Thursday, March 7, 2013

Freakin’ Weekend, Caitlin Rose, Animal Collective, The Zombies, Brian Blade and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section

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Pictured: Bekah Cope, Whit Smith, Ben Todd
Nashville’s Alive: In the wake of Ben Todd's passing, Nashville's Dead's Freakin' Weekend soldiers on in his memory (Taking place March 7-10 at The End, Exit/In, Local Honey and The Stone Fox; see the full schedule at Nashville’s Dead)

Act Naturally: Hometown heroine Caitlin Rose is funny — and fun — about how she chooses to put herself out there (The Stand-In out now via ATO Records; playing Saturday, 9th at Mercy Lounge)

Collective Bargaining: An excerpt from our talk with Animal Collective's Geologist (Playing with Dan Deacon Wednesday, 13th at Marathon Music Works)

Zombies Reborn: Rod Argent, Colin Blunstone & Co. are excited to be on the road again (Playing Sunday, 10th with Night Beats and The Ettes at War Memorial Auditorium)

Blade’s Edge: Brian Blade and his Fellowship Band live where jazz meets pop (Playing Tuesday, 12th at 3rd & Lindsley)

In The Spin: Sparkle City Presents JP5 with Jem Cohen, Music Band and Kings of the F**King Sea at FooBar, Ri¢hie with Angel Olsen and William Tyler at Club Roar

Plus Critics’ Picks on Ashley Monroe, Chrome Pony, Randy Travis, K.S. Rhoads, Butch Walker, Chris Pickering’s EP release, Jake Leg Stompers, Ponychase with Nudity and Scale Model, Great Peacock’s album release, T. Rust with King of Prussia, Diemonds, Auroric Dreams and more

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