At Nashville's Brooklyn Bowl, Holly Humberstone made sure to touch on several of the songs we knew while leaving us hungry for more.
Suzanne Santo is currently on tour and will make a stop in Nashville for a show at City Winery on Friday, April 1st.
The music industry networking and TED Talk styled event, WHO KNEW, is returning live to Nashville's City Winery on March 30. For a preview, East of 8th did a Q&A with WHO KNEW's founder, Tom Truitt.
Building on the release of his new album Inner Shibori, Jesse Correll will be performing live on February 11 at City Winery in Nashville, TN. Get all the details about Correll, the new album, and the concert in our show preview!
At Nashville's The East Room, singer/songwriter Lauryn Peacock gave listeners an intimate look at her latest album, I Know a Place.
The lines between indie, folk, alternative, and pop rock are becoming more subtle. Indie and alternative are leaning towards lighter, and often, dreamier tones. Folk rock is seeing an explosion of electronic instrumentation. This evolution gives a keen artist the necessary space to push boundaries and create distinct sounds. Jealous of the Birds, the musical... Continue Reading →
It’s no secret that the current rock scene is plagued by dilution. The word “rock” always comes with a qualifier: indie rock, pop rock, electro rock—all great, but not rock. Fortunately, there are a few bands that still hold the rock banner high and fight for your right to hear thundering guitar riffs, driving bass... Continue Reading →
In art, there are erasers or fresh coats of paint to cover mistakes. In theater, there are dress rehearsals before the final performance. There are even do-overs in golf (called mulligans). However, in life, we really only have one shot to get it right, because, as some say, you can't put the toothpaste back in... Continue Reading →
If there's one thing we know about time it's that there's never enough of it--a valuable commodity that you can spend, but there's a hard and fast no return policy, which is why it must be spent wisely. Another thing we know for sure is that love is risky; is it worth the risk to... Continue Reading →
I've been told all my life, ‘Oh, you should be a singer.’ I've never thought of anything else,” says Nashville-based artist Devon Heath, who will release his latest EP, Gathering The Good, on August 3rd. As it goes, Heath’s path has been a long and winding road, one that began in a tiny town in West... Continue Reading →