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Photo courtesy of Elaine Marschik / Flickr Thousands of music fans will converge in Birmingham, Alabama, this weekend for a festival named after its unconventional venue, the Sloss Furnaces. The site once used to forge iron for the L&N Railroad will soon be heating up with musical acts ranging from 21 Savage to Chris Stapleton. …

Photo courtesy of MT SPARE Story by Ladiah Thomas / Contributing Writer Ludacris will perform at Middle Tennessee State University’s Murphy Center April 6. The event, hosted by MT Spare and SGA, is for MTSU students, and will begin at 8 p.m.  Tickets go on sale at gate one of the Murphy Center, Friday. “This is something that …

Photo courtesy of Mountains Like Wax Most weekends, you can find the members of Mountains Like Wax playing in a basement in Nashville or driving a few hundred miles in their van to play a DIY show somewhere in the Southeast. This Saturday, the band will follow The Weeks and prelude to Judah and the …

Clayton Knight of ODESZA performs during a sold out concert at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, Tenn. on Friday, March 15, 2015. The duo is also set to perform at the 2015 Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival in Manchester, Tenn. this June. (MTSU Sidelines/Olivia Ladd)

Producer group ODESZA performed at Marathon Music Works in Nashville, Tennessee on Friday night to a sold out crowd of 1,500. The duo, which consists of Harrison Mills and Clayton Knight, will also be playing a string of festivals later this year, including Bonnaroo, Coachella, Hangout and Firefly. See our photos from the performance below: Follow …

Carlos Santana performed at the Ryman Auditorum in Nashville, Tennessee on Wednesday night as a part of his “Corazon” tour. Check out our gallery from the concert below:   Follow Samantha Hearn on Instagram at @SammyHearn. For more updates, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and on Twitter/Instagram at @Sidelines_Life. To contact Lifestyles editor John …

Revered fast-spitting MC Twista and rock band Saving Abel have announced concerts at local nightclub TEMPT. Twista, who’s known for his tongue-twisting flow, will perform at 9 p.m. on April 24. The 41-year-old rapper has been releasing albums since 1992, with his commercial peak coming with his 2004 album Kamikaze. The album included the hit “Slow Jamz,” which featured …