The Nashville Zoo isn’t at any typical zoo. It’s actually a pretty hopping (no pun intended) place for people of all ages to be throughout the year – especially the Summer. The one thing it’s most known for every year though, especially with the 21+ crowd, is Brew at the Zoo. You might remember my coverage of […]Read more "Brew at the Zoo | 2017 Review"
The Nashville Film Festival has been growing every year, since it was founded in 1969. This year was no exception as hundreds of directors, actors, press and film-lovers alike, spent the month of April frequenting the Regal Hollywood 27 on Thompson Lane in Nashville. The lucky winners that got their time on the big screen […]Read more "Nashville’s Film Fest ’17"
Hailing from Fort Worth, TX, The Unlikely Candidates took hold of Nashville this month at a local venue known as High Watt. Playing songs new and old, they focused on tracks off of their February release, Bed of Liars. I talked to the band after their set to learn more about the story behind their formation and their […]Read more "The Unlikely Candidates Likely to Return to Nashville"
Nashville, TN singer/songwriter, Kailey Miller took a moment last month to share a little piece of her world with the rest of us. Powerful vocals, underlined by river-like piano melodies make for an emotional journey. Miller’s latest EP, Dawn is a refreshing breath of fresh air in a saturated world of over-produced beats and synthetic vocals. The […]Read more "Kailey Miller Discovers a New Dawn"
Nashville is the biggest small town. It’s a contradiction as in sometimes it feels like you’re far from being a thread in the fabric of the city and sometimes it feels like you’re the needle tying it all together. I think the people that feel this way most are the many bands emerging in the Nashville […]Read more "Us & Them"
Happy New Year! In the words of Staind – It’s Been Awhile. I had a whirlwind of a 2016. In case you were wondering, I did stick to my 2016 “New Year” resolution to be more interested. I started to ask questions when people talked about things I’d never heard of. I took classes and watched DIY videos and strived to […]Read more "2016 in Music"
The Roosevelts, a duo composed by the talents of Jason Kloess and James Mason, is a positive testament to the ever-growing music scene in Music City, U.S.A.. If you’re wondering how they got their name, Jason says it best: “It was President’s Day. It was our first day in the studio. We had the songs, […]Read more "Talking with The Roosevelts"