Miranda Lambert Wins Big at CMA Awards

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  The 48th annual CMA Awards were held at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena and broadcast live on ABC last night.  Hosted by Brad Paisley and Carrie Underwood for the seventh year in a row, the show featured performances by Lady Antebellum, Tim McGraw, Little Big Town, Kacey Musgraves with Loretta Lynn, and many others. Miranda Lambert […]

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Foo Fighters Slay Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium

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These days, big shows are all about production – the brighter the lights and the larger the screens, the more likely artists are to keep fans entertained and on their feet. For the Foo Fighters, though, there’s no pyro required. In what was no doubt one of the venue’s most sought after shows, the band […]

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EP Premiere: Field Division, Reverie State

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The Artist: Folkwave duo Field Division - Evelyn Taylor and Nicholas Frampton – are from central Iowa, now living in Nashville. The Release: The debut EP Reverie State, produced by Konrad Snyder (Kopecky Family Band, Night Beds) and Benjamin Kaufman (Night Beds), and mastered by Joe LaPorta at Sterling Sound in NYC, will be out on October 28th on CD, […]

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Foo Fighters Announce Surprise Halloween Ryman Show

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Big news, Nashville! The Foo Fighters just announced a surprise show at Ryman Auditorium this Friday night. The special Halloween show marks the release of the Nashville episode of Sonic Highways, an HBO documentary series directed by Dave Grohl himself that explores the musical histories of eight different American cities. Previous cities include Chicago and […]

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Photos: Beck At Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium, July 14, 2014

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Beck and Sean Lennon’s Ghost of a Saber Tooth Tiger performed at Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium on July 14, 2014. Beck’s Set List: The Golden Age Blackbird Chain Lost Cause Don’t Let it Go Say Goodbye Country Down Blue Moon Devil’s Haircut Soul of a Man Modern Guilt Novacane / One Foot In The Grave Black […]

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Nashville’s Music City Roots Finds A New Home

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After four years at the Loveless Barn, the popular variety show Music City Roots is moving to a new venue. The inaugural show will take place tonight in Liberty Hall at The Factory at Franklin, and will be broadcast live on Hippie Radio 94.5 FM. The sold out show will feature performances by Emmylou Harris, […]

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Guest Blog: How Nashville’s Economic Boom Could Kill Its Creativity

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This article originally appeared on the website SavingCountryMusic.com. Last week, one of the big stories in Nashville’s music scene became the potential bulldozing of Music Row’s historic Studio ‘A’, currently under the care of musician Ben Folds who’s been renting and upkeeping the space for the last dozen years. Studio ‘A’ has been in service […]

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Photos: Jeff Tweedy At The Ryman Auditorium, Nashville, TN 6/24/14

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Daily Discovery: Joseph LeMay, “You Still Do It”

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Joseph LeMay wrote his album “Seventeen Acres” in the most authentic of environments, his 17 acre property in rural Tennessee. His music embodies the story-teller tradition of country/roots music. His sound harkens back to a calmer, peaceful era and creates a timelessness that makes it easy to engage the listener. ARTIST: Joseph LeMay SONG: “You […]

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Daily Discovery: Steve Everett, “Chemical Weapon”

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Steve Everett is a Nashville based artist who has released 2 EP’s and an album. His 2012 release, “Reciprocity,” garnered critical acclaim and was nominated for the 2013 Independent Music Awards “Album of the Year.” He is currently touring, and you can find a show near you here. ARTIST: Steve Everett SONG: “Chemical Weapon“ BIRTHDATE: 11/28/1984 […]

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Review: Morrissey At Nashville’s Ryman Auditorium

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Every day is like Sunday, except when Morrissey is in town. Then it’s a cause for celebration. It had been far too long since the King of Mope Rock gazed upon his constituents. After canceling his planned appearance at Nashville twice due to illness, the former Smiths frontman, newly minted author, and Oscar Wilde-esque solo artist […]

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