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  1. Watch Alabama Shakes Play 'Don't Wanna Fight' and...Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Nashville Scene

    Three weeks ago, Alabama-bred, Nashville-frequenting soul sensations Alabama Shakes unleashed a slew of information regarding their upcoming record : It will be called Sound and Color , it will be out April 21 via ATO Records, and the first single, "Don't Wanna Fight," is "a four-minute number with a jittering guitar line and characteristically impassioned vocals." Over the weekend, frontwoman Brittany Howard & Co.

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  2. Review: The Nashville Symphony Performs Mahler's Mighty Ninth SymphonyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Nashville Scene

    Gustav Mahler's Ninth Symphony was in the news a few years ago. Alan Gilbert, music director of the New York Philharmonic, was conducting the spiritually sublime and extraordinarily soft final passages of Mahler's Symphony No.

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  3. Gradient Tonight at TPAC's Johnson TheaterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 2 | Nashville Scene

    Gradient is dark, mysterious, frenzied and disturbing - in other words, just what you might expect from a story about "a young woman torn between the light and dark sides of her own humanity." This collaborative performance pairs the vocals, beats, ambient music and hip-hop accents of Nashville's music production trio BASECAMP with Found Movement , the Nashville-based contemporary dance company featuring the choreography of Stacie Flood-Popp.

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  4. Former Opry Staff Guitarist Jimmy "Spider" Wilson Dies at 79Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Nashville Scene

    Jimmy "Spider" Wilson, one of Nashville's most storied sidemen, has died. A Nashville native, Wilson played guitar in the Grand Ole Opry house band from 1953 until 2006, backing a half-century's worth of country legends who graced the Opry stage.

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  5. PUJOL Teams With Everything Is Terrible for...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Nashville Scene

    About 10 months ago, I sat down across from PUJOL frontman Daniel Pujol in United Record Pressing's storage facility here in Nashville, where we talked about last year's critically acclaimed , brainy philoso-punk LP, KLUDGE . "I'm interested in making art," Pujol told me.

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  6. Veteran Waiter Sues the Palm for $436,000, Claiming Age DiscriminationRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Nashville Scene

    Habitues of the Palm steakhouse on Lower Broadway may have noted the absence of longtime server Eugene "Gene" Zane, a favorite of guests since the restaurant opened. "My first visit to the Nashville Palm was New Year's Eve, and it was love at first sight.

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  7. Weekend Round-up: 'Hangin' On the Telephone' StyleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Nashville Scene

    It's time for a moment of silence for area code 615. No, not that Area Code 615 .

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  8. National Barbecue Industry to Converge on Nashville Next WeekRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Feb 27 | Nashville Scene

    If you really want to be in the know about what's going on in your own hometown, it's worth taking a look at the rolling calendar of conventions maintained by the Nashville Convention and Visitors Corp. Like the TV slogan says, "the more you know," and it's probably a good thing to know when there are several thousand country music DJs or a passel of Shriners wandering around downtown. But you shouldn't need a hint next week to realize that the National BBQ Association annual conference is in town.

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  9. #SolidGoldClit: Giant Clitoris Statue Unveiled at SewaneeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Nashville may be It City, but Sewanee is closing in on the title of Clit City: An enormous gold clitoris was installed yesterday in The University of the South's main library. The artist, Sophia Wallace , has a history of feminist, clitori-themed work, which includes the neon sign proclaiming "Cliteracy" that was also installed at the Sewanee site.

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  10. Numbah 4,080: Gee Slab, Alocodaman, Ro MarquezRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    The tumble to the bottom often spurs the most inspiring climb back to the top. Such is the case with Gee Slab, whose third LP, Man Before Rapper , dropped late last month.

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  11. Remembering Songwriter and Session Great Bobby EmmonsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Bobby Emmons, who died in Nashville Feb. 23 at age 72, was one of the most prolific of the Memphis-trained session musicians who came to Nashville in the '70s. A keyboardist whose light touch enhanced the work of country singers, soul shouters and singer-songwriters, Emmons was also an accomplished songwriter himself.

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  12. Travel Channel's Booze Traveler Premieres Tennessee Episode on MondayRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Jack Maxwell is the host of Booze Traveler on the Travel Channel. After a season of traveling the world discovering unique spirits products and the stories behind their creation in 13 countries, Maxwell's production team finally decided to celebrate America's spirit .

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  13. Mike Floss w/Jung Youth & Villz Tonight at The Stone FoxRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Perhaps you've heard that Music City's hip-hop scene is nothing to sneeze at - that it's actually been a force to be reckoned with for some time now, whether or not you've been paying any attention. If you'd like to play catch-up by laying eyes on a trifecta of very solid and very diverse local talent that embodies just how strong Nashville's stable of young hip-hop artists is, tonight's Red Bull Sound Select show at The Stone Fox is the place to do it.

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  14. Remembering Dave Cloud, Gretchen Peters, Drew Holcomb, Look What I...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    The Book of David : Remembering the late musician, artist and cult hero Dave Cloud, whose Gospel of Power lives on Middle Ages : Gretchen Peters and Drew Holcomb, two songwriters at different points in their careers, reflect on their craft One Step Beyond : Look What I Did takes songwriting to the outer limits on latest rock opera Marshall Law : Famed pop-rock tunesmith Marshall Crenshaw reflects on his Nashville days Reviews : Two of Nashville's best singer-songwriters reach new heights on new releases Between Life and Death : Violinist Carolyn Huebl and pianist Mark Wait perform the emotionally charged music of American composer Michael Hersch

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  15. Hot Beer Festival News: East Nashville Beer Fest, and Nuit BelgeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Rivaled only by the release of the quarterly discounted gift cards from the Nashville Originals and the annual land grab for the limited tickets to the 12South Winter Warmer, tomorrow is a day to be fast with your fingers and sitting at your computer at 10 a.m. That's because tickets go on sale for the annual East Nashville Beer Festival at that time on Friday, Feb. 27. The event, which will again be held in East Park on April 11, promises to add several new breweries to the lineup, new food options, a change to the live music setup and a rearranged festival site.

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  16. $100 Million for a Flood Wall for DowntownRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    The Mayor is proposing a $100 million plan to deal with flooding downtown. Joey Garrison over at the Tennessean has the details.

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  17. It's a really good time to be eating in Nashville - but...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    There are a lot of ways to measure a restaurant's success, but this is surely one of most telling: On a Saturday night when Nashville had been iced over for a week, and businesses, bars and dining establishments were all struggling to draw patrons, City House was packed. That in itself isn't news: It's always packed.

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  18. Gretchen Peters and Drew Holcomb, two songwriters at different points ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Gretchen Peters plays Friday, Feb. 27, at The Franklin Theatre; Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors play Saturday, Feb. 28, at The Ryman For artists somewhere in the middle stretch of their careers - a time when musicians often succumb to the anesthetizing inertia of repeating themselves or grasp at relevance with big, desperate gestures - moments of clarity can be hard won, but they're not entirely unheard of.

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  19. Famed pop-rock tunesmith Marshall Crenshaw reflects on his Nashville daysRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Pop-rock great Marshall Crenshaw recorded some of his best work in Nashville in the '90s, and the singer-songwriter-guitarist has also written with Music City tunesmiths and paid tribute to country music during his 35-year career. Talking to the Scene via phone from his home in upstate New York, Crenshaw responds to a prompt asking for specific examples of country songwriting's influence on his music, with predictable results.

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  20. Look What I Did takes songwriting to the outer limits on latest rock operaRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Feb 26 | Nashville Scene

    Barry Donegan, lead singer for long-running Nashville prog-punks Look What I Did, is on the phone with the Scene , explaining the sprawling, planet-hopping storyline for his band's latest rock opera, Zanzibar III: Analog Prison . While Donegan and his crew have always stood out from the pack, taking typical Nashville technicality and turning it into a Dadaist whirlwind of sounds and styles, with Zanzibar they've completely obliterated any connection they may have had to Music City's songwriting hive mind.

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