Friday, February 27, 2009

SXSW '09: Nashville Representin'

Posted By on Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 12:16 PM

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It's another year of aural overload at SXSW, and Nashville and Murfreesboro bands keep making the annual trek to Austin (Mar. 18-22) in the hopes of standing out among the thousands of acts there hustlin' for your ears.

A list of local acts officially committed after the jump. And of course, this list doesn't include all the bands playing unofficially at clubs or day parties. (We already told you about the Next Big Nashville lineup here. And veteran attendee Janet Timmons of the Out the Other has a valuable guide to navigating the festival on the cheap here.)

I'll be attending this year, but I can't say I'm quite as excited about the lineup as I have been in previous years. But all I really need is my Horrors of 2009, that one band to go ga-ga over like a giggly little 13-year-old boy. Who else is attending, and what are you excited about seeing?

Kyle Andrews

Backseat Goodbye

Butterfly Boucher

Cactus's

Chanel Campbell

Chuck Mead

The Clutters

Austin Cunningham

DADDY (Will Kimbrough & Tommy Womack)

The Deep Vibration

Madi Diaz

The Dirt Drifters

Emily Grace and Matthew Gardner

Evil Bebos

The Features

Ferraby Lionheart

Jen Foster

Glossary

Jedd Hughes

Justin Townes Earle

Jypsi

Leslie Keffer

Raul Malo

Erin McCarley

Buddy Miller

Paper Route

Landon Pigg

The Pink Spiders

Sam & Ruby

Seven Day Slumber

Jeffrey Steele

Superdrag

Ten Out of Tenn

Those Darlins

The Travelin' McCourys

Turbo Fruits

Brooke Waggoner

We Were The States

Tony Joe White

The Young Republic

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