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Happenings /// The Kills at Marathon Music Works, 9/14

If there’s one aspect of music writing that makes any music writer worth their weight in words writhe with discomfort, its the seeming necessary process of labeling a band; at times labels – er go, “descriptors” – for bands can be fun and whimsical, but most of the times end up being slights that serve less purpose than intended. 512 more words

Nashville Music Blog

Happenings /// Sylvan Esso at Marathon Music Works, 9/8

If you read our Festival Recap for Forecastle 2016, then you’ll remember that Sylvan Esso was easily the best set that happened on the precariously placed “Ocean Stage.” The festival’s most central stage – situated underneath an interstate overpass – harboring countless teens wobbling and wandering on the last of their summer wine, gyrating with fervor to Sylvan Esso standards “Coffee” and “Play it Right.” 700 more words

Nashville Music Blog


Colorado singer/songwriter Gregory Alan Isakov took the stage at Marathon Music Works in Nashville before a packed house recently; the artist has made a quite name for himself over the years as a folk singer, making tunes that paint beautiful pictures of the mountains and meanderings of the landscape of his adopted home state. 559 more words

New Music

Concert Review: Pandora Country

CMA Fest kicked off on Wednesday night here in Nashville, but it was worth being in town the night before to experience the Pandora Country concert at Marathon Music Works. 1,712 more words

Country Music

April concerts you can afford to go to

April is full of plenty of non-country concerts. Each of these concerts features artists currently touring worldwide and playing on national radio stations for no more than $25. 585 more words

Concerts & Music Festivals

Nuit Belge - Nashville March 12th 2016

Nuit Belge – Nashville March 12th 2016


Nuit Belge returns to Nashville for year two on March 12, 2016 and will once again be hosted at Marathon Music Works. 344 more words

Nashville TN

Where you once could've gotten a car for $1000, go on a shopping spree for about the same price

One hundred years ago Marathon Motors was manufacturing cars in the buildings that make up Marathon Village. Today things are still being made and sold; they just fall more along the lines of lattes and leather boots. 614 more words