Wednesday, June 28, 2017

A conversation with Jackie Greene

While Nashville is usually known for its country music, the blues scene is considerably strong, as evidenced by B.B. King’s Blues Club & Restaurant...

Q&A: The Hustler interviews DEDSA to discuss their new album, the...

Nashville psych-rock band DEDSA are on the come-up. Made up of guitarist/vocalist Stephen DeWitt, keyboardist Robbie Ward, bassist/keyboardist Ben Carreon, and drummer Grant Bramlett,...

Rites of Spring 2017 Voting Guide

Who to vote for if you’re unfamiliar with the artists

Hustler Reviews: Father John Misty preaches on “Pure Comedy”

The chamber pop singer-songwriter’s new album is beautiful, despite several lyrical misfires

St. Lucia rocks Cannery Ballroom

There was something in the air at Cannery Ballroom.The room was filled with trend-setters of all ages; college kids and young adults alike sprinkled...

Bear’s Den in Nashville

The British folk rock band comes to 3rd and Lindsley

Danny Brown Parties at Exit / In

On Wednesday, October 26th, Danny Brown brought his special mix of lyrical wittiness and delightfully ignorant party music to Exit/In, one of Nashville’s smaller,...

Q&A with Grammy-nominated Vanessa Carlton

Grammy-nominated Vanessa Carlton recently embarked on an approximately two-month tour to perform songs ranging from her original 2002 album, Be Not Nobody, to her...

IN PHOTOS: Glass Animals go wild at the Ryman

The rising indie stars bring their sound to music city

Hustler Reviews: Kendrick Lamar’s “DAMN.”

Another concept album with subtler yet powerful themes