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Happenings /// An Evening with Bob Weir at Ryman Auditorium, 10/19

To say the Ryman stage has seen more than its fair share of legends grace its stage would be like saying the Atlantic Ocean has seen its fair share of fish – its one of the few places anywhere that legendary acts cavorting about atop those old Opry boards are a dime a dozen. 660 more words


Happenings /// The Head and the Heart at Ryman Auditorium, 10/16

There was a time when the Ryman seemed to be a little confused as to what acts might play out best on the former Grand Ole Opry stage, as bands like… 694 more words

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Feature /// Trevor Sensor on 'Mind & Cosmos,' Irony and iPhones.

Trevor Sensor likes to read – and that’s meant to sound innocuous, as the depth and breadth of what Sensor prefers to indulge in revolves around what less inspired bibliophiles might call “high brow” or even worse “boring,” which may be the case for those that are quick to ascribe labels to books that baffle them, but there’s an erudite openness to Trevor’s intellectual indulgence. 839 more words


Nashville Five /// Brent Cobb

Its high time Brent Cobb started getting his propers – his recent LP Shine On Rainy Day is just about all anyone is talking about around town when it comes to recent record releases, and he’ll be opening for Chris Stapleton in front of a sold out Ascend Amphitheater crowd this Saturday. 513 more words


Happenings /// Darlingside at The High Watt, 10/6

Americanafest may be a few weeks behind us at this point, but it would be hasty to say that the NPR listener’s dream festival’s conclusion would preclude any other folk/Americana show coming through town from surpassing the bevy of bang-up showcases from the festival. 794 more words


Happenings /// Whitney at Exit/In, 10/3

It feels like its been a while since Exit/In saw a sold-out show– Angel Olsen did it earlier this year, but that was on pure power of indie prowess, a recent record release (literally the day of, or at least within days of) and pre-sale magic as Olsen’s tour took advantage of one of the earliest tour season debuts (which isn’t to say that anything should be taken away from such an achievement) – and shows near such a feat (or more specifically, a show 20 tickets away from reaching the house cap) seem fewer and farther between. 830 more words


Feature /// Emma Hern

What’s that statistic that has everyone in town shaking in their boots? Something along the lines of 180 people moving to Nashville every day? Or is it 80? 617 more words

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