Last week we told you about surprise appearances around town from major artists, we kept you up to date on some extra special shows, we gave you the rundown on a nearby festival, we brought you some great new music, and more. As we dive headfirst into a new week, keep an eye out for some brand new voices being added to the No Country team. We’re excited to bring you even more great content in the coming weeks.
In case you missed anything, here’s a recap of what we covered last week on the site:
- NEWS: Sleigh Bells announced a new album, released a video, and added a fall show at Marathon Music Works.
- NEWS: Native featured Chancellor Warhol and Alanna Royale‘s Alanna Quinn-Broadus on the cover of their September issue.
- NEWS: Aerosmith‘s Steven Tyler made a surprise appearance at The Bluebird.
- NEWS: Ed Sheeran made a surprise appearance at Mercy Lounge with Passenger.
- NEWS: John Mayer announced a performance at Bridgestone Arena.
- NEWS: Forecastle Festival announced its dates for 2014.
- FEATURE: This Weekend in Nashville: We highlighted our picks for the best weekend shows and events around town.
- REVIEW: We brought you a rundown of our weird, fun trip to Muddy Roots Festival (w/ PHOTOS).
- REVIEW: We checked out Live on the Green with Robert Randolph & The Family Band, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, and Joe Robinson (w/ PHOTOS).
- SHOW: *repeat repeat, El El, and Ponychase performed at The Basement, and all released new singles.
- SHOW: Live on the Green continued with Local Natives, Leagues, and Lulu Mae.
- SHOW: The Dangerous Summer played at Exit/In with Tommy & The High Pilots, Breaking Laces, Rare Monk, and Tell Romeo I Hate Him.
- SHOW: The Oblivians, Ex-Cult, Fictional Boys, Cy Barkley & the Way Outsiders, and Heavy Cream performed at Exit/In for Nashville’s Dead’s 4th Birthday.
- RELEASE: Anna Haas released a new single, “Damn Right,” for free download.
- RELEASE: The Astrochimps released a new EP, which is available for free download.
- STREAM: Moon Taxi‘s upcoming album, Mountains Beaches Cities, is available for early streaming.
- VIDEO: Caitlin Rose released a cover of The National’s “Pink Rabbits.”
- FUN: Hump Day Diversion: Life Before Autotune