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Yesterday the magazine's website reported that Nashville's favorite trad-rock troupe's forthcoming fourth LP, the awesomely titled Dancin' With Wolves , will drop Feb. 25 via Burger Records...Teasing the record, Spin streamed Wolves ' lead single,
O'Connor (who Spurgeon brilliantly describes both as a "hayseed" and "a dog-eared copy of The Baby-Sitter's Club that your mom threw out without even asking") proceeds to perform a sultry little number by the name of "Waitin'."...Fans of local
44 PM * Last we saw Caitlin Rose, she was covering The National's "Pink Rabbits." She's since returned from a string of dates across the pond, and among those dates was a performance at the End of the Road Festival at Larmer Tree Gardens in Dorset.
Ticket sales put the proof in that pudding, as the brainy Brooklyn neo-New Wavers' return to the Ryman (on Sunday night) sold out months in advance. In keeping with Nashville's Nationalistic love, local hometown heroine Caitlin Rose cut a countrified
In the above clip, published in Google Play's "50 Under 30" series on young movers and shakers in the music biz, Ms. Rose briefs us on two of her favorite records: the contemporary Trouble Will Find Me by The National, and the classic I'm Just a
13 AM It's a big day for native Alabaman and current Nashvillian Jason Isbell. Today marks the release of his brand-new long-player Southeastern , and he'll celebrate with an in-store this evening (6 p.m.) at Grimey's.
A brand-new entry in the Cream's Best Local Rock Songs Ever series...DIY2K If you wrote song as good as this, you'd open your record with it too. Just as Daniel Pujol did on his 2012 Saddle Creek debut full-length, United States of Being . An entry
Texas As South by Southwest enters its home stretch the music festival and conference will conclude Saturday evening the temptations become harder to resist. The event, now in its 27th year, was once a showcase for the unsigned and the independent,
Caitlin Rose and Andrew Bird Posted by Stephen Trageser on Wed, Mar 13, 2013 at 7:45 AM Last Thursday, we told you about a couple of happenin' in-store performances going down at Grimey's Too: Caitlin Rose warming up for her release show Saturday
Andrew Combs and Steelism at Mercy Lounge, 3/9/13 Posted by The Spin on Mon, Mar 11, 2013 at 2:03 PM It was a long drive out to Murfreessboro to catch the Save Macaulay the Band's record release at Casa Burrito, but it was totally worth it...The Spin