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Photos by Wes McIntyre / Staff Writer Last Monday the College of Media and Entertainment organized the annual ‘End of Semester Show’ with the help of students, from lighting to sound to performances. In an effort to showcase local talent and give back to students in need, the admission fee was at least one donated non-perishable food …

Photo and story by Wesley McIntyre / Contributing writer Once again, The Acorn People have outdone themselves with their newest album, “Way Out.” The Acorn People are a local rock and roll band, and this is their first album since their debut, “Secrets,” released three years ago. The album features everything that people love about …

Photo and story by Wesley McIntyre / Contributing photographer and writer The Acorn People released their second full-length album, “Way Out,” at Mayday Brewery on Friday night. The album has been highly anticipated since their first, “Secrets,” was released three years ago. The Acorn People is a beloved, female-fronted, local rock ‘n’ roll band with …

This story was originally featured in the April edition of the Murfreesboro Pulse Beginning April 24, the third annual Boro Fondo Biking, Music and Arts Festival will bring Murfreesboro three days of local and national music acts, visual performances and a lot of cycling from venue to venue. The bikes-and-bands festival made huge strides in terms …

UPDATE 3/18: Afroman and Big Smo’s scheduled performances have been cancelled. More details can be found here. Artists including Afroman, Big Smo and The Weeks are set to play local nightclub TEMPT this spring. The venue, located just off the square at 315 West Main St., will be hosting a variety of shows from genres …

"Sidelines FM" airs weekly on WMTS 88.3 Murfreesboro. (FILE/WMTS)

On this week’s edition of Sidelines FM, we focused on new releases from high-profle and local acts. We played new tracks from rapper Childish Gambino, rising star Hozier, Nashville natives JEFF the Brotherhood and more. Groove Circus, The Modern Royals, The Acorn People and Clay Cages were featured in block of new local releases. We also aired a …