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Happenings /// Live On the Green 2016 - Week 3 -The Record Company, Kurt Vile & the Violators, Dawes

We’ve reached our final standalone evening of Live on the Green 2016, as next week marks the final installment – three days of music on the courthouse lawn, and scads upon scads of people coming in town to take advantage of the whole “free” aspect of the concert series. 93 more words

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Happenings /// EZTV at The End, August 18th

There are a myriad of ways that lend credence to the long run success of touring bands when peering into the crystal ball of their future – a meteoric debut track, an inescapable social presence, etc. 400 more words

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Nashville Five /// Corey Leiter

Reverence toward the written word is an affinity that’s become increasingly absent within the matrimony of music and songwriting; one demands less of the other, and there’s rarely a balance with regard to form over function. 478 more words

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Happenings /// Live On the Green 2016 - Week 2 -JR JR, Passenger, Jenny Lewis

Where week one of Live on the Green saw the evening’s acts ease into a soulful sense of cultural conversation and groove-y moves, week two’s lineup felt decidedly more mellow – as indicated by… 98 more words

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Feature /// Sarah Potenza on being a 'Monster.'

Whatever you do, don’t do Sarah Potenza the disservice of comparing her to Janis Joplin.

Yes, she is a blues singer. Sure, she’s got a hell of a lot of soul. 1,905 more words

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Feature /// EZTV's Ezra Tenenbaum and Michael Stasiak

Have you ever heard of power-pop? I’d be the first to admit, I was wholly in the dark as far as what the hell differentiated power-pop from pop-rock or indie-pop, but upon some additional digging and extended exposure to one such bastion of power-pop, … 766 more words

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Nashville Five /// Modern Inventors

You know what Nashville doesn’t have enough of? Psychedelic soul bands. Seriously, of all the bands and groups that seem to crop up instantaneously every day, all Nashville needs is someone with the airy vocal timbre of Kevin Parker, but the cool aesthetic of The Roots on ayahuasca. 976 more words

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