March 12: Night of the Silvermen

Night of the Silvermen

“Night of the Silvermen,” a free event taking place at the Stone Fox March 12, will feature the Jack Silverman Ordeal (with Viktor Krauss), with electric violinist Tracy Silverman opening. Tracy will go on around 8:15 with the band starting about an hour later.

The Stone Fox is located at 712 51st Avenue N. Nashville, TN 37209.

March 8: Mando Blues Birthday Bash

Mando Blues Soulshine 2014

The Mando Blues 4 Year Anniversary Celebration at Soulshine Pizza Factory. Two stages full of great bands and artists steeped in their love of the Blues. So far we have confirmed Charles “Wigg” Walker, Kim Logan, Night Owl, John D’Amato, Amanda Broadway, The Jake Leg Stompers, Blackfoot Gypsies, IBC Finalist Matt Tedder, Skinny Buddha, Corey Mac, Etta Britt and Amy Hart. There will be a crawfish boil and great beer prices. Make plans to spend a fun day with us as we celebrate four years of producing the most unusual and fun radio show. Music from noon to Midnight! No cover charge!!! 1907 Division Street, Nashville, Tennessee 37203 | The event starts at noon.

Join the event on Facebook by clicking here.

[Mando Blues is a radio show showcasing the Blues with live guest performances, interviews and deep cuts from every period & sub-genre of the Blues. Recorded at the Omega Lab, a one-of-a-kind 5.1 surround sound studio built on a hill in the woods Pasquo, TN (West Nashville). This is the four year anniversary of the start of the project. In that time over 200 acts, over 600 musicians, from over 25 states and 6 countries have appeared on the show.]

March 6: Mode Fresh, Uberphonics, Great Barrier Reefs at the Rutledge

Great Barrier Reefs Rutledge

Thursday, March 6, Mode Fresh, Uberphonics & the Great Barrier Reefs will be performing at the Rutledge (410 Fourth Avenue South, Nashville 37201). Cover is $5, doors are at 7:30pm, and the show starts at 8:00pm. *Special Programming Note: representatives from the bands will be guests with Al-D on the February 24 episode of the Fringe Radio Show – tune in at 6:00pm on

Also: Click here to RSVP to the event on Facebook.

Nashville Scene: Swap Meet Symphony Critic’s Pick

Al-D Swap Meet Symphony Nashville Scene Critics Pick

You know who had a helluva a 2013? Al-motherfuckin’-D, that’s who. The dude has been playing all sorts of shows — art, hip-hop, whatever kinda shows you’ve got — dropped a dope mixtape, and won a Best of Nashville. But 2014 has ushered in the same old plan for ol’ Al-to-the-D: Hustle, hustle, hustle. His first gig of the year features some of the city’s finest and funkiest bands and DJs, plus a whole slew of MCs, all throwing down in one giant orgy of a hip-hop night. Plus it’s all hosted by Music City’s Sultan of Suave, the Duke of Dashing, the one the only Grand Marshal of Gummy Soul, Mr. Wally Clark. Which is a damn solid way to start off your new year. The show is free, and it’s presented by Nashville Fringe Festival.
Sean L. Maloney

January 18: The Sanguine Carnival

Bad Things Vampyre Ball Presents the Sanguine Carnival

Saturday, January 18, Bad Things Vampyre Ball Presents the Sanguine Carnival at Exit/In (2208 Elliston Pl; Nashville, TN 37203). The event features DJ Lore, Asylum Burlesque Revue, Shane Valentine, BloodDrive, Vertical Tangents, & Joe Kelley. Entry is $20 in advance, $25 at the door (VIP tickets are available for $50 – $150).

Click here to R.S.V.P. to the event on Facebook.

January 11: Al-D, the Grips, DJ Rate, Wally Clark & Swap Meet Symphony

Al-D Grips DJ Rate Basement Fringe

The Nashville Fringe Festival will be kicking things off in the new year with our first show at the Basement: Saturday, January 11. The night will feature Al-D, the Grips, DJ Rate, Wally Clark & Swap Meet Symphony. The Basement is located at 1604 8th Ave S #330, Nashville, TN 37203 // This is a free event, and the doors open at 9:00pm.

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.]