Thursday, January 17, 2013

The Country Music Critics’ Poll, Jimmy Van Heusen, Justin Bieber, Gary Allan, Robert Earl Keen and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section (and on the Cover)

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The 13th Annual Country Music Critics' Poll: From Eric Church to Jamey Johnson, 2012 found country music in a holding pattern and searching for role models (the results; the comments; factoids; Iris DeMent sidebar)

It Could Happen to You: How a Nashville couple wound up tending the catalog of Jimmy Van Heusen, the man who wrote the Rat Pack soundtrack (100 Years of Jimmy Van Heusen, Sunday, 20th at Lipscomb University's Collins Auditorium)

Bieb’s Nuts: Justin Bieber, the most hated man in music, returns to Nashville (Playing Friday, 18th at Bridgestone Arena)

Heart of Gold: When it comes to album-making as a serious art form, Neil Young has nothing on Gary Allan (Set You Free is out Jan. 22 via MCA Nashville)

To Catch a Thief: Robert Earl Keen parries Toby Keith and shows he's Ready for Confetti (Playing Saturday, 19th at Franklin Theatre)

In The Spin: Mercy Lounge anniversary shows feat. JEFF the Brotherhood, Cherub, Turbo Fruits, Machines Are People Too, Tristen, Natural Child, Richie, Five Knives and more

Plus Critics’ Picks on Water Liars with Adam Faucett, Curren$y, Bloc Party, Mayhem doing She’s So Unusual, Trenton with The Joy of Painting and more, Square Dance at The Stone Fox with The New Apocalypsonians, The Mavericks, Luella and the Sun, Soul Radics’ record release, Kat Smo and Tom Pappas’ dual release show, John McCauley with Robert Ellis and more

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