Nashville Fringe Festival

Celebrating the diversity of Nashville artists

July 2023 Newsletter

Published in Newsletters.

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The Nashville Fringe Festival exists to celebrate the diversity of Nashville artists & to honor the legends among us who enrich our city and inspire our lives. This month we’re sharing news & offerings from several friends from around town.

Fringe Radio Show

Every Monday Night on Radio Free Nashville, WRFN-LP Pasquo 103.7 & 107.1 FM

The Fringe Radio Show with E.T. and AL-D

Each and every Monday night the Fringe Radio Show takes the airwaves on Radio Free Nashville to host and promote a wide variety of music. Check out our archives, which include programs dating back to 2013, or take a look back with us at some of the great Nashville talent that has appeared on the show during the month of July in years gone by: T.R.A.N.E Spitta (2022), Rashad ThaPoet (2018), JusBam (2017), Fauna Halo & Sofa Brown (2015), and Guthrie Brown (2014).

And while we’re at it, join us in taking a look back at some of the great Fringe-related events that have gone down during the month of July: Music from Around the World at Belmont Mansion (2013), Rae Hering at South x Sea Studio (2015), and the Greg Bryant Expansion at The Arts Company (2014).


Far Out Fest is back, with three days of psychedelic art, music, poetry & film! July 13, 14 & 15 will see the festival kick off around down at The Groove and The East Room. Click here for more information and to get tickets.

The Pink Spiders have returned with new music, which you can sample in the above video for the track “Devotion.” Their new album Freakazoid is out now!

And a shout out to Jo Corso, who reached out this month to share his music – you can check out “High Line” and “Limerance” here on his website.

And here are a few events to put on your calendar this month:

  • Monday, July 10 will see Teddy at Night, Lucy from the Internet & Eddie Ortiz play The Basement.
  • Angela Autumn and Noah G. Fowler will be playing the Basement July 12.
  • July 22 will see the Brooklyn Bowl host the New York Night Train Soul Clap & Dance Off with Deejay Jonathan Toubin & a performance by Crystal Egg.
  • Monday, July 24 The Basement will host performances from Mercy Hell with Fauna Halo & Gil Costello.

A decade ago
Overlooking it all
The city is what it was
As it is
As it never was.

It has changed
Everything does
As time takes hold
So, too
Changes the view.