Saturday, November 11 Backstage at 3rd and Lindsley will be hosting a release party for Friend of the Fringe Eric Brace’s new album, Cartes Postales. Performing alongside Brace will be Rory Hoffman, Mark Fain, and Lynn Williams with Austin Filingo, Jeff Lisenby, and Joshua Hunt. Backstage at 3rd and Lindsley is located a couple of doors down to the left of the main entrance and doors are at 5 pm. The show will run from 6 to 7:15 sharp. (There are only 50 tickets on sale.) More info is available on Facebook.
April 5 will see a Friends of the Fringe event featuring *repeat repeat at 3rd & Lindsley. Doors are at 6pm, show at 8pm, $10.
Video of Roland Barber’s CD release show at 3rd & Lindsley produced by Make it Pop Creations.
Video of the Jazz Music City All-Stars (featuring Rahsaan Barber, Imer Santiago, Bruce Dudley and Marcus Finnie) taken by Make it Pop Creations. Click here for photos from the October 28 event.
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!)
Eric Brace presents “Hangtown Dancehall,” a folk-opera featuring Kelly Willis, Eric Brace, John Wesley Harding, Andrea Zonn, Jon Byrd, Peter Cooper, and more. The show will take place at 3rd & Lindsley Saturday, November 2, 2013. Tickets are $10 (limited reserved seating tickets are available for $20). Doors are at 6pm, and the show begins at 7pm.