At Nashville's Ryman Auditorium, Regina Spektor kept the room in awe of her virtuosic piano playing, her songwriting wit that frequently surpasses the listener’s ability to keep up, her regal stage presence that commands your attention, and her pool of creativity that never seems to run dry.
Veteran southern rockers, Blackberry Smoke, brought a raucous party to the Ryman, feeding off the energy of the sold out crowd!
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.
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A short time ago, a friend sent me a Spotify link and told me to check out an artist named Lennon Stella. The link came with almost no details except... Continue Reading →
Haw River Ballroom was recently treated to a double-billed funk invasion featuring Turkuaz and Lettuce—these vastly talented groups bring the promise of hard-hitting basslines, sizzling horns, and jazzy guitar riffs.... Continue Reading →
It’s no longer a secret that Nashville’s music scene is more than a love-hate relationship with its country music stereotype. With indie and alternative rock now a dominating force, the... Continue Reading →