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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. …

With Bonnaroo tickets on sale and the Manchester festival’s June 7-10 dates around the corner, it might be a little daunting trying to decide which of the 100+ artists will give you the most bang for your buck. In this column, we’ll focus on a different artist every week to give you a sense of who they …

Story by Krystal Loritts / Contributing Writer March is Women’s History Month, and since this month is dedicated to celebrating the contributions and accomplishments of women, it seems obvious to list some great songs by women today that spread not only themes of self-love but also independence, getting over relationships and not giving up on …

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 …

Story by Jessica Knoble / Contributing Writer Vans Warped Tour released its full 2018 lineup on Thursday, March 1, and the tour will be stopping for a Nashville show on July 10 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds. This year’s final Warped Tour lineup is bringing a variety of genres that branch from hard-rock to pop-punk and …