Thursday, August 30, 2012

Patsy Cline, The Groove, The Blind Boys of Alabama, Diana Darby, Brandon Jazz and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section (and on the Cover)

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Patsy Cline at the Mint Theatre in Las Vegas, late 1962
  • Photo courtesy of Julia S. Fudge
  • Patsy Cline at the Mint Theatre in Las Vegas, late 1962
You Belong to Me: In death, Patsy Cline became a legend. The Country Music Hall of Fame’s new exhibit seeks the woman underneath. (Patsy Cline: Crazy for Loving You through June 10, 2013, at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum)

Groove Is in the Art: East Nashville's The Groove has found its future drawing inspiration from the past

Blind Ambition: Gospel icons The Blind Boys of Alabama find success in their own way and time (Playing Saturday, 1st with Karen Elson, a Nashville Symphony quartet, Jeremy Lister and more as part of Musicians Corner in Centennial Park)

Nature’s Way: Songwriter Diana Darby's brand-new IV (Intravenous) is a record of fragile beauty (Playing Thurs., 30th at Downtown Presbyterian Church and Saturday, 1st at Grimey's)

Accidents Will Happen: A local glam-rock goof-off and his goon squad land the gig of a lifetime: opening for The B-52s at the Ryman (Brandon Jazz and His Armed Forces play Saturday, 1st at The Basement)

In The Spin: Big Freedia w/Fly Golden Eagle and Slut Party at Exit/In, Nashville Cream's Sixth Anniversary Party at Mercy Lounge and The High Watt

Plus Critics’ Picks on Arborea, the benefit for James DaSilva, Loretta Lynn and Merle Haggard’s Labor Day Concert Series, Mayhem doing Madonna’s Madonna, the Screen Door Records showcases, Muddy Roots Festival, Rodney Crowell, Dan Deacon Ensemble, KISS and Motley Crue, The Spits, Dead Can Dance and more

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