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Grammy-winning producer and MTSU alum Luke Laird performs at The Rutledge in Nashville, Tenn. on March 27, 2014. His performance was a part of the 2014 Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. (Cat Murphy / MTSU Sidelines)

By Natalie Shipley // Staff Writer Considered “MTSU’s most famous alumnus,” it has been more than 10 years since award-winning songwriter and producer Luke Laird attended the university. “I don’t know how accurate that is, but, hey, if that’s what it is for now, I feel honored,” Laird said during a break in a performance …

The album artwork for Beck's "Morning Phase" (FILE)

By Patty Greer // Staff Writer Beck is best known for his ’94 hit ‘Loser,” but since then he’s pushed all musical boundaries. Including influences of pop, rock, blues, soul and basically every other genre imaginable. “Morning Phase” is the first album by Beck time in nearly six years and is considered to be a sequel …

Match Records artist Luke Caccetta serenades a student as a part of Omega Delta Psi's Valentine's Day fundraiser on Wednesday February 12, 2014. (MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

Match Records artist Luke Caccetta serenaded two lucky students Wednesday afternoon as a part of Omega Delta Psi’s Valentine’s Day Fundraiser. “It was a lot of fun to be able to make people smile and to make them feel special for a verse or two. I was honored to be able to do that for [Omega Delta Psi] and …

(MTSU Sidelines / Cat Murphy)

By John Connor Coulston // Assistant A&E Editor With the Sochi Winter Games starting this week, now is the perfect time to put some Olympic jams into your everyday playlist to soundtrack a month of skiing, luge, figure skating, curling and more. “Chariots of Fire” by Vangelis Taken from the film of the same name, …

The exterior Little Shop of Records in Murfreesboro, Tenn. (MTSU Sidelines / John Connor Coulston)

While soccer moms arrive at WalMart in mobs to fight over Elmo dolls and slightly discounted flatscreens, music fans will be lined up outside their local record stores for something much more rewarding—limited edition vinyl. Record stores such as Nashville’s Grimey’s and Murfreesboro’s Little Shop of Records will be participating in “Back to Black Friday,” which is a counterpart to April’s …

By John Coulston Staff writer Rising local acts, moshing and rock ‘n’ roll—all for the price of a $3 ticket. This describes Red Bull Nashville’s Sound Select showcase that took place Friday night at Exit/In. The event featured performances by local acts JEFF The Brotherhood, Ri₵hie and Deluxin’. The night started with garage-punk outfit Deluxin’. …