New On Our Nashville Spotify Playlist: Charli XCX, REMMI, Snail Mail, Andrew Combs, Twen, Pet Envy, Michaela Anne, & More


Our main goal at No Country is to share music from our favorite local artists and touring acts that hit Nashville. Now you can get straight to listening on our Nashville Spotify playlist.

Local music additions

“Do You Think of Me?” by REMMI
“Sunday” by Joy Oladokun
“Stars of Longing” by Andrew Combs
“Damsel” by Twen
“Turn Me Up” by Outer Vibe
“Rerun” by Pet Envy – Playing The 5 Spot on June 29
“By Our Design” by Michaela Anne
“Curly Hair” by Gatlin – Playing The East Room on July 14
“20th Century Boy” by Brasko, Mr Gabriel
“Powerline” by Phangs – Playing The High Watt on July 9
“Who I Am” by Hannah Schaefer
“Expectations” by Scale Model
“Just Another Dreamer” by Myzica
“How Low” by Lord Goldie
“White Linen” by Lord Abstract, Beats by Eclipse
“Tru Religion” by D. Aitch, FU Stan

Touring artist additions

“Blame It On Your Love (feat. Lizzo)” by Charli XCX – Playing Marathon Music Works on September 21
“The 2nd Most Beautiful Girl in the World” by Snail Mail – Playing Exit/In on July 23
“Bodys” by Car Seat Headrest – Playing Cannery Ballroom on June 28

Follow along so you don’t miss the best of No Country for New Nashville on our Nashville Spotify playlist!

[REMINDER] See TLC, Neon Trees, Madame Gandhi, Cakes da Killa, & Many More | June 22 & 23 @ Nashville Pride


Held annually at the end of Pride Month, the long-running Nashville Pride Festival is an important celebration of our city’s LGBTQ+ community, and has, since beginning with a parade in 1988, grown to become a huge and revelrous affair, complete with performances from big-name national musical acts and local favorites alike. This weekend, the festival returns to Public Square Park on Saturday and Sunday, June 22 & 23, and will again feature the annual Equality Walk, activities for attendees of all ages, hundreds of local venders, VIP areas and lounges, a dance tent, and, of course, a main stage for live music.

Pride always hosts great artists, with past years boasting the likes of Vanessa Carlton, En Vogue, St. Lucia, Betty Who, Julien Baker, Lizzo, Big Freedia, and Wilson Phillips, but this year might just have the festival’s coolest lineup yet, with today’s announcement of 2019 performers TLC, Neon Trees, Madame Gandhi, Cakes Da Killa, Brandon Stansell, Brody Ray, Taco Mouth, The Blam Blams, Myylo, Spazz Cardigan, Mikala Jones, Jess Coppens, Adam Mac, Shelly Fairchild, Houston Kendrick, Sisters Mann, DJ Remedy, DJ Chris Spear, DJ Aazera, Joy Oladokun, Kate Yeager, Chris and Scogtt, ViRAGO, Jenna McDaniel, Clinton John, Mercy Bell, Liede, Sarah Stawski, and many, many more!

At just $10, general admission weekend tickets are a steal, or, if you want the full experience, several VIP levels are also available, all right here. Additionally, you can get single-day tickets for only $5 at the gate. A fun and, of course, diverse festival that manages to find a very cool niche apart from other June events like CMA Fest and Bonnaroo, Pride is a must-see event no matter where you fall on the spectrum of gender or sexuality, and with a musical lineup this good, it’s the best year ever to join the celebration.

Check out the full entertainment schedule, plus a preview of just a few of this year’s fantastic performers, head to Nashville Pride’s site for additional details, daily schedules, and the full, updated performance lineup, download the Nashville Pride mobile app for the latest updates, and be sure to follow them on social media for weather updates. Happy Pride!

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Musicians Corner’s Spring Season Continues with Soccer Mommy, Bantug, Damien Jurado, & More | June 21 & 22 @ Centennial Park


Celebrating its 10th year, Nashville’s free, all ages, biannual musical showcase series Musician’s Corner is now seven weeks into its spring season at Centennial Park, and continues this weekend, June 21 & 22, with one of the most impressive slate of performers yet, like Seattle indie singer-songwriter Damien Jurado and local lo-fi dream pop staple Kelsey Kopecky on Friday, and breakout Nashville indie artist Soccer Mommy and buzzy electropop up and comer Bantug on Saturday, in addition to Friday’s Lydia Luce and Rhythm Rumble: an interactive drum circle presented by Make Music Nashville, and Saturday’s Idle BloomBriston MaroneySophia BoroDream WaveDaisha McBrideJennifer Holm, and Plevyak.

Following the template of seasons past, Friday evenings throughout May and June feature an Acoustic Friday Night lineup from 5-9 p.m., and each Saturday, Musicians Corner hosts both Main Stage and Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage performers from 12-6 p.m. The event is family friendly, all ages, and free, and features food trucks, beer, local vendors, Kidsville activities, and more! Boasting perhaps the most impressive lineup in the festival’s history, the 2019 spring season has featured over 100 mostly local and regional acts from a wide range of musical backgrounds, and for the spring finale next weekend, John Paul White’s Single Lock Records will curate, for an event White also headlines.

Needless to say, Musicians Corner remains one of the most vibrant, fun, and frugal ways to experience some of the best artists Music City has to offer, and this year’s lineup definitely has had us circling our calendars throughout the spring. You can preview all of artists on this weekend’s slate (and check out their performance times) below, and find more about Musicians Corner and upcoming weekend lineups right here!

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[REMINDER] Catch The Foxies w/ Leah Sykes & Charge The Atlantic | TONIGHT @ The Basement East


One of Nashville’s preeminent up and coming indie pop/rock acts, energetic genre-benders The Foxies just released a fantastic new EP, Battery, earlier this spring, and are set to play their latest hometown show- an impressive headlining spot at The Basement Easttonight, June 21, tapping fellow buzzworthy locals, pop singer Leah Sykes and eclectic rockers Charge the Atlantic, to support. Tickets are still available right here, so snag ’em now and read on for more about the show!

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