TWiN | This Weekend In Nashville | March 27 – 29

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Well, the weather may be playing tricks on your spring time plans, but you’ll find refuge in a number of venues this weekend.  Tickets still amazingly are available for Dr. Dog tonight at The Ryman, so make sure you jump on those if you haven’t already.  There are also a plethora of local favorites in almost every venue this weekend.  So, browse through our staff picks below, and figure out which fit your fancy with this week’s edition of TWiN!

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Two Chances to Catch Every Time I Die & More | Sunday, March 29 @ The End


As announced last month, Buffalo metalcore/hardcore outfit Every Time I Die are set to return to Nashville this Sunday, March 29, for what, we believe, will be their smallest Music City show ever. Sure to be a rowdy, unforgettable time, the initial all ages show with eclectic west coast grungy hardcore band Mizery and locals Cove quickly sold out, and a late night, 18+ performance with locals Rivera and Indianapolis alt/nu metal group Authors was added (you can still grab tix here). Find out more about the shows below, and check out a preview of both lineups!

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[REVIEW + PHOTO] No Country Presents: Amanda Broadway, Whoa Dakota, & Dustin Sellers| 3.24.15 @ Acme Feed & Seed

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Amanda Broadway. Photo by: Mick Leonardi.

Amanda Broadway, Whoa Dakota, Dustin Sellers
Acme Feed & Seed; Nashville, TN
March 24, 2015

Review by Jacob Ryan (@GonzoWithGusto). Photos by Mick Leonardi.

If you book them, they will come … to Acme Feed & Seed every Tuesday, for a weekly showcase from No Country Presents! Our latest installment featured soul moma Amanda Broadway (and her big bad band), indie folkstress Whoa Dakota, and Americana crooner Dustin Sellers. Read on for a recap, and for some great shoots from resident musician and contributing photographer Mick Leonardi. Also, don’t miss the next installment, on Tuesday, March 31, featuring Matt Walberg & The Living Situation, Heathen Sons, and Marcella Simien. 

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Toro y Moi Shares New Single & Video | Playing Exit/In On May 10!

This has been a busy week for Toro y Moi. We already told you earlier this year about his show at Exit/In on May 10 and shared some of his new songs, and, now, we’ve got even more new material for you. Yesterday Chaz B. released the video for his first single “Empty Nesters” AND dropped a new single called “Run Baby Run,” both of which you can check out after the jump.

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[Premiere] Stream The First Single from Jilian Linklater’s Upcoming EP ‘Walking Stories’

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Michigan-bred Jilian Linklater has been honing her songwriting chops in Nashville for the past five years.  While attending Belmont, she quickly made a name for herself as a freshman when she won the ASCAP writers series, and was selected to play in their Best Of The Best Showcase.  The passion for songwriting led to the recording of her first EP in her dorm room, and became the drive that would challenge her to write her newest EP Walking Stories that drops on March 31.

We had a listen to Walking Stories, and asked if we could premiere the single “Better Than I Know Myself.” With a beat that evokes thoughts of springtime finger-snapping strolls in the sun, and the lyrics of young love pouring through you, it seems a perfect ode to the impending change of season.

Have a listen to the single below, and mark your calendar for the April 2 EP release show at The Well Coffeehouse on Granny White.

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