Those Darlins w/Caitlin Rose, King D & Jimmy Neutron at YEAH! 

Blast Off!

Blast Off!
Yes, we're righting another blurb about YEAH. What can we say? The Murfreesboro youth arts center was cool in theory but even cooler in practice. Who else is going to follow up a Those Darlins/Caitlin Rose show with an after-party set by one the area’s hottest young rappers? Nobody, that's who. Honestly, though it makes a lotta sense putting King D after a killer country-punk double bill, King D's music is anthemic, party-ready and unabashedly Southern. King D also shares the same keen sense of lyricism and wry wit that have made Ms. Rose and Those Darlins local favorites—he just happens to do it over bangin', synth-drenched jeep beats. Make sure to download King D's free mixtape, The New Generation, from datpiff.com so you bump it on I-24 and let them know you’re comin'.
Sat., Dec. 12, 6:30 p.m., 2009

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