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Photo courtesy of Elaine Marschik / Flickr Thousands of music fans will converge in Birmingham, Alabama, this weekend for a festival named after its unconventional venue, the Sloss Furnaces. The site once used to forge iron for the L&N Railroad will soon be heating up with musical acts ranging from 21 Savage to Chris Stapleton. …

Photo courtesy of Marathon Music Works Story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer  Many of the most talented and well-known musical artists in the country make a point of booking dates at one of Nashville’s several “high capacity” venues like Ascend Amphitheater, Municipal Auditorium or Bridgestone Arena. Music City obviously caters to fans who want …

Story by Daniel Shaw-Remeta / Contributing Writer Greta Van Fleet, a Michigan-based rock quartet, is changing the game in the realm of young rock ‘n’ roll bands. Brothers Josh Kiszka (vocals), Jake Kiszka (guitar), Sam Kiszka (bass/keyboards) and drummer Danny Wagner make up the band that is being compared by fans and critics throughout the nation …

Story by Hayden Goodridge / Contributing Writer Annie Clark, the multi-instrumentalist behind the music of St. Vincent, is revered as one of indie-pop’s most enigmatic personalities. Over her decade-long run as a performing artist, the guitar-wielding songwriter has drastically changed her image from the angelic and soft-spoken girl on her 2007 debut “Marry Me,” to …

Story by Erin Alexander / Contributing Writer The Killers released their long-awaited fifth studio album “Wonderful Wonderful” on Friday, marking their first release since 2012’s “Battle Born.” The Las Vegas-based indie/alternative rock band has been a mainstream staple since 2001, boasting many hits that can often be heard on many radio stations.  However, the eleven …

Story by Daniel Scroggins / Contributing Writer The sentiment that rock is dead is a falsehood for up-and-coming rock band Nothing More and their fans. The American rock/metal band released their fifth studio album on September 15. Their previous self-titled album was an overwhelming success for the band, and many publications deemed them a “band …