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Live on the Green


Nashville-based alternative-rock outfit Elliot Root has been gaining a lot of local attention lately, most recently topping Spotify’s “Sounds of Nashville” Top 100 chart. Its Live On the Green performance marks a special homecoming show after a long stretch on the road. “This summer has been our first summer out touring, and these first opportunities …

Live on the Green kicked off its final week Thursday night at Public Square Park in Nashville with headliner Cage the Elephant. The free festival will continue through tonight. Check Staff PhotographerGreg French‘s photos of Cage the Elephant, Delta Spirit and johnnyswim below: Follow Greg French on Instagram at @G_F_R_E_N_C_H. For more updates, follow us …

By John Connor Coulston and Natalie Shipley The 2014 Live on the Green Concert Series will conclude this weekend with a three-day festival of free performances by Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg, The Wild Feathers and more. Cage the Elephant, known for their energetic live shows and singles such as “Ain’t No Rest for the …

Thursday night’s edition of the Live on the Green series, hosted by Lightning 100 FM, began with a threat of severe thunderstorms for the evening, but the warnings could not dampen the spirit of many concert-goers. This week’s opening bands, All Them Witches and The Features, both hail from the Nashville area and got the …

By John Connor Coulston Lifestyles Editor Synthpop duo Capital Cities will take the Live on the Green stage Thursday night as the concert series third week headliner. The group, known for their 2013 hit “Safe and Sound,” will follow the two previous weekly headliners, The Head and the Heart and City and Colour, by closing …

By Natalie Shipley Assistant Lifestyles Editor Lightning 100’s free concert series Live on the Green in Nashville continued its second week on Thursday night, filling the lawn of Public Square Park with an estimated 20,000 people for a three-band onslaught of music to fit all tastes. The evening’s shows began with gritty southern rock, transitioned to electro-pop …