Episode 82 

The Scenecast is the "audio extension of the music section of the print edition of the Nashville Scene" and expands your reading pleasure with sonic illustrations to keep your ear in gear with your eye.

The Scenecast is the "audio extension of the music section of the print edition of the Nashville Scene" and expands your reading pleasure with sonic illustrations to keep your ear in gear with your eye.June is busting out all over on Scenecast Episode 82 with stuffing from The Bravery, Bottle Rockets, Jason and the Scorchers, Tommy Womack,  Porter Wagoner, Marty Stuart, Chatham C. Line, Russ Barenberg, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Weedeater, The Comas, Chris Cornell and Jake Shimabukuro, who is performing at the Nashville Symphony World Music Festival.Spread the Love.Speaking of the Nashville Symphony...the symphony will present its first-ever world music festival (sponsored by the Scene) June 6-8 at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center.   The three-day festival, sponsored by Target, will focus on music of the Americas and includes evening performances by Latino country singer Rick Trevino, ukulele virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro and Brazilian jazz pianist Sergio Mendes and his band. (The Nashville Symphony will not perform at this festival).

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