The year might be wrapping up but the music scene definitely is not. This is evident by the amount of shows and reviews we had for you last week. We know you can’t make it to all of the shows Nashville has in store so we do our best to be there in your honor. For what you did miss during your busy week, check out our recap of everything we covered last week on the site:
- NEWS: Arcade Fire announced a show at the Bridgestone Arena.
- FEATURE: This Weekend in Nashville: We rounded up our top picks for weekend shows and events.
- REVIEW: Drive-By Truckers and T. Hardy Morris played at the Cannery Ballroom.
- REVIEW: Houndmouth played at the Mercy Lounge with Wheeler Brothers and Scott Carney.
- REVIEW: If you missed Fitz and the Tantrums and Capital Cities, check out our review (with photos) here!
- REVIEW: We have Cat Power with Nico Turner’s review and photos here.
- REVIEW: We reviewed Oak Creek Band’s bash at the Basement.
- REVIEW: We reviewed Hillbilly Casino, Unknown Hinson, and Reverend Horton Heat’s show at Marathon Music Works (w/ photos!).
- INTERVIEW: We sat down with Dave Johnston of Yonder Mountain String Band.
- INTERVIEW: The Saint Johns released a new video and we got to chat with them about it, ahead of their show at Exit/In.
- SHOW: Staying for the Weekend played a house show with Sun Club and The Astrochimps.
- SHOW: Communion had another great show featuring Nathaneil Rateliff & The Night Sweats, Tennis, On An On, Savior Adore, 4onthefloor, VITEK, and Shelly Colvin.
- SHOW: Beach Fossils, Sol Cat, Penicillin Baby, and Rachel played at The Boheme Collectif.
- SHOW: Kevin Devine & the Goddamn Band played at The High Watt with Now, Now and Harrison Hudson.
- SHOW: Two Door Cinema Club performed at Marathon Music Works.
- SHOW: TPAC promised a killer Queen-inspired stage show, We Will Rock You.
- SHOW: Hoodie Allen played at the Mercy Lounge.
- SHOW: Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe played the songs of Ray Charles at the Exit/In.
- SHOW: Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden w/ Basia Bulat and Foreign Fields played at The Stone Fox.
- SHOW: Chelsea Light Moving played at the Exit/In with William Tyler.
- SHOW: Polcia played with Marijuana Deathsquads at the Mercy Lounge.
- VIDEO: We showed you Critters Galaxy’s uncomfortable (and hilarious) interview w/ Richie.
- FUN: Hump Day Diversion: Dad Rock.
- CONTEST: We are giving at tickets to see The Weeks!
- CONTEST: Win Johnny Marr tickets to his show this weekend.
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