Wild Bill See, Joshua F. Smith and Savannah Wheatley are the Jackillacs. Their recently released sophomore album, Many Hats, stands on a hilltop where blues, country and garage-rock cross paths. The band promotes itself as an Americana band “from the hills of Tennessee.”
Highland Kites is kick-starting the beginning of a new event series in Nashville that will feature indie artists. The ultimate goal is to create a more intimate setting for artists and fans.
Kirkwood Live released a full video session of Fulton Lee at The Walnut House, featuring exclusive interview footage with Garret Hayes and Daniel Yocum.
It’s been a hell of a week. I have a hot new review up on Two Story Melody. Check it out! Worlds Takes Us Back in Time with “Watchin” I’m surprised at how […]
Another review for the books! I’ve been crazy busy for the past few weeks, getting things ready for the launch of my new series, “Women of the Waveform”. Still, I’m paying my dues and pulling […]
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Threat Fest is coming back to Smyrna on Aug. 24 and 25 with a lineup of some of the hottest indie/hardcore rock bands in Middle Tennessee. It’ll be the fourth installment of the music festival hosted by Idle Threat, a band that belongs to Nashville’s thriving roster of musicians. Threat Fest is locked and loaded with a stunning cast of 29 bands packed into an exciting weekend. (The Murfreesboro Pulse)