Cage the Elephant, Jake Bugg, City and Colour, More to Play Live on the Green 2014

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The 2014 Live on the Green lineup has just been announced, and man is it a doozy. As we previously told you, this year’s installment of the free Thursday night live music series in Public Square Park will change format just a bit, forgoing the traditional six-week timeframe in favor of four weeks, with an epic three-day festival set to close out the season. LOTG will kick off August 14, and will expand an extra city block this time around. As always, it’s all ages and free to the public, although upgraded VIP options are available to purchase. Plenty of food and beer vendors will be on site, and, as with years past, it appears that three bands will perform each week (with four performing on the final Friday and five on Saturday).

Here’s the excellent mix of local and national acts you can expect to see so far this season (more announcements will arrive in the coming weeks):

AUG. 14: City and Colour
w/ The Weeks, Spanish Gold

AUG. 21: The Head and the Heart
w/ Wild Cub, Goodbye June

AUG. 28: Headliner TBA
w/ The Features, All Them Witches

SEPT. 4: Cage the Elephant
w/ Delta Spirt, Johnnyswim

SEPT. 5: G. Love & Special Sauce & The Wild Feathers
w/ Augustana, Daniel Ellsworth & The Great Lakes

SEPT. 6: Jake Bugg & Ingrid Michaelson
w/ The Lone Bellow, Sugar and the Hi-Lows, Phin

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[REVIEW + PHOTOS] Bonnaroo 2014 | Saturday & Sunday

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Another year, another Bonnaroo. Needless to say, the No Country crew had a blast, and we were there in full-force to document the 13th annual installment of the Manchester, TN fest. In addition to our regular and semi-regular contributors, we brought in a few guests to weigh in on ‘Roo (check out the key at the bottom), and we had expert photographer Mary-Beth Blankenship on site to capture some of our favorite performances. After so many months of anticipation, we can’t believe it has finally come and gone, but, below, check out our recap and photos from Bonnaroo’s final two days (and head here for the first two).

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No Country in a Nutshell: The Weekly Recap | 5.19-5.25

Memorial Day has come and gone, and there’s officially one thing left on our minds for the next few weeks: Bonnaroo. As we count down the days until the nearby summer fest kicks off, we’ll be bringing you even more coverage in the form of Band of the Day features, most-anticipated lists, and more! Last week brought tons of shows, reviews, record and video releases, more exciting contests, and a brand new episode of the No Country For New Nashville Podcast! In case you missed anything, we recapped it all below:

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Watch The Wild Feathers Perform “Left My Woman” on ‘Seth Meyers’

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Nashville folk-tinged rockers The Wild Feathers stopped by Late Night with Seth Meyers last week to perform “Left My Woman,” a track from the group’s self-titled, breakthrough debut full-length. We’ve watched the band explode over the past couple of years, and their recurring spots on television, inclusion on all kinds of exciting festival bills, and continued national hype couldn’t make us happier. You can get to know more about them in our recent Bonnaroo Band of the Day feature, and you can watch their stellar Late Night performance below!

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TWiN | This Weekend in Nashville | 4/11 – 4/13

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Spring is upon us, and the signs are not in the weather.  Rather, we simply have to look at the music calendar around town to see that outdoor events are popping up faster than weeds in your yard.  We have bike-themed fun, two days in the sun, and a block party to boot.  Don’t wear yourself out though, because this weekend also features evenings with some of our absolute faves around town.  Go ahead, and start planning your days of play with all of our staff picks in another edition of TWiN!

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