Can we please officially say that we are in FALL now?! Whip out the scarves, ginger cookies, and pumpkin spice lattes, y’all! And while you’re at it, how about you check out one of these awesome concerts this weekend!
Friday, Sept. 21st – Blood Red Shoes at The Red Palace
Blood Red Shoes are an alternative rock duo from Brighton, England. They have released three full-length albums, Box of Secrets (2008), Fire Like This (2010), and In Time to Voices (2012) as well as numerous early singles on limited 7″ vinyl pressings.
Friday, Sept. 21st – Brother Ali at 529
Politically and socially motivated, Brother Ali will release his next album Mourning in America and Dreaming in Color on September 18, 2012. It is expected to be a highly political album. Ali has said that Jake One produced the entire project and Dr. Cornel West makes an appearance.
Friday Sept. 21st – The Sheepdogs at Rock and Roll Hotel
Some of you may remember this band as the winners of the Rolling Stone cover a couple of years back, but this band gets comparisons to the Allman Bros…not a bad way to be described.
Friday Sept. 21st – Tycho at Black Cat
Scott Hansen, professionally known as Tycho, is an American ambient music artist and producer, who is known as ISO50 for his photographic and design works.
Saturday Sept. 22nd – Third Annual Fall BearFeast at Flying Saucer Nashvile
Nashville Flying Saucer’s Fall BeerFeast will feature over 40 breweries and 60 craft beers, all carefully selected by Flying Saucer’s resident beer gurus, Keith Schlabs, and general manager, Brandi Allen. In addition, very rare and limited-release beers will be tapped every hour on the hour from 2-5pm. A couple of these exciting beers that will be tapped include: Vintage Left Hand Wake Up Dead Imperial Stout, and Ommegang Vintage “Art of Darkness”.
Saturday Sept. 22nd – Matthew E. White at Rock and Roll Hotel
Soulful and artsy, Matthew E. White is one of those best kept secrets that the world is very soon to find out.
Sunday Sept. 23rd – Seryn at Eddie’s Attic
SERYN is a 5 piece band who calls Denton, Texas their home. When listening to the well layered textures of guitars, ukulele, accordion, bass, viola, banjo and various percussion, it’s hard to imagine This Is Where We Are is the band’s debut effort.
Sunday Sept. 23rd – Wye Oak at Black Cat
Wye Oak are a Baltimore duo comprised of Andy Stack and Jenn Wasner. Their sound is a blend of American folk and indie rock and their songs often focus on universal themes like family and growing up.