Brandon Giles and The Tricky Two

May 10, 2012 Amanda 1

With a hearty dose of Honky Tonk, a little blues, and a whole lot of Jerry Lee Lewis inspired piano riffs, Brandon Giles and the Tricky Two shine among the greats. A recent visit to downtown Nashville led me to find the rudimental power group performing some of their original hits at Layla’s Bluegrass Inn on Broadway. […]


A New STEP For Nashville

March 30, 2012 Amanda 1

With the majority of Music City being dominated by country music, sometimes people need something completely cutting edge and inventive to get ones attention. St. […]


Sing For Your Supper is A Hit With The Music Industry and Beyond

March 6, 2012 Amanda 1

Every Wednesday night, in the heart of midtown there is a a special evening that has become a hotspot among the music industry crowd. “Sing for Your Supper,” a weekly event at Lucy’s Country Cafe located in the Blue Bar on Division Street brings together great music and a delicious dining experience that is enjoyable not only for the diners but for the performers as well.


Alabama Line Songwriter’s Night, Tuesday’s at Blue Bar

March 6, 2012 Amanda 2

If you are looking for a hearty dose of soulful songwriting as well as a room full of country enthusiasts, the Alabama Line songwriter’s night makes for an implausible performance. Started in 2004 by Wayne Mills, Hal Bruni, Tony Brook and Curt Brewer, Alabama Line originated to gain recognition and promote artists, bands and musicians that were from the home state of Alabama. […]

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CD Review: Let Us In: Nashville

February 20, 2012 Amanda 0

A worthwhile cause meets a star-studded cast of Country stars. That alone should be a good enough reason to invest a few bucks in this new album. But even better, the artists involved, under the sure hand of producer Dennis d’Amico, a varied and thoroughly enjoyable musical package […]