Articles tagged nashville

“Feeling the Notes”: An Interview with Anderson East

With his album Delilahon the horizon, Anderson East talks with PopMatters about the lead single "Satisfy Me" and connecting in the Nashville music scene.

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KiND - “Run Wild” (audio) (Premiere)

Summery synth sounds meet a "Fresh Prince of Bel Air-esque bassline" on "Run Wild", the new single by the Nashville indie pop outfit KiND.

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Country Fried Rock: Year of October

When you dive into Bandcamp to find new music outside of your normal circles, you sometimes hit paydirt. Enter: Year of October.

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Woody Pines - “Little Stella Blue” (audio) (Premiere)

Nashville troubadour Woody Pines' "Little Stella Blue" is a touching tribute to his niece, the titular Stella, who battled a rare form of cancer at a young age.

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Country Fried Rock: Sam Lewis Interview

With a country soul voice complemented by some of Nashville's top session and touring players, Sam Lewis's original songs sparkle.

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Blackfoot Gypsies - “Under My Skin” (video) (Premiere)

Ritualistic chicken murder and devilish uses of a voodoo doll: these are just a few things found in the music video for the swampy blues rock of the Nashville group Blackfoot Gypsies.

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The Grahams - “Biscuits” (audio) (Premiere)

"Biscuits" is a musical exercise in the "earthy appreciation of sensual pleasures" by the Brooklyn/Nashville duo the Grahams.

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Sam Lewis - “Little Time” (video) (Premiere)

Watch the Nashville transplant Sam Lewis play a stripped-down version of "Little Time", a number from his forthcoming Waiting on You LP.

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Ryan Culwell - “I Think I’ll Be Their God” (video) (Premiere)

Ryan Culwell strolls and sings through a Nashville construction site in his latest music video, "I Think I'll Be Their God".

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Fable Cry - “Onion Grin” (audio) (Premiere)

For a bleak yet wildly fun cabaret tale that mishmashes the styles of Gogol Bordello and Danny Elfman, Fable Cry's "Onion Grin" will do just the trick.

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‘Producing Country’ Is Great Oral History

This is an exceptional read on how records get made. We learn how producers coaxed great performances, made power deals, and generally had a good time.

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‘Outlaw’ Is an Entertaining, Authoritative Account of Nashville’s Rebel Years

Three of country music's biggest names, Waylon Jennings, Willie Nelson and Kris Kristofferson, and how they changed one of America's most conservative music scenes.

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Will Hoge is one of many who came to Nashville looking for a big break in Music City. Safe money is on his not anticipating receiving it via a van collision.

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8 Sep 2010 // 9:59 PM

Jerry Castle: Don’t Even Ask

Castle is a singer whose potential is inversely proportional to his inability to shrug off the conventions of middle-of-the-road country music.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Robert Altman’s films never told us what to think or feel. The Kansas City-born director — of classics like “McCabe and Mrs.

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“Gone Country” and Hoping to Make It Back Alive

Going to Nashville to become country at this point is a little like going to New York City to become the Velvet Underground.

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13 Sep 2007 // 5:06 AM

The first new show of the fall season makes a quiet entrance Friday night, which is about right for a harmless, featherweight series. That would

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Part 3: The Stellar ‘70s

When it comes to post-modern moviemaking, everyone stereotypes the Me Decade as the genre's defining moment. In this case -- as illustrated by the 10 films that represent it -- the categorization is more than accurate.

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Solomon Burke: Nashville

Call the music on Nashville roots, Americana, country, blues or any combination thereof; the album is a transcendental listening experience irrespective of genre.

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23 Mar 2005 // 11:00 PM

	Josh Rouse: Nashville

Josh Rouse cements his reputation as a superb artist in the vein of Aimee Mann or Jackson Browne, but with more musical variety.

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A Chat with José González at Newport Folk Festival

// Notes from the Road

"José González's sets during Newport Folk Festival weren't on his birthday (that is today) but each looked to be a special intimate performance.

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