Pamela Anderson has filed for divorce from Kid Rock.
I bet you a case of Coors Light they'll be remarried at Wildhorse Saloon within two years. Tootsie's has bad mojo now.
The Raconteurs - "Broken Boy Soldiers" live from City Hall.
and bonus video, openers The Muldoons.
Nashville's unlistenable "active rock" station 102.9 the Buzz has replaced the crappy syndicated morning talk show "Bob and Tom" with a different crappy syndicated morning talk show from Michigan called "Free Beer and Hot Wings."
From the press release:
"Securing Free Beer & Hot Wings is a classic case of turning a challenge into an opportunity. We have enjoyed our nine-year relationship with Bob and Tom and we tried to keep the show on our station. However, after Clear Channel and Cumulus made the corporate deal to put the show on a Cumulus station, we searched for and found a new program that is funny, spontaneous and even more relevant to our audience," Walters said.
Once again the Cromwell Group knows what's relevant for Nashville, and serves another one up for our community!
Intensify your pre-Thanksgiving anticipation with a spin through Scenecast Episode 56. Let the sonic smorgasbord runneth over with the bounty of the harvest from Flathead, Jave Everett, Tom Waits, Guy Clark (...not smoking pot!), Dierks Bentley, The New Flesh, ShadowWax, Matt Pond PA, Leigh Nash, David Mead, Curt Perkins, Darryl Worley, Jucifer and The Dynamites featuring Charles "Wigg" Walker.
Spread The Love...and pass the candied yams!
Charlie Louvin, the guitar-playing half of the legendary country duo The Louvin Brothers, has finished a new, self-titled record in Nashville with producer Mark Nevers. It should be interesting to hear songs like "Atomic Power" and "The Christian Life" rendered with Nevers' tasteful and subtly iconoclastic production style; early reports say the record is a nice balance between reverent and rocking, which describes a lot of The Louvin Brothers' classic 1950s work, come to think of it. It's a record of duets. Louvin's singing partners include Tift Merritt, George Jones, Jeff Tweedy and a promising newcomer to the county scene who goes by the name of Costello. There's a moving tribute to Charlie's brother Ira, who died in 1965. Charlie Louvin is set for February release on the new, New York-based label Tompkins Square.
Apparently during one of our local boy's shows in NYC last week, a couple of pranksters from ImprovEverywhere came out pretending to be the band and hilarity ensued. Check out the full story here. Via Idolator.
After the jump, some audience reactions...
They're having a sale:
Hello, record buyers, Grand Palace Records will have it's first sale ever, beginning this Friday, it will run from 11/24 - 12/3 and will work a little bit like this:
$1 Records are 4 for $1 (Seriously)
$2-$14 Items (All New & Used Cds / Lps / Dvds) are $1 off that ticketed amount
$15 - $24 Items are $2 off
$25-$34 Items are $3 off
$35+ Items are $5 off
So, if you have your eye on something and you want to make sure you get it, don't wait for the sale, because it will probably be gone.
Grand Palace Records
128 1/2 N. Church St.
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
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