December 1: Friends of the Fringe event – The Music City Big Break Concert Series. Semifinalists Laura Reed, the Gills, Chapels, Time Cat, Casey Weston, Justin Kalk, Sam Burchfield, and Linney will perform at Mercy Lounge. Doors at 6pm, $7 G.A. Pre-sale. Click here for more information on the event series.
December 5: Backed by Back Pockets and the Nashville Horns, E.T. and AL-D will be celebrating the release of their new album, Inevitable, at fooBAR. The night will be hosted by Rashad Tha Poet, and will also feature Cole Jonique, Mutual Groove, and DJ Vamp. This is a FREE show, and will kick off at 9:00pm. Click here to RSVP to the show on Facebook.
Tonight Fringe Radio host AL-D will be joined by MC and Fringe Radio Show co-host E.T. in the studio, where the duo will run through E.T.’s musical career in advance of their forthcoming collaborative release, Inevitable.
In an interview last year E.T. spelled out his artistic mission statement as something that drives him to deliver “good hip hop music, a positive vibe, [and] a positive atmosphere.” To read more about E.T.’s musical journey, winding all the way back to Kentucky where he first came up in the Louisville scene, check out our 2014 feature – “E.T.: Positivity Over Personality.”
Returning for her third appearance on the Fringe Radio Show*, Samantha will be discussing the upcoming Hi615 show at Mercy Lounge & The High Watt, which will go down this coming Saturday, November 28. The event will feature Crowns, the Trigger Code, the Future, the Gad Gods, Good English, Secret Club, the Trinity Schill Kill, and Samantha’s own band, Frances and the Foundation. Click here for more information on the event, or to RSVP via Facebook.
The Fringe Radio Show will go live tonight at 6:00pm (Central) on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).
East Nashville Underground will be reuniting for a trio of shows this November 19, 20 & 21 at The Basement East. Acts to be featured include Ranch Ghost, ELEL, the Gills, Blackfoot Gypsies, KS Rhoades, Richie, Vinyl Thief, Buffalo Rodeo, Kansas Bible Company, the Wans, Justin Kalk, Heavy Sole, the Jag, the Future, Waterfall Wash, Tesla Rossa, Jon Byrd & Byrd’s Auto Parts, Allen Thompson Band, DJ Rate, DJ Jazzy Jazz & DJ Tanner. Tickets are $35 for the whole weekend or $50 for a VIP pass (including 4 free draft beers, a festival shirt, VIP area and more swag). Individual tickets are $15 and will be available at the door but are limited. Click here to RSVP on Facebook.
Backed by Back Pockets and the Nashville Horns, E.T. and AL-D will be celebrating the release of their new album, Inevitable, Saturday, December 5 at fooBAR. The night will be hosted by Rashad Tha Poet, and will also feature Cole Jonique, Mutual Groove, and DJ Vamp. This is a FREE show, and will kick off at 9:00pm. Click here to RSVP to the show on Facebook.
This Friday, November 20 Meant for the Milk Crate will return to The Stone Fox for a show featuring Prophecy, Sasha Renee, Sofa Brown, Rain Wordsmith & DJ Vamp. Tickets for the event are $5, doors are at 9pm, and there’ll be an open mic cypher after the show. Click here for more on Meant for the Milk Crate.
“In This Together” is from E.T. and AL-D‘s forthcoming collaborative release. “Moonwax” appears on Fraug‘s 2015 self-titled EP. “No Tears” is the lead track from Truth Clipsy‘s EP titled The Lion. “Fight” appears on Bentley Caldwell‘s album, A Place to Be. “Dangerous Woman” is from Dynamo‘s 2015 release, Find Your Way. “The Revelation” is from Jeni Calhoun‘s mixtape titled Resurrection of Hip Hop. “Train Ride Home” is taken from the Great Barrier Reefs‘ 2014 release, Are You Scared?!