Cheesy title aside, The Well is shaping up to be Knoxville’s new go-to venue for tremendous music and fine libations.
Shiny and the Spoon plays both the Blue Plate Special and at Barley’s, softly folk-rocking out.
Concurrently a history lesson, breakdown of the album… ending with a slovenly syrupy-sweet love letter to The V-Roys and a CONTEST!
Dolly Parton kicked off her Better Day World Tour right here in Knoxville. Laura Bower highlights the ups and downs of Dolly’s event that took place Sunday, July 17th.
Miller performs a dueling-of-the-minds-of-sorts alongside author Silas House, which sounds to be an interesting experiment.
Jill speaks about the writing of her new album, The Mirror, and what brings her back to Knoxville.
Justin Helton rises to the top, one swipe of the squeegee after another.
What do Charlie Sheen, Apple computers and Christopher Nolan’s dreamscape have to do with Knoxville? Find out how within.
In part two of NBT: Chyna and AMP, we highlight Chyna’s growing young business, Attack Monkey Productions. You may have heard of her clients: The Black Lillies, Ole Smokey Moonshine, Ben Sollee…
In part one of our Next Big Thing series, we’re putting the spotlight on someone that typically puts the spotlight on others. Chyna Brackeen is building a local business that we think could catapult her onto a national stage.