Upcoming Events:

Wednesday, July 4: Friends of the Fringe event = Party with a Purpose: A Cold Lunch Rock’n’roll Romp and Empowerment Party, featuring Okey Dokey, Penicillin Baby, Harpooner Chamber Ensemble, The Beech Benders, Twiggs, and O Summer. Located at Pavilion East / July 4 / Marketplace opens at noon / Music at 3 / $10.

Saturday, July 14: Meant for the Milk Crate at The Cobra, hosted by AL-D & E.T. with DJ Vamp, featuring Brown, Out Here Boys (Sofa Brown and Evan Blocker), Tyke T, and Weston. There will be an open mic cypher before and after the show / 9:30pm / 21+ / $5 cover.

Wednesday, October 24: What the Blues Has Done For You with Bayou & the Degradables at Wright Middle School / 180 Mccall St, Nashville, TN 37211.

[Click here for a complete listing of past events, and here for a Fringe Radio Show archive.]

July 4: Party with a Purpose

Friends of the Fringe at Cold Lunch Records will be holding Party with a Purpose July 4 at the Pavilion East in East Nashville. A Cold Lunch Rock’n’roll Romp and Empowerment Party will feature music from Okey Dokey, Penicillin Baby, Harpooner Chamber Ensemble, The Beech Benders, Twiggs, and O Summer. The marketplace opens at noon, with music at 3, and admission is $10.

*repeat repeat Summer 2018 Tour

Friends of the Fringe *repeat repeat will be hitting the road from June through August, playing in support of Peking Duk. The first two dates are local to the Nashville area, as the group will be taking the stage for multiple performances at Bonnaroo. Click through here to keep up with the band on Facebook, or for more information on the upcoming dates.

From the Archives: A Beginner’s Guide to Touring with *repeat repeat (April 2014)

Preview: Culture Freedom on the Fringe Radio Show

For the May 7, 2018 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will speak with Culture Freedom (of Poor Righteous Teachers) and Trane Spitta, who will both be performing at the next Meant for the Milk Crate, which will go down May 19 at The Cobra.

The Fringe Radio Show will go live Monday night at 6:00pm (Central) on Radio Free Nashville 103.7 FM (which is also streaming online at RadioFreeNashville.org).