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Wed., Sep. 17 - “There’s no sense to stopping now,” Ethan Johns sang on the closing song of his first solo album, 2013’s aptly titled If Not Now Then When? “I may take the long way round.”
Wed., Sep. 17 - “This is a record that takes me back to some of the creative heights we achieved in Wilco,” says producer Ken Coomer about Sons of Bill’s latest LP Love and Logic, due out on Thirty Tigers September 30, 2014.
Wed., Sep. 17 - About Andrew Combs: Andrew Combs is a songwriter, guitarist, and singer who lives in Nashville. About Matthew Perryman Jones: Matthew Perryman Jones has a voice that calls out with intensity, truth and emotion.
The Southern Cafe & Music Hall Presents - “Greensky Bluegrass After Party with the Kings of Belmont”
Wed., Sep. 17 - The Kings of Belmont are disciples of Rock and Roll.
Tue., Sep. 16 - When Slaid Cleaves moved from Portland, Maine, to Austin, Texas, at the tail end of 1991, he landed on South Lamar Boulevard, a few blocks from the legendarily seedy Horseshoe Lounge.
Tue., Sep. 16 - Carl Anderson is a 26 year-old Virginia native now living in Nashville, Tennessee.
Tue., Sep. 16 - Rub-ble-buck-et [ru-bul-buck-it] Noun
Tue., Sep. 16 - It’s not all that unusual for musicians to talk the talk about taking a less-is-more approach to their work – but it’s rare indeed for artists to really walk the walk, and apply that philosophy across the board.
Tue., Sep. 16 - If you're familiar with bluegrass music, then you're tuned in to some of what Greensky Bluegrass does.