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Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor A natural spotlight portrayed by the sky’s blood-orange sun shone down on Public Square Park as Lightning 100 hosted their final Live on the Green 2017 Sunday night after an unexpected rescheduling of Friday night’s show due to Hurricane Harvey. Shel, Drew Holcomb and The Neighbors and Sheryl …

Photos by Meredith White / Contributing Photographer Story by LB Rogers / Contributing Writer Article updated on Sept. 5 at 1:05 p.m. to correct The Lone Bellow member’s name from Brandi Charlie to Kanene Donehey Pipkin. Sidelines regrets the error.  Bahamas and The Delta Saints cracked Saturday evening open at Lightning 100’s Live on the Green with …

Photo and contributions by Connor Burnard / Assistant Lifestyles Editor Thursday night, Live on the Green once again took over the steps of Nashville’s courthouse for their third August concert series. Typically, the night’s opener performs to a mild, tame crowd, but that wasn’t the case for Nashville-based The Weeks. The southern rock band drew …

Photo by Tayhlor Stephenson / Lifestyles Editor Whether it’s the commemoration of a loved-one’s 50th birthday or the notable purchase of one’s 50th concert ticket, the number serves as a milestone in many scenarios, just as it did last night in Lightning 100’s execution of its 50th Live on the Green–a free concert series that …

Story and photos by Genesis Rodriguez / Contributing Writer Project 615, a Nashville-based philanthropic company specializing in graphic tees, teamed up with Music City’s longest running independent radio station Lightning 100 to host the second annual 6-1-5 Day Thursday afternoon. In an ultimate summer getaway, guests were invited to enjoy summer festivities: snacking from local food …

Photos by Meagan White // Staff Photographer Finish Ticket and Vinyl Theatre took the stage as part of Lightning 100’s Nashville Sunday Night concert series at 3rd and Lindsley. The bands were joined by LA-based alt-rock opener IRONTOM, and the five-piece ensemble didn’t disappoint. IRONTOM frontman Harry Hayes commanded the stage from the get-go, and Hayes …