Thursday, November 29, 2012

Tenn. State Museum’s The Guitar, The Who, Lee Fields and the Expressions, The Mountain Goats, The Prisonaires and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section (and on the Cover)

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Good Vibrations: Tennessee State Museum hosts an exhibit of rare, fascinating & storied guitars like Nashville’s never seen (The Guitar: An American Love Story Through Dec. 30 at the Tennessee State Museum)

Who’s First: The Who, or what's left of them, dust off Quadrophenia for their Nashville debut (Playing Sunday, 2nd at Bridgestone Arena)

Soul Brother Renewed: Lee Fields loves the world, and it's starting to love him back (Playing Wednesday, 5th at Mercy Lounge)

That Darnielle: The Mountain Goats' John Darnielle doesn't need suffering to make good music, but it doesn't hurt (Playing Saturday, 1st at Mercy Lounge)

Jailhouse Rock: A new book on legendary band of convicts The Prisonaires sheds light on the details and the myth (The Mistakes of Yesterday, the Hopes of Tomorrow is out Nov. 30 via University of Massachusetts Press)

In The Spin: Japandroids w/Swearin' at Exit/In, The Sword w/Eagle Claw and Gypsyhawk at Exit/In

Plus Critics’ Picks on Keb’ Mo’, Dance Yer Ass Off!, The Pharmacy, Stephaniesid, The Exotic Ones, The Ettes at the NEW Zombie Shop, The Faint doing Danse Macabre, Carolina Chocolate Drops, the King Khan and BBQ Show, Lady Antebellum, Jonathan Coulton, the Grammy nominations concert and more

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