast concert series, “Nashville Sunday Night.” “It... Read More

THE WILD FEATHERS LIVE AT THE RYMAN HITTING THE RACKS FOR RECORD STORE DAY BLACK FRIDAY

In June, local favorites the Wild Feathers wowed an eager audience with a sold-out, homecoming performance at the Ryman Auditorium. For those that remember the show fondly, and those that missed out on the special night, now there’s a chance to pick up a platter-fied document of the evening. The Wild Feathers Live at the Ryman will be hitting the record racks on Record Store Day Black... Read More

East Nashville Little League All-Stars Head to State Tournament

  When the East Nashville Little League All-Stars battled their way to a 10-0 win over Murfreesboro this past weekend, it wasn’t just an isolated victory. As winners of the district championship, the East Nashville ballclub won the right to advance to the state tournament, and it was a confirmation of the astounding comeback that East Nashville Little League has achieved in... Read More

Gee, It’s Good To Be Back Home: The Wild Feathers At The Ryman

One of Nashville’s top candidates for “Next Big Thing,” The Wild Feathers made a return to their hometown on Saturday night with a triumphant show at Music City’s most venerable venue, the Ryman Auditorium. It was a show that brought adoration from the audience and provided ample proof that the Feathers are evolving into a band truly worthy of the hype that has... Read More

Wild Times On The Thirth: East Nashville’s Biggest Block Party Brings Music & More

  With the approach of another 4th of July holiday, East Nashville is gearing up for the 15th annual Thirth of July. On the 3rd of July, starting at 2 p.m., North 12th Street, between Ordway and Calvin, is ground zero for East Nashville’s biggest block party of the year. This year’s musical line-up includes Nashville surf-rock legends Thee Phantom 5ive, award-winning Americana... Read More

MAYDAY BAASH THIS WEEKEND

Bassh, the Nashville-based duo featuring Jimmy Brown and C.J. Hardee of the folk-rock combo Matrimony, will be playing songs from their upcoming debut release on Antler Records this Sunday on the third day of the Basement East’s Mayday celebration. Tickets are available at http://sho.wth.is/ChillWitch-at-MayDay In honor of their “Day 3” appearance the duet shared three each of favorite... Read More

Steve Dawson Bring Solid States and Loose Ends to The Basement

When Steve Dawson turned his attention to recording his newest solo album, he decided to create a mixture of his two homes. “I’ve lived in Canada for most of life,” Dawson says. “So I gathered up several of the Canadian musicians I know that live in Nashville and combined that with some of the best Nashville players.” The result of this cross-border collaboration,... Read More

Writer’s Kinship

The Porch Writers’ Collective presents an evening with Mary Karr and Rodney Crowell The Porch Writers’ Collective, “Nashville independent center for writing.” is hosting their second annual fundraiser this Saturday with a program featuring bestselling memoirist and songwriter Mary Karr and Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Rodney Crowell. "Kinship: An Evening with... Read More

Eight O’Five Jive: Jumping the blues from Nashville to Memphis

  It’s a Wednesday night in the basement practice room of Lee Shropshire’s and Andy Scheinman’s Inglewood home. The five musicians in the band Eight O’Five Jive are running through their version of Joe Liggins’ 1953 R&B hit “Drunk.” It’s a sly ode to the wonders and perils of inebriation, driven by a persistent rhythm and a... Read More

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