Preview: Marlon Dotson on the Fringe Radio Show

For the May 1 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will be speaking with author and MC Marlon Dotson.

On the table for discussion will be Dotson’s most recent book, Bald Headz Ball Hard, and the duo will also look back on their time together in the New Block Order. Expect plenty of throwback music from that era, where Dotson performed under the name of Chilli Sauce.

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).

Nashville Scene Critics’ Pick: Black Holler at The Belcourt

In the wake of films like Scream and Cabin in the Woods, you’d think more stock characters in horror flicks would have some idea of the peril their behavior puts them in. But where would the fun be in that? The all-local crew behind Black Holler is hip to this quandary, and the film revels in the campiness of familiar situations for maximum comedic effect. To wit, the plot features a bunch of cheese-addled horn-dog students who go traipsing into the woods like so much machete fodder, and it’s up to Laquita Johnson (played by the outstanding Tamiko Robinson Steele, who recently starred in Nashville Rep’s production of A Raisin in the Sun opposite Eddie George) to save them from the terrors that await. You’ve got your choice of screenings for the film’s world premiere on Monday: Come early for the Fancy Screening, complete with (bloody) red carpet, photo ops and a talkback, or come late for the Rowdy Screening, which promises Rocky Horror-style audience participation. STEPHEN TRAGESER, Nashville Scene

Preview: Black Holler on the Fringe Radio Show

For the April 17 edition of the Fringe Radio Show, host AL-D will be speaking with Bruce and Heidi Ervin from the film Black Holler.

Black Holler is a Kickstarter-funded, horror-comedy, feature film produced in Nashville, TN starring Tamiko Robinson. In addition to acting in the film, which both Heidi and Bruce did, Heidi co-wrote and produced the project, and Bruce scored the film.

A pair of Bruce’s tracks are available on the Fringe’s most recent seasonal sampler, and tickets for Black Holler’s April 24 premiere are available at The Belcourt.

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).