Can you believe it’s almost October? Fall is in the air, the weather is finally (sort of) starting to drop, and new show announcements are happening left and right. Our calendar is filling up fast (and we’re sure yours is too). Starting this week, we’ll really be ramping up concert coverage to bring you the previews, reviews, and nonstop content on the best live music Nashville has to offer.
Last week saw some great new releases, an unlikely announcement (and one of the biggest contests we’ve ever run, to go along with it), and a ton of great shows. In case you missed anything, here’s the recap:
- NEWS: Fall Out Boy and The Band Perry will tape an episode of CMT Crossroads at Rocketown, and we gave away tickets.
- NEWS: Old Crow Medicine Show announced a two-night stand, to ring in the new year at The Ryman.
- NEWS: After a year in Nashville, the Grammy Nominations Live concert will return to LA.
- FEATURE: This Weekend in Nashville: We highlighted our picks for the best weekend shows and events around town.
- FEATURE: Music on Television: We brought you the rundown on the best musical performances this week on TV, along with local tour dates for many of the acts.
- REVIEW: We gave you some initial thoughts on Chancellor Warhol‘s upcoming album, Paris Is Burning, along with the premiere of new track “Au Revoire.”
- SHOW: Gold Fields played Mercy Lounge with Rush Midnight and last minute guests Future Unlimited.
- SHOW: Nicholas David and The David Mayfield Parade performed at Cannery Ballroom.
- SHOW: Mudhoney released a new music video, and performed at Third Man Records with Cheap Girls.
- SHOW: On An On played The End with Foreign Fields and T. Rust.
- SHOW: Weekend, Future Unlimited, and Bows and Arrows performed at The High Watt.
- SHOW: Hooray For Earth, Tim Chad and Sherry, and A. Irons played The Stone Fox.
- SHOW: Blitzen Trapper performed at Mercy Lounge with PHOX.
- VIDEO: Cage the Elephant released a new live video for “Come A Little Closer.”
- VIDEO: Magnolia Sons premiered an acoustic video for “How Can I Get Over You?”
- RELEASE: Matthew Marcum recently released two new records at the same time, and we shared some first impressions.