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Photo and story by Micaela Griffin / Contributing Writer Murfreesboro knows that Bonhoeffer’s is the place to go when craving a chill Thursday night. With some great acts in addition to their free coffee bar, the venue keeps audiences happy. Thursday night’s impressive lineup featured Shawn Goyer, Ally Burgess, Jarren Blair and The City Planner, …

Photo and story by / Logan DeLoye Contributing Writer On March 15, Dan Margolies, 49, professor of history at Virginia Wesleyan University, spoke at MTSU’s Center for Popular Music about his knowledge of the old-time music culture in the train-hopping, punk south. Margolies opened his speech with a performance on his banjo, to display a …

Photo and Story by Jessica Knoble / Contributing Writer Many aspiring artists flock to Nashville in hopes of building a fan base, booking some shows and launching a career. With more than 180 music venues in the Nashville area, it’s not hard to find live shows nearly every night. Even with the multitude of talent, …

Photo and story by Mamie Lomax / Contributing Writer A line of people was wrapped around the graffiti-laden walls of The End in Nashville, patiently waiting for the doors to open to allow them to rush inside and claim the best spots in the small venue for Super Whatevr, Gleemer, Can’t Swim and headliner Movements. …

Photo and Story by Mamie Lomax / Contributing Writer Cafe Coco in Nashville was full of familiar faces Friday night as Bogues, Daisyhead, Safe Bet, Pale Lungs and The Still, Small Voice came together to put on a “hello-goodbye” show. Nashville band Pale Lungs opened up the show by setting somewhat soft vibes throughout the …

Photo and story by Carlee Reilly / Contributing Writer A crowd from all over the world, from Alabama to Ireland, came together at The High Watt in Nashville Saturday night to see a breathtaking show put on by LOYALS and The Academic. LOYALS, a Nashville band, played from one song to the next with minimal …