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Vol. IX Issue 1 - September-October 2018

THE WHOLE DAMN FAMILY

John Prine’s Oh Boy Records is once again redrawing the indie-label blueprint Read More

THE WHOLE DAMN FAMILY

John Prine’s Oh Boy Records is once again redrawing the indie-label blueprint

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25 YEARS IN A FIVE-YEAR TOWN

Journeys with Tim Carroll

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THE VINYL FRONTIER

Ben Blackwell, Third Man’s resident ‘psychedelic stooge,’ steers the label’s vinyl ship

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CAN’T KNOCK THE HUSTLE

Talking 10 years of hip-hop classics with The Boom Bap’s DJ Case Bloom

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BY ANY OTHER NAME

Cold Lunch Recordings gets dirty looking for Nashville’s next great rock bands

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NOT ANOTHER NASHVILLE STORY

Brenda Colladay has spent a career documenting country music — and Nashville itself

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CURATING THE VIBE

Music advocate Kari Leigh Ames sets the stage for creativity, from behind the scenes

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MUDDY NEVER SLEEPS

With his DIY music empire Muddy Roots, Jason Galaz is building special musical moments, from East Nashville to Western Europe

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VINYL IS DEAD, LONG LIVE VINYL!

Drew Holcomb’s Magnolia Record Club rides the wave of the record renaissance

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NO PLACE LIKE HOME

With plug-and-play rehearsing, recording, performing space, and more, HOME aims to be a base for Nashville’s music makers

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MUSIC CITY MAGIC MAKER

Manager and ‘Indiepop Princess’ Anna Lundy keeps plates and records spinning at Grimey’s

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FRESH CREAMER

Philip Creamer chased his classic-rock dreams from Texas to Tennessee, and found a home in East Nashville that’s just right

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‘EVERYBODY’S FILL-IN GUY’

Between top local acts and sold-out tribute shows, bassist Chase McGillis’ Nashville dance card is perpetually full

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THE SOUL OF WITT

Actor/musician Alicia Witt finds her people in East Nashville

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DAYDREAM BELIEVER

Rapper, producer, and second-generation musician Mike Floss writes a new Nashville story

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THE UBIQUITOUS JONELL MOSSER

Veteran Nashville artist Jonell Mosser is still singing with passion, pipes, and personality — and loving this town

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EDITOR’S LETTER

David vs. Goliath

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Astute OBSERVATIONS

Summer vacation? Hags, you’re a grown man!

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HISTORY Channeled

It Hurts So Much (To See You Go) The sad and almost forgotten saga of Evergreen Place

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East of NORMAL

An ode to The Clash (by a punk from Skynyrdville)

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Tales from the Gluten Highway

ROAD TRIP!

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Matters of Development

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The loss of ‘Nashville Arts’ hits East Nashville art community

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Artist in Profile: SCOTT GUION

Portrait of a punk-playing painter

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Bookish

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