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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 …

This weekend marks the final shows of 2015’s downtown Live On the Green concert series, with three days of free performances from headliners including Ben Folds and Passion Pit and local up-and-comers such as All Them Witches, the Vespers, Turbo Fruits and Nashville transplants Smooth Hound Smith. Set to hit the stage at 5 p.m. …

Brinley Hineman // Contributing Writer Concertgoers were able to witness Americana rocker Greg Holden, as well as Nashville natives the Delta Saints and Moon Taxi, Thursday night at Live on the Green at Public Square Park. U.K. singer Greg Holden started the night off strong. He wowed fans with his single “Hold on Tight.” Even members …

The free concert series Live On the Green will bring two of Nashville’s top up-and-comers Moon Taxi and the Delta Saints to downtown’s Public Square Park Thursday night. However, one name that locals might not be so familiar with is Greg Holden, this week’s opening act. Born and raised in the United Kingdom, Holden is …

Downtown Nashville’s free concert series Live On the Green continues Thursday night at Public Square Park with performances from indie rock band Cold War Kids, Americana group Houndmouth and rockers J. Roddy Walston and the Business, the latter of which is sure to evoke fond comparisons to Southern rock and blues legends. They’re anchored by …

Photos by John Connor Coulston Indie rock and Americana music dominated the first night of the seventh annual Live On the Green free outdoor concert series Thursday night, with performances by Nashville’s own Elliot Root, Shakey Graves and Lord Huron. Thousands of concert-goers filled Public Square Park as alternative rockers Elliot Root kicked off the …