Posts made in July, 2016

Album Features.

Album Features.

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Mark Chesnutt Tradition Lives

So folks you know how I do this kind of thing in bulk articles and I truly hope that these help you discover some really good bands and albums. But inside this edition of my album features I’m sure you have pretty much heard of most of the artists on this one, if not don’t be ashamed.

This first one is one that I have been eagerly awaiting for a LONG TIME NOW and it’s been well worth waiting every minute of the trip. For six years I have been waiting for this man’s fifteenth studio album thats completely sounds like it came from the late 80’s and that’s NOT a put down! He has 14 No. 1 hits, 23 top ten singles, four platinum albums and five gold records to his credit.

“Tradition Lives” is aptly named because from the very first song the album “I Got A Quarter In My Pocket” you are taken through a Honky Tonk and steel guitar infused gut wrenching album that will become a classic hands down. It’s full of fiddle and steel and slow ballads about “Is It Still Cheating”. I mean this album has all the bells and whistles of a diamond in the rough in a sea of crappy mainstream music and country rap (whatever that is).

“He and I hooked up at a time when not a lot of people had a lot of faith in me anymore because I stayed ‘country’ when the industry was going the other way,” Chesnutt says of Ritchey. “I needed somebody like Jimmy who really believed in my kind of country music.” So Mark Chesnutt has enlisted the help of Jimmy Ritchey to produce this album for him. Honestly this entire album is an absolute treasure in every way, I couldn’t find ONE negative thing to say about any of it.

It has some pretty upbeat tunes like “She Oughta Miss Me By Now” which sounds like it came right out of 1990 when Mark Chesnutt was more prominently on the forefront of the media and not ignored like he is now. Nice piano playing and backing music to a well written song that is easy to relate with. As well as the song “Hot”…I mean as I write this it is like 105 outside lately! This summer has been absolutely brutally hot and messed up the fishing….too hot to fish, to hot for golf and too cold at home?

The hardest honky tonker on the album is “Never Been To Texas” which is a true statement about beer joints and classic Country still being wanted by society today. It’s basically a shame on you Music Row people, you can keep your baseball cap wearing beach ball boppers and let us adults eat peanuts and listen to cheating songs. It’s full of more twang than any album I have heard in 2016 so far.

The album ends with a soulful ballad that showcases his voice extremely well, and honestly I noticed his form has not faltered in the years absence here. He released a truly stellar thirteen song strong album. Everything about this album has exceeded my expectations!

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Rob Baird Wrong Side Of The River

I first heard of this man’s music in 2013 after his debut album “I Swear It’s The Truth” came out and met some truly high critical acclaim. I have enjoyed his music ever since and when I heard of this album I was equally happy about it, I love the direction of this album. Pretty much classic Americana music in every way, with great toe tapping songs like “Mercy Me”.

For only being 28 he has already become a prominent fixture on the Texas music scene for a few years now. “Run Of Good Luck” was the best song on the album in my opinion, I just really enjoyed the melody and the music. It is truly a well written song, however this album could have used a few more on it. It misses the mark for me at only 10 songs BUT the 10 songs that ARE on the album are good.

“Wrong Side Of The River” is a really good song I like his voice on this song and I liked the guitar tones on this song, along with the song “Oklahoma” both songs are really upbeat and real. All of the songs on this album are also over 3:30 and that’s something I really look for in my music, unless the song is not relevant for that over the 3 minute mark. “Horses” is a really good song in fact it’s probably the second best song on the album.

The album closes with slower songs “When I Go” and “Cowboy Cliche” I liked the steel and tempo of the song When I Go and the later of the two showcased his voice really well. He has a distinguished smooth voice you can pick out of a crowd of other singers.

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Dallas Wayne Songs The Jukebox Taught Me.

After ten albums of mostly all original material Mr. Dallas has released an album of cover songs that heavily influenced him. I truly related to this album because those songs and artists also equally influenced me as well in many ways and it included some people that influenced me as a youth and continue to do so today.

This album is a gigantic tribute to Country Music at a whopping 14 songs of what is perhaps Dallas Wayne’s finest vocal offering yet, in the fact that this is produced really well and mixed even better. His voice has gotten better in the years and blends REALLY well with Miss Paula Nelson with “Yesterday’s Gone” and that is followed by “Sea Of Heartbreak” made popular by Don Gibson and wrote by Paul Hampton.

The album opens with “Your Time’s Coming” made popular by Faron Young and wrote by one of my favorite writers Shel Silverstein and Kris Kristofferson. That song also included Willie Nelson, but that song was followed by a REALLY good version of “Who’ll Turn Out The Lights In Your World Tonight” by Mel Street. My favorite version was recorded by Ronnie Milsap in the 1980’s.

There is a true classic Del Reeves song “One Dime At A Time” which has great fiddle solos and piano, once again Heart Of Texas Records knocked it out of the ballpark here with Mr. Dallas Wayne. Not only is his presence on XM radio stellar but his preservation of Traditonal Country Music is appreciated here on this website. Also with songs like “It Doesn’t Seem To Matter” with Country Legend Jeannie Seely this album truly beyond pleased me personally.

My friend Glenn Douglass Tubb wrote a truly timeless classic he does on this album “Skip A Rope”. Now this song was originally done by Henson Cargill in days of old..truly an original classic tune that will never go out of style to me. “Eleven Roses” brings us Miss Mona and Mr. Darrell McCall, that name McCall is a legendary name within the ranks of Country Music to me and I couldn’t think of a finer way to cover that Hank Williams Junior classic.

The album closes with a old Waylon Jennings tune “Stop The World And Let Me Off” back when Waylon was being produced by Chet Atkins when they were trying to make Waylon conform to the Nashville sound. Honestly I do enjoy some of those earlier recordings that hardcore Waylon fans don’t always like.

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Robbie Fulks: Upland Stories

This album is one of Bloodshot’s finest offerings this month, I mean they have released some truly great albums this year so far and this album is NO slouch. It opens with a good song called “Alabama At Night” follwed with a catchy well written song about growing up with family called “Baby Rocked Her Dolly”. It has some really good steel folk rootsy sounds within it’s lyrics of mighty fine songwriting.

“Sarah Jane” has some impressive guitar playing in it I really enjoyed the picking it reminded me of some early James Taylor type music. You can see many influences within his soul on this album here which was recorded by Steve Albini. “Aunt Peg’s New Man” was a great Bluegrass song that shows us his Bluegrass style that he had during his tenure with the Bluegrass band “Special Consensus”.

The 12 songs on this album kind of go all over the place like the banjo filled “America’s A Hard Religion” with folk tunes and roots and Country, however it’s certainly not his well known gritty Honky Tonk Country that I identified with in his earlier work. He was and still is one of the most heralded alt-country performers around.

The last song on the album was a really good one “Fare Thee Well California Gals” I like those acoustic folky type songs full of strumming guitar and good words. I like to have to listen close to the words to read the stories within the picture. I strongly suggest this album in your collection.

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Johnny Lee: You Ain’t Never Been To Texas

This album is chocked full of new songs from a Country Music icon from the Texas scene Johnny Lee. It opens with a really awesome western swing song called “Lonesome Love List” and another great song is “Who’s Left Who’s Right”. The song is full of great steel guitar sounds and some rock guitars as well.

I really didn’t care for the song “Deep Water” but that negative feeling was quickly redeemed by the song ” Never Been To Texas”. That song really painted a fantastic picture in my head and that is what I look for in a song. I think a song is paint and your mind is a canvas and I want that song to paint a vivid picture for me.

“Good Lovin Woman Bad” is a really awesome rocking more modern sounding song which the last half of the album is filled with like the politically incorrect song “Bullets First”. I am truly satisfied with this album and I hope he offers more new material in the coming years, however it’s not on my top 50 list. It is within honorable mention though.

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2016 Music Festivals: The So-Cal Hoedown.

2016 Music Festivals: The So-Cal Hoedown.

Americana Fest
Muddy Roots
Crooked Smile Fall Fest

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The So-Cal Hoedown is going to be a really huge 4 stage outdoor festival, that will be coming to the streets of downtown Santa Ana California. One of the differences about this particular festival is the fact that ALL of the acts I will include on this roster will all be performing the same day, August 13th.

Another distinctive quality about this festival was the reasonable price of 25.00 for general admission, 45.00 and 55.00 for the premium VIP package. As always I’ll be including a link on here for you to buy tickets HERE.

Here is the lineup for this festival this day:

Wanda Jackson
Shooter Jennings With Waymore’s Outlaws
Throw Rag
Nekromantix
Supersuckers
Cadillac Tramps
The Blasters
Slim Jim Phantom
Slim Cesna’s Auto Club
Roger Alan Wade
The Freightshakers
Deadbolt
Eddie And Reckless
The Sun Demons
Mink Daggers
The Cornfed Project
The Street Walkin Cheetahs
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Galactic Polecats
Thirsty Crows
Tiki Bandits
7 Letter Words
pope Paul And The Illegals
Heartbreak Express
Outlaw Daddies
Slaughterhousers

Event is located in Downtown Santa Ana – The event entrance is located on French St at the corner of 4th St.

We are taking over 4+ city blocks, the main stage will be outside with three additional indoor stages. There will be a lowbrow art exhibit, a pinup contest and two burlesque shows. Tons of classic cars, dozens of food trucks and tons of vendors that will line the streets of Downtown Santa Ana for a one of a kind event that you wont want to miss!

Event will be indoor/outdoor and include the following properties
The Yost Theater
The 1912
Diego’s Rock-N-Roll Bar & Eats
The Underground DTSA
Festival Hall

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PLEASE Help Mikey Dehlin From The Gallows From House Fire Damage.

PLEASE Help Mikey Dehlin From The Gallows From House Fire Damage.

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I tell you what folks I will make this article brief and helpful, as I shall be sharing this AND direct links to the Gofundme account for Mr. Mikey Dehlin AKA Mikey Classic. Mr. Mikey is the frontman for the band the Goddamn Gallows which is a great band that I feature on here frequently. They are currently overseas playing the final portions of their biggest tour ever when Mr. Mikey’s home back in America caught on fire.

I First heard early yesterday early morning via social media that he got a text from his landlord that Friday evening his Chicago apartment was totally engulfed and all of his belongings are gone besides what he has with him on tour. In many cases I am not too hip on Gofundme but in an instance such as this I think the young lady that set this up should be commended and I plan to contribute on my next payday.

CLICK HERE TO DONATE

This band has always been very good to me and has always been kind enough to allow my website to feature their shows and their music. Their shows are always very energetic and high octane. I strongly urge each and every one of you to share this and help any way you can.

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Americana Fest 2016.

Americana Fest 2016.

Americana Fest
Muddy Roots
Crooked Smile Fall Fest

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Folks I’ll be honest I don’t even know WHERE to begin on this project that happens right here in town every September at different venues all over town. It’s physically impossible to cover the entire festival every year and honestly I prefer to do the majority of my work alone. So this September in Nashville I shall be attending this huge event all over town during different times.

I’m going to try my best to provide all the best information about this huge festival like I do all the others in this format that I have for festivals. So if you are familiar with this event and how it works HERE is where you can buy your wristband or your whole event pass to see all the shows. NOW I will tell you this if you have a wristband and the specific event you want is full from conference holders you WILL NOT be able to see the show, some of the official venues are small in capacity and I have gone through this myself even with a media pass.

So this year this is the official list of venues involved with Americana Fest in some form:

3rd And Lindsley
The 5 Spot
12th And Porter
The Basement And Basement East
Cannery Ballroom
City Winery
Family Wash
The High Watt
Mercy Lounge
Music City Roots at the Factory at Franklin
Station Inn
Third Man

The Sheraton Hotel downtown is the official hotel of the event this year. And also here are a ton of other hotels to stay at in Nashville within driving distance of the venues, pretty much everything is not very far here. I’m going to add to this list as time progresses and I always do research to add to the list here, like I said this is a big event and pretty much is the better alternative to CMA Fest. For downtown hotels click HERE that link has around 20 hotels.

Club Hotel Nashville Inn And Suites
Country Inn And Suites Opryland North
Best Western Opryland
Holiday Inn Express Opryland
Airport Super 8 Opryland
Courtyard Nashville
Hampton Inn And Suites
Guest House Inn
Days Inn Opryland
Fiddler’s Inn Opryland

So as of this far the Americana Association has announced the second round of featured acts for the festival and right  now I am still checking out which acts will be at which venue, and will have an extensive schedule by the end of August for you.. The second  addition brings the 17th Annual AmericanaFest artist list to 121 and more than 180 artists will be announced by the first week in September. Recently Billboard magazine recognized Americana Music on their charts by creating a whole new area for it. It certainly created a milestone for music that websites like mine frequently feature.

This HUGE Nashville festival has about every artist I have EVER covered within the Americana circuit and Texas scene as well as some I recognize from Kansas City scenes and west coast too. This festival is SO large next year I’m planning on taking a week vacation to try to cover as much as possible within the ranks of this monstrosity.

About the Americana Music Association
The Americana Music Association is a professional not-for-profit trade organization whose mission is to advocate for the authentic voice of American roots music around the world. The Association produces events throughout the year; including the Americana Music Festival & Conference and the critically acclaimed Americana Honors & Awards program. The Americana Music Association receives enormous support from the Tennessee Department of Tourism, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp, Lagunitas Brewing Company, Music City Networks, Pandora, ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, SoundExchange, AT&T, and Yazoo Brewing Company, For more information, or to purchase an Americana Music Festival & Conference registration, please visit www.americanamusic.org
 
About AmericanaFest
The 17th annual Americana Music Festival & Conference will take place September 20-25, 2016. The event brings together fans and music industry professionals alike, offering six days of celebration through seminars, panels and networking opportunities by day and raw, battery recharging showcases each night. The Americana Honors & Awards Show is the featured performance of the festivities, taking place at the historic Ryman Auditorium. T Bone Burnett will be delivering the keynote speech.
10 String Symphony
Aaron Lee Tasjan
Allen Thompson Band
Amanda Shires
Amelia Curran
Amy Speace
Andrew Combs
Andrew Leahey & the Homestead
Anne McCue
Anthony D’Amato
Aoife O’Donovan
Applewood Road
Aubrie Sellers
Austin Lucas
B R U N S
Bart Crow
Baskery
Becca Mancari
Becky Warren
Ben de la Cour
Bill and the Belles
Billy Bragg & Joe Henry
Billy Strings
Birger Olsen
BJ Barham
Bobby Rush
Bonnie Bishop
Brandy Zdan
Brent Cobb
Brian Whelan
Brian Wright
Bruce Hornsby & The Noisemakers
Bryan Sutton
Buddy Miller
C.W. Stoneking
Caitlyn Smith
Cale Tyson
Caleb Caudle
Carl Anderson
Carson McHone
Carter Sampson
Cedric Burnside Project
Charlie Faye & The Fayettes
Chatham County Line
Chelle Rose
Christian Lopez
Ciaran Lavery
Cicada Rhythm
Dan Layus
Darrin Bradbury
David Ramirez
Dawn and Hawkes
Dead Horses
Derik Hultquist
Dex Romweber
Dietrich Strause
Dori Freeman
Dwight Yoakam 
Dylan LeBlanc
Eggs Over Easy
Erin Rae & The Meanwhiles
Frankie Lee
Front Country
Frontier Ruckus
Grant-Lee Phillips
Green River Ordinance
Grizzlee Train
Hackensaw Boys
High Plains Jamboree
Hollis Brown
Indianola
Indigo Girls
Jack Grelle
Jack Ingram
James McMurtry
Janiva Magness
Jared Deck
Jason D. Williams
Jason Eady
Jim Lauderdale
Jimmy LaFave
Joe Purdy
John Moreland
John Paul White
John Prine
Johnny Appleseed
Jon Latham
Jonathan Tyler
Kaia Kater
Kasey Chambers
Larkin Poe
Larry Campbell & Teresa Williams
LAU
Lee Ann Womack
Lewis & Leigh
Liz Longley
Lori McKenna
Lowland Hum
Lucie Silvas
Luke Bell
Lydia Loveless
Malcolm Holcombe
Mandolin Orange
Marlon Williams
Martin Sexton
Matt Haeck
Mayeux and Broussard
Memphis Ukulele Band
Michael Fracasso
Michaela Anne
Mindy Smith
Molly Parden
Moonsville Collective
Motel Mirrors
Muddy Magnolias
My Bubba
Nellie Clay
Nitty Gritty Dirt Band
Paper Bird
Parker Millsap
Paul Burch
Penny & Sparrow
Phil Cody
Phil Madeira’s Mercyland
Pony Bradshaw
Quiet Life
Reckless Kelly
Red Shahan
River Whyless
Rob Baird
Rob Ickes & Trey Hensley
Robbie Fulks
Robert Vincent
Rodney Crowell
Rose Cousins
Ruby Amanfu
Ruby Boots
Russell Morris
Ruston Kelly
Ryan Beaver
Ryan Boldt
Sam Bush
Sam Lewis
Sam Outlaw
Sammy Brue
Sara Watkins
Sarah Jarosz
Sarah Potenza
Sarah Shook & The Disarmers
Sean McConnell
Sean Rowe
Sean Watkins
Sera Cahoone
Seth Walker
Shane Nicholson
Shannon McNally
Shawn Colvin & Steve Earle
Shawn Mullins
Shelly Colvin
Sierra Hull
Smooth Hound Smith
Sonia Leigh
Sons of Bill
Statesboro Revue
Stationwagon
Steve Dawson
Steve Poltz
Sunny Sweeney
Susto
Syd Straw
Tami Neilson
Teddy Thompson & Kelly Jones
The Accidentals
The Americans
The Ballroom Thieves
The Bellfuries
The Black Lillies
The Bottle Rockets
The Cactus Blossoms
The Contenders
The Cordovas
The Fearless Kin
The Gibson Brothers
The Handsome Family
The Harpoonist & the Axe Murderer
The Honeycutters
The Infamous Stringdusters
The Lonely Heartstring Band
The Malpass Brothers
The O’Connor Band featuring Mark O’Connor
The Pines
The Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
The Secret Sisters
The Stray Birds
The Suitcase Junket
The Travelin’ McCourys
The Wild Reeds
Tim Easton
Tim O’Brien
Timothy B. Schmit
Tony Joe White
Town Mountain
Vandaveer
Wanda Jackson
Whitney Rose
Will Hoge
William Bell
William Clark Green
William the Conqueror
Willie Watson
Wynonna & The Big Noise
Yarn
Yola Carter

 

 The Americana Honors and Awards show on September 21, 2016 at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN is the celebrated program and  is the capstone event of “AmericanaFest,” the Americana Music Festival and  the Conference. Right now the members have already voted on who won each category and the nominees are as follows:

Album of the Year
Something More Than Free, Jason Isbell, Produced by Dave Cobb
The Ghosts of Highway 20, Lucinda Williams, Produced by Greg Leisz, Tom Overby and Lucinda Williams
The Very Last Day, Parker Millsap, Produced by Parker Millsap and Gary Paczosa
Traveller, Chris Stapleton, Produced by Dave Cobb and Chris Stapleton
Artist of the Year
Jason Isbell
Bonnie Raitt
Chris Stapleton
Lucinda Williams
Duo/Group of the Year
Alabama Shakes
Emmylou Harris & Rodney Crowell
Lake Street Dive
The Milk Carton Kids
Tedeschi Trucks Band
 
Emerging Artist of the Year
Leon Bridges
John Moreland
Margo Price
Nathaniel Rateliff & the Night Sweats
 
Song of the Year
“24 Frames” Jason Isbell
“Dime Store Cowgirl” Kacey Musgraves
“Hands Of Time” Margo Price
“S.O.B.”  Nathaniel Rateliff & The Nightsweats
 
Instrumentalist of the Year  
Cindy Cashdollar
Stuart Duncan
Jedd Hughes
Sara Watkins 
OK folks this from their website about a Spotify preview they have going on right now:
To help tailor your festival experience to your liking, we’ve curated a Spotify playlist featuring our stellar lineup this year. With more than 200 artists at over 14 venues across Music City, this event promises to live up to its reputation, having been described by MOJO Magazine as the “roots alternative to the GRAMMYs and South by Southwest.” Click here to get a taste of what’s in store!
HERE is a full list of schedules and shows so YOU can find YOUR favorite bands this week and I’ll be covering some of these shows to my best ability HELL there is NO WAY I can cover a festival this large.
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Fond Object Records

5:00 pm

The Basement

6:00 pm

The Family Wash

The Bluebird Cafe

ACME Feed & Seed

6:45 pm

The Bistro at Emma

7:00 pm

Ascend Amphitheater

The Basement

ACME Feed & Seed

8:00 pm

The Basement East

The Basement

City Winery – Nashville

9:00 pm

The 5 Spot

The Bluebird Cafe

The Basement

City Winery – Nashville

10:00 pm

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement

11:00 pm

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement

Wends:

 11:30 am

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

12:00 pm

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

12:15 pm

Alley Taps

5:00 pm

City Winery – Nashville

6:00 pm

The 5 Spot

6:30 pm

Ryman Auditorium

The Family Wash

8:00 pm

ACME Feed & Seed

10:00 pm

ACME Feed & Seed

The High Watt

City Winery – Nashville

The 5 Spot

Mercy Lounge

The Family Wash

The Station Inn

The Basement East

The Basement

10:30 pm

The Cannery Ballroom

11:00 pm

ACME Feed & Seed

The Station Inn

The 5 Spot

Mercy Lounge

The Family Wash

City Winery – Nashville

The High Watt

The Basement East

The Basement

11:30 pm

The Cannery Ballroom

11:59 pm

The Basement

The High Watt

The Station Inn

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement East

The Family Wash

The 5 Spot

Thurs

 8:30 am

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

9:00 am

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

12:15 pm

InDo Nashville

12:30 pm

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Howlin’ Books

5:00 pm

The Crying Wolf

12th & Porter

Alley Taps

New West Records

The 5 Spot

5:15 pm

Razor & Tie Music

The Groove

The Filming Station

6:00 pm

Union Station Hotel

ACME Feed & Seed

The Bluebird Cafe

7:00 pm

The 5 Spot

3rd & Lindsley

Music City Roots at the Factory at Franklin

The Station Inn

Ascend Amphitheater

8:00 pm

American Legion

The High Watt

3rd & Lindsley

Mercy Lounge

The Basement

The Station Inn

Downtown Presbyterian Church

City Winery – Nashville

Third Man Records

The 5 Spot

12th & Porter

8:30 pm

The Cannery Ballroom

Communion Presents at The Anchor

9:00 pm

The Station Inn

American Legion

The High Watt

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement

3rd & Lindsley

Third Man Records

The 5 Spot

The Family Wash

12th & Porter

The Basement East

Mercy Lounge

9:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

The Cannery Ballroom

10:00 pm

American Legion

The Basement East

The Station Inn

The Family Wash

12th & Porter

The 5 Spot

Third Man Records

Mercy Lounge

City Winery – Nashville

The High Watt

The Basement

3rd & Lindsley

10:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

The Cannery Ballroom

11:00 pm

Mercy Lounge

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement

The Family Wash

The High Watt

The Basement East

American Legion

3rd & Lindsley

The 5 Spot

Third Man Records

11:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

The Cannery Ballroom

11:59 pm

American Legion

The Family Wash

The Basement East

The High Watt

The 5 Spot

3rd & Lindsley

The Basement

Mercy Lounge

Third Man Records

12th & Porter

 8:30 am

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

9:00 am

Sheraton Nashville Downtown Hotel

12:30 pm

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

Howlin’ Books

5:00 pm

12th & Porter

ACME Feed & Seed

The Family Wash

The 5 Spot

5:15 pm

The Groove

The Filming Station

InDo Nashville

5:30 pm

Grimey’s New & Preloved Music

Razor & Tie Music

6:00 pm

The Bluebird Cafe

ACME Feed & Seed

7:00 pm

ACME Feed & Seed

8:00 pm

The Station Inn

City Winery – Nashville

The 5 Spot

The High Watt

The Basement East

The Basement

Mercy Lounge

12th & Porter

3rd & Lindsley

8:30 pm

The Cannery Ballroom

Communion Presents at The Anchor

9:00 pm

The Station Inn

Mercy Lounge

3rd & Lindsley

12th & Porter

The Family Wash

The 5 Spot

The High Watt

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement East

The Basement

9:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

The Cannery Ballroom

10:00 pm

12th & Porter

3rd & Lindsley

The Basement

City Winery – Nashville

The 5 Spot

The Station Inn

The Basement East

The Family Wash

The High Watt

Mercy Lounge

10:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

The Cannery Ballroom

11:00 pm

12th & Porter

Mercy Lounge

The Station Inn

The High Watt

The Basement East

The 5 Spot

City Winery – Nashville

The Basement

3rd & Lindsley

The Family Wash

11:30 pm

The Cannery Ballroom

Communion Presents at The Anchor

11:59 pm

City Winery – Nashville

The Family Wash

The Basement

The High Watt

3rd & Lindsley

The Basement East

The Station Inn

Mercy Lounge

The 5 Spot

 10:00 am

Antique Archeology Nashville

11:30 am

ACME Feed & Seed

The 5 Spot

12:00 pm

InDo Nashville

Grimey’s New & Preloved Music

The Groove

The Filming Station

The Station Inn

2:00 pm

Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum

3:00 pm

The Family Wash

5:00 pm

12th & Porter

6:00 pm

The Bluebird Cafe

8:00 pm

The Basement

Mercy Lounge

City Winery – Nashville

The High Watt

12th & Porter

3rd & Lindsley

The Station Inn

The 5 Spot

8:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

9:00 pm

Mercy Lounge

The Station Inn

3rd & Lindsley

The Basement

12th & Porter

The Family Wash

The 5 Spot

City Winery – Nashville

The High Watt

9:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

10:00 pm

The Basement

The Family Wash

The 5 Spot

3rd & Lindsley

The High Watt

City Winery – Nashville

The Station Inn

12th & Porter

Mercy Lounge

10:30 pm

Communion Presents at The Anchor

11:00 pm

Mercy Lounge

The Basement

12th & Porter

The Station Inn

The 5 Spot

The Family Wash

City Winery – Nashville

3rd & Lindsley

The High Watt

11:59 pm

City Winery – Nashville

The 5 Spot

Mercy Lounge

12th & Porter

The High Watt

The Family Wash

The Basement

The Station Inn

3rd & Lindsley

 11:00 am

City Winery – Nashville

12:00 pm

Bobby’s Idle Hour

Fond Object Records

1:00 pm

The Family Wash

2:00 pm

George Jones Museum

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Welcome To Gary Hayes Weekly Local Music Guide.

Welcome To Gary Hayes Weekly Local Music Guide.

Folks I am constantly checking on local venues in Tennessee And Kentucky to bring you the BEST possible list of bands and artists to see. This does NOT include my festival articles you must go to them and check on who’s playing where for that. Have a show YOU want to report to me? You can email.

Chris Stapleton
Ascend Ampitheater October 15th

Dead Soldiers
Harp And Fiddle August 19th

Dead Horses
Exit Inn October 20th

Rhonda Vincent
Renfro Valley October 29th

John Conlee
Lagala Bowling Green Ky October 9th

Gene Watson
Kentucky Opry October 7th and 8th

Sturgill Simpsom
Ryman Auditorium October 28th and 29th

Goddamn Gallows Halloween Bash
Gallows Bound
Hillbilly Casino
Stump Tail Dolly
Exit Inn October 29th

Travis Tritt
Skypac November 3rd

Bonnie Bishop
3rd And Lindsley November 16th

Daniel Romano
The Basement East November 16th

Mandy Barnett
Schemerhorn Symphony Center

Reverend Peyton’s Big Damn Band
Mercy Lounge September 23rd

Radney Foster
City Winery November 26th

Charlie Daniels
Volunteer Jam 2016 November 30th

Old Crow Medicine Show
Ryman Auditorium December 31st

The Devil Makes Three
The Cannery Ballroom Feb 4rth 2017

Ronnie Milsap
Schemerhorn Symphony Center March 5th 2017

John Conlee
Merle Travis Music Center May 5th 2017

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