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  1. Road Trip to Chattanooga: Hop in the Car and Go See Hop Along Open for The War on DrugsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Nashville Scene

    Look at that beautiful thing on the right. That is Wednesday's weather forecast.

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  2. Joy Williams Releases 'Woman (Oh Mama)' Single, Unveils Album Details [Fresh Track]Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Nashville Scene

    It's been about eight months since semi-Nashvillian folk sensations The Civil Wars very officially called it quits , with members Joy Williams and John Paul White going their own ways to pursue their own endeavors. As it happens, Williams has been at work on her solo debut, Venus , which is scheduled for release "midsummer" by Columbia Records.

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  3. Bob Seger Plays the Hits at Bridgestone ArenaRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    It was nearly four years ago when The Spin last caught self-proclaimed ramblin', gamblin' man Bob Seger at Bridgestone arena . And it had not been the most glamorous of sights - there were mullets, chewing tobacco canisters and T-shirts implying blind patriotism and his Bobness abounding.

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  4. Take Me Out to The Band Box: Strategic Hospitality Partners With Nashville Sounds in New RestaurantRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    This morning, Strategic Hospitality announced a partnership with the Nashville Sounds , in which they will open a restaurant in the right field concourse area of the upcoming First Tennessee Park. The Band Box will open 90 minutes before each home game, and in addition to serving the non-ticketholder public, the restaurant will be accessible to game attendees and will offer service to an area of ticketed seats within the stadium.

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  5. Ariana Grande to Play Bridgestone Arena, Now Watch Her Fail at FreestylingRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    So, Floridian pop star au courant Ariana Grande will headline Bridgestone Arena on Sept. 22, where the singer last appeared to put a little "Bang Bang" in Little Big Town's CMA Awards performance.

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  6. Rolf and Daughters Books Philadelphia's Eli Kulp as Next Guest ChefRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    Chef Philip Krajeck and his staff at Rolf and Daughters have been in demand for guest chef gigs across the country and around the globe, thanks for the success of their work at their Germantown eatery. Now, they're calling in some chits to set up a series of guest dinners for those of us here in Nashville to enjoy.

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  7. Barry Calls In Star Power Just Before Fundraising DeadlineRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Nashville Scene

    No one sang at Megan Barry's fundraiser headlined by major names in Nashville's music scene, but no one had to. Just two days before this month's mayoral fundraising deadline and with at least one poll showing her in the lead, hundreds of the Barry campaign's closest friends packed into the back of Cabana to see two iconic women, Emmylou Harris and Connie Britton, champion the power of strong women and herald the councilwoman for mayor.

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  8. Weekend Warriors: Here's What Scene Staffers Are Doing This WeekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Nashville Scene

    I just started Paula Hawkins' novel The Girl on the Train , and it's gradually sinking its hooks in me now that another narrator has been introduced: I don't think these tracks will stay parallel for very long. I also checked out Jim Shepard's 2011 short-story collection You Think That's Bad , mainly because I've wanted for some time to read "Master of Miniatures," his fictional profile of the very real Eiji Tsuburaya, special-effects director for the 1954 Godzilla .

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  9. Jim Ed Brown adds a new LP to his long career, and a new title: Hall of FamerRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    For many country fans, a favorite finally received his just due this week. The great Jim Ed Brown and the Browns were among the newest members inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame, entering in the "Veterans Era Artist" category.

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  10. Front of the Book: Vouchers, City Hall, and the Preds in the PostseasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Nashville Scene

    On the cover this week, Randy Fox explores the Country Music Hall of Fame's new exhibit , Dylan, Cash and the Nashville Cats. Here's what's in the news: Legislators plan to supply up to 5,000 school vouchers, redeemable this fall, to low-income students from the state's lowest performing schools.

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  11. Nashville Wine and Food Festival Returns to Riverfront ParkRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Mar 27 | Nashville Scene

    After last year's inaugural iteration of the Nashville Wine and Food Festival , organizers almost immediately went to work planning the second edition. This year's Nashville Wine and Food Festival will be held from noon to 4 p.m. Saturday, May 16. The festival will return to Riverfront Park and will benefit the Nashville Symphony .

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  12. There's a Kickstarter for an Unfinished R. Stevie Moore DocRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    Considering the much-belated breakthrough success of Daniel Johnston via 2005's must-see The Devil and Daniel Johnston doc - and the instant cult-hero-status upgrade enjoyed by bands like Rodriguez and Death due to the respective and heartwarming rock docs Waiting for Sugarman and A Band Called Death - there's isn't much that dedicated music fans love more than the dramatic saga of an unheralded creative genius getting his or her belated dues and discovering a new diamond in the rough complete with a back catalog of classics ready to be discovered.

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  13. Sidewalks, or the Lack ThereofRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    I'm glad to see that the city is finally putting sidewalks on Harding Place, but this story over at WKRN irks me . More than two years after a deadly accident put a spotlight on the need for sidewalks in south Nashville, people living in the area are finally getting them.

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  14. Acclaimed photographer Katy Grannan's first Nashville exhibition is seductive and startlingRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    "Wanda Stands Alone Under the 9th Street Bridge," Modesto, CA. A Katy Grannan, courtesy Fraenkel Gallery, San Francisco, Salon 94, New York, and Sherrick and Paul, Nashville Walking into Sherrick and Paul Gallery to see Katy Grannan's photographs isn't unlike watching a film in an IMAX theater for the first time - except that the subjects of Grannan's photos, larger-than-life and crackling with supernatural detail, aren't action-packed summer blockbuster fare, unless your idea of action is big personalities posed against white-washed stucco building facades.

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  15. Mounting new musicals in a new venue, Street Theatre Company scores with the moving MemphisRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    Street Theatre Company begins a new chapter in its productive if sometimes peripatetic existence, having finally made the move from its former home on Elm Hill Pike to Bailey Middle School in the heart of East Nashville. There's usually nothing modern about an old-fashioned public-school theater/auditorium.

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  16. How Nashville cats set off the big bang when country met rock, in the ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    From Left: Randy Scruggs, Earl Scruggs, Bob Dylan and Gary Scruggs in Carmel, N.y., circa 1972, from the documentary film Earl Scruggs: The Bluegrass Legend - Family and Friends Forty-nine years ago on a slightly chilly March evening, Bob Dylan and a small group of musicians were sequestered in Columbia Recording Studios on 16th Avenue South in Nashville. They were hard at work finishing the tracks for what became Dylan's 1966 album Blonde on Blonde .

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  17. How do the mayoral candidates differ? The degrees to which they'd ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    Although Nashville's mayoral field has at times seemed committed to five months of aggressive nodding in unison, people attending recent candidate forums may have picked up on an idea or two that distinguishes one from another. One of the most interesting divisions stems from an area where many of the candidates seem to agree.

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  18. Exploring the crossroads of music, dance and film, the modern music...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    If conductor Kelly Corcoran weren't a musician, one imagines she might have become a corporate entrepreneur. She's always starting up new organizations.

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  19. And that number, Bob Seger, is Seven - the forgotten 1974 classic we need on vinyl, prontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Mar 26 | Nashville Scene

    May I call you Bob? I'm going to call you Bob. Can I ask you a huge, huge favor? Can we finally get some reissues of your classic mid-period work? Specifically, your Nashville-recorded, damn-close-to-perfect and impeccably titled seventh album Seven .

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  20. People Issue: Meet Some of Music City's Finest Producers, Songwriters and Pedal-Steel PlayersRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | Nashville Scene

    Before the new dead-tree edition of the Scene comes out tomorrow, be sure to pick up a copy of our 2015 People Issue , where we've profiled some of the coolest folks in this city. Since Nashville is the music-inclined town that it is, there were plenty of folks in the music industry worth a mention.

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