Marshall Stair would like to be a good steward of taxpayer dollars, supports neighborhoods, and has roots at both White Lily Flour and Standard Knitting Mills
Films! Jaystorm! Jonathan Sexton! The Black Cadillacs! What else do you need to know?
Hear how Cruz and company hooked up with a member of Sparklehorse, and how they remain unstinky.
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.
Watching bubbly teenagers morph into disciplined warriors is an interesting experience. One minute they’re giggling and gossiping. The next minute they’re performing water ballet on dry land – or on a cold hard floor, to be precise. Instructor Laura Raines beats a drum and guides the girls through a series …
WDVX’s monthly live broadcast, Tennessee Shines, is now established as the go-to venue for great, sometimes eclectic, music. The latest installment was a concert with no real singular highlights, just performance after performance that proved to be continually luminescent, with every musician at the top of their game.
Earlier this week Gay Street received a new building ornament courtesy of the Bijou Theatre. To kick-off 100 years of history, the theatre will begin its Bijou Jubilee on January 28th with the lighting of their new marquee. Thanks for the tip Morgan.