Deep Fried Five and Funkonauts will be playing a free show on Saturday, December 28th at The High Watt in Nashville, TN. There will be a live film crew, which will be filming the entire night (including everyone in the crowd!). Doors are at 9:00 pm, and The High Watt is located at 1 Cannery Row, Nashville, Tennessee 37203.
For more information, RSVP to the event via Facebook.
Oscar Utterstrom and Michael Whittaker will be playing the Five Spot this coming December 19. Doors are at 6:00pm and the cover is $5.
Jazz saxophonist Chris West is bringing a very special presentation of JunkYard Horns to the Building, featuring a 12-piece funk/jazz band, Wednesday, November 20, 2013! (The event also features animation segments and special surprises.) JunkYard Horns’ music has been dubbed “Tower of Power meets James Brown meets Frank Zappa!” Doors are at 7:00pm; the show starts at 8:00pm; cover is $5.
For more information, RSVP to the event here via Facebook.
The Tennessee Women’s Theater Project presents “Voices of Nashville” by Christine Mather and Sara Sharpe. This is a free event, taking place November 9 at 3:00pm, at Casa Azafran | 2195 Nolensville Pike, Nashville, TN 37211.
RSVP to the event here via Facebook.
The Nashville Fringe Festival is proud to help present The East Nash Halloween Bash featuring Gavin Shea, Guthrie Brown, Hide Your Mama & the Canyon Riders. The event will take place Saturday, November 2 at East Centric Pavilion / $15 or $10 with a costume / 3pm – 8pm. ($200 Best Costume Prize; $100 Pumpkin Pie Eating Contest; $100 Halloween Painting Contest.)
The Basement will be hosting Tesla Rose + repeat repeat + Heavy Sole + the Dirty Things this coming Thursday, October 31. Doors at 8pm, show at 9pm, $8.
Jazz Music City Records and the Nashville Fringe Festival present the Nashville Jazz Orchestra, directed by trumpeter/composer Jim Williamson, along with the Jazz Music City All-Stars (featuring Rahsaan Barber, Imer Santiago, Bruce Dudley and Marcus Finnie). The NJO will be performing a special concert celebrating the release of “It Ain’t Necessarily So,” a dynamic big-band recording of music by the great George Gershwin.
Monday, October 28 at 7pm @ 3rd and Lindsley // $15 cover (includes a copy of the NJO’s new CD!)
Bands for the event will begin performing at 4pm, and will include Waterfall Wash, Vinyl Thief, Slick, and Roots of a Rebellion. “Halloween” will hit the big screen at 8pm. Tickets are $5, and the event takes place at 1604 Shelby Avenue, Nashville, TN 37206.