Friday, September 22, 2017

Q&A: The Hustler sits down with Colbie Caillat to discuss her...

Colbie Caillat is ready to get personal with her fans. Her North American tour for her newest album, The Malibu Sessions, is completely acoustic...

Lights on the Lawn 2016 marks another successful year

Despite the lackluster line-up, LOTL still managed to draw hundreds and raise thousands

The Nashville Symphony performs Rite of Spring

A stunning evening of Stravinsky and more

Vanessa Carlton in concert in Nashville

Back in 2002, Vanessa Carlton left her lasting mark on pop music history. I’ve found that a mere mention of her typically evokes one...

The Flaming Lips ignite Nashville once again

The Lips’ antics are just as entertaining and awe-inspiring one year later

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...

Wild Nothing casts a synth-rock spell over indie rockers

At Exit / In, the weekend never ends. Even on hump day, locals and students shuffle into their tiny, black box venue ready to...

Q&A: Small Black’s frontman Josh Kolenik shares details on their creative...

Breezy and thoughtful electro-indie-pop quartet, Small Black are back on the scene with their 3rd studio album, Best Blues. The Vanderbilt Hustler got a...

“Wearable Surfaces” at Nashville’s Zeitgeist Gallery

Seven local artists and designers used their unique styles and expertise to fuse artwork and wearable garments.

The Sleeping Beauty hits the stage

The Nashville Ballet takes on one of ballet’s most timeless and challenging performances