Hear how Cruz and company hooked up with a member of Sparklehorse, and how they remain unstinky.
Hear Scott Miller wax poetic on Neil Diamond’s abundant catalog of Christmas tunes, the virility of Knoxville musicians, and where he’ll be on New Year’s Eve. Photo by Clare.
Todd Steed: The man; The myth; The fella in this here interview. Hear Steed’s thoughts on Knoxville’s tap water, and the implosion of big record companies.
If you love music and festivals then you’re going to love Downtown Knoxville this weekend.
Over 40 artists, 9 venues, 1 festival and we’ve got 2 tickets for it all! Check the site throughout the day for your chance to win.
Photo by Lance McCord Having no real predicated love for the Indigo Girls, I wasn’t really sure what to expect of Amy Ray. What I got, in turn, was an amazing performance from a seasoned musician who has culled together a top notch band.
Image taken from HevyDevy.com “Heavy metal at the Bijou?” you ask. Surely not. Yes, I was treated to a night of metal at the historic Bijou Theatre… and don’t call me Shirley.
In writing this review my gut is wanting to swing towards an unhealthy diatribe about the sad state of pop music. Not as a dismissal of what Jag Star does and represents, but the fact that they haven’t broke to a number one download in the iTunes Store. Yet no …
David Keith got into acting to meet girls. Or so he claims. Keith explains that he never got involved in the emotional side of his career, meaning he didn’t buy into the Hollywood hype that derails so many young actors. Nor does acting define his identity. “I got paid to …
Photo by: Mr. Goodspeed Earlier this week the announcement was made that Sundown in the City will trim its schedule from 12 shows to 5. Are you happy or sad to see to a shorter Sundown schedule?