Meant for the Milk Crate will return to The Cobra in East Nashville, Saturday, May 9. Hosted by AL-D and E.T., with sounds by DJ Vamp, the night will feature performances by A Playa Name Stones, Classic Williams, Weston, and Knowledge Nick. There will be an open mic cypher after the show, which takes place at 2511 Gallatin Ave. (9:30pm – 21+ – $10 cover).
For previews of the show, check out these episodes of the Fringe Radio Show which feature performing artists:
Saturday, November 9: Meant for the Milk Crate returns to The Cobra (2511 Gallatin Ave.). Hosted by AL-D and E.T. with sounds by DJ Vamp, the show will feature performances by Top Notch, Cronyk Illness, King the MC & Odd Moon, with an open mic cypher after the show! (9:30 – 21+ – $10 cover)
Saturday, November 9 friend of the Fringe Greg Bryant will bring his Expansion to Nine48jazz for a special fundraiser for the Nashville Jazz Workshop’s Charles H. Dungey Jr. Scholarship. $20 minimum donation / show at 7pm / 948 35th Ave. N. Nashville, 37209.
Sunday, November 3 at City Winery: A special event featuring Friend of the Fringe Rahsaan Barber, who will be bringing his quartet (with Bruce Dudley, John Birdsong & Chester Thompson) to City Winery for a performance of Hank Mobley’s Soul Station. The show kicks off at 7pm.
There are at least three milestones that you could reasonably argue mark the start of summer: the solstice, Memorial Day and the last day of school. That last one is closest to the feeling of Saturday’s installment of the Meant for the Milk Crate series, a showcase for local and regional hip-hop since 2012. You’ve got short-and-sweet sets from four choice acts. At the top of the bill is The Morning After Crew — a trio, something rare in Music City rap — and you’re going to want to get to know their 2018 album For My Friends. Maybe you already know local rap veterans Pow Shadowz and BeHoward, or rising champ Endre on Purpose (part of local label/collective It’s Like That Records), but if you don’t, don’t feel bad — come out and get familiar. As always, MFTMC co-founders AL-D and E.T. will be on hand to host (and hopefully spit a bar or two, because they are excellent rappers), DJ Vamp will man the 1s and 2s, and there will be an open-mic cypher after the show, where you can flex your rhyming abilities. 9:30 p.m. at The Cobra, 2511 Gallatin Ave. STEPHEN TRAGESER, Nashville Scene
For the January 21, 2019 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will be speaking with Taiyamo Denku, who will be headlining a show January 31 at Springwater, which will also feature performances by Raw Proof, Odd Moon, Orangejerz, and Weston.
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).