Day 3 of the 2022 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival brought us Tool, Billy Strings, CHVRCHES, Marc Rebillet, and Shannon & The Clams. We've also included a sneak peek of our coverage of the famous Bonnaroo SuperJam!
Day 2 of the 2022 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival included an array of music gems including The Chicks, King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard, Robert Plant & Alison Krauss, Goose, Lord Huron, The War on Drugs, Maggie Rose, Tai Verdes, Southern Avenue, Bleachers, and Briston Maroney. Check out our full recap and photos!
This summer saw the triumphant return of The Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. Our first-day recap for 2022 includes Bren Joy, CloZee, Goth Babe, and The Brook and The Bluff!
At Nashville's Brooklyn Bowl, Holly Humberstone made sure to touch on several of the songs we knew while leaving us hungry for more.
At Nashville's Hight Watt, Katelyn Tarver balanced vulnerable introspection with growth, empowerment, and resolve. The result was an evening full of sad songs which was a whole lot of fun.
Vacation Manor’s recent Mercy Lounge stopover was more than a concert-it was a reunion between the band and its fans.
Rooftop concert season in Nashville came to a close with a special concert featuring Bryce Fox, Sam Johnston, and Savanna Leigh. In his first Nashville concert, Fox made sure to leave everyone with plenty of memories to talk about and a serious desire to hear what’s yet to come.
After a non-stop concert schedule on the first day of the 2019 Mempho Music Festival, Sunday allowed more time to take in the scene. From local craft beer to artists painting on large canvases, the festival offered a taste of Memphis. With an ice-cold Meddlesome Brewing IPA in hand and a thorough lap of the... Continue Reading →
East of 8th's coverage of the 2019 Mempho Music Festival including Margo Price, Matt Maeson, Reignwolf, Wu-Tang Clan & more!
Shadows, whether cast in real life or internally cloaking the soul, can obscure even the brightest lights. They magnify the mystery of the unknown and twist the shape of the familiar. In many ways the shadows blanketing Rose of the West’s recent set at Nashville’s High Watt served as a fitting metaphor for the band... Continue Reading →