MUSIC • ART • TOMATOS • Killa Tomato Fest is in it's second year and ready to highten your expectations. 3 days of music, art, food, pinball, and even few surprises. Sept 8 & 9th at Cobra Lounge & Sept 10th at The East Room. The count down is on and we can't wait to see you there! $10/Day • $25/weekend pass. Presented by Invisible Library & Moxie Ventures in conjuction with Palaver Records, and sponsored by Rick's Comic City.
Listen Live 7-9PM EST at 91.5 FM, online at wprk.org or TuneIn app.
Ft. Ariel Bui, Boys Go To War & Green Goblyn Project
“Ariel Bui: Analog” is a multimedia exhibit presenting handmade album art, VHS video art, and a listening experience surrounding Ariel Bui’s all-analog, self-titled record.
The vision of Creatives’ Day has always been to celebrate Nashville's Creative community by showcasing and highlighting storytellers, visual artists, musicians, writers, film art professionals, creative entrepreneurs, photographers, dancers, and jewelry designers living and working in Nashville! Come and join us for our annual Creatives' Day Festival that is sure to draw visitors across the world in celebration of Nashville’s creative community!
Celebrating the release of Happy Little Trees' new album We Are Little.
Doors at 7, show promptly at 8- you'll get home at a totally reasonable hour. $5
FREE * ALL AGES * FINAL SHOW
Biscuit Boy (Bruce Ervin)
Brett Rosenberg standup comedy
Salina Hernandez's Lost Bet
Charlie Bob's will be closed come May Day. It's gonna be bulldozed into condos. April 30 is the last day. These acts work, book, live, or have performed at Charlie Bob's. Come say goodbye with us.
FREE. ALL AGES.
HIP HOP. COUNTRY. ELECTRONIC. ROCK. EXPERIMENTAL. PERFORMANCE.
Bring $$ for all the bands, especially Curt Oren who's on tour.
Featuring Ariel Bui, Jessie Breanne, Magpie, Charlie & The Evil Mothers, NDUKA, The Hollows & more.
$5. Doors at 6:30. Music at 7.
Now in it's third year, the mission of this event remains to continue fostering a diverse community in Nashville by connecting and integrating women whose unique voices and diverse talents make our city so distinctive. It is also a time to recognize and celebrate the important legacy of the women who came before us, as well as The Movement For Black Lives during African American History Month.
Tickets have sold out in advance the last two years, so get them early!
18+ $12 advanced | $15 at the door
Buy Tickets Here: http://tinyurl.com/shesarebel3
This is the Nashville sister of the Nasty Women Exhibition in Queens, NYC. This is a group exhibition that serves to demonstrate solidarity among artists who identify with being a Nasty Woman in the face of threats to roll back women’s rights, individual rights, LGBTQ+ rights, and immigrant rights. It also serves as a fundraiser to support organizations defending these rights and to be a platform for organization near the Trump Presidential Inauguration in January.
The theme of Nashville Community Darkroom’s September 10th Deadline Today will be “Ariel Bui: Analog”. To celebrate Ariel Bui’s September 25th Vinyl Release at Fond Object, photographers will have the opportunity to do a film photo shoot in Fond Object’s Back House OR can go out on the town and shoot on the general theme of “analog”. The work will be displayed amidst a listening party and exhibit of Ariel Bui’s all-analog album and hand-made album art during September's East Side Art Stumble.
ft. Ariel Bui on Backing Vocals
$5. 21 +
Secretly Floridian House Show: Wild Pink (Brooklyn), Patrick Nichols (Jean Claude Trans Am), Ariel Bui
No one wants to say they're from FLorida, but on Saturday, March 26th this group of friends from Brevard County, FL will be reunited in the best way they know how--a house show.
6pm Potluck Optional, 7pm Music
Suggested donation for the touring band. BYOB.
Wild Pink (Brooklyn) - wildpink.bandcamp.com
Solo set by Patrick Nichols (Jean Claude Trans Am) - jeanclaudetransam.bandcamp.com
Ariel Bui - www.arielbui.com
Last year we sold out on "Galentine's Day", now, in our second year we're kicking off Women's History Month with another party at Third & Lindsley! A whole new two hour show!
The house band this year will include Jessi Zazu on guitar (Those Darlins), Tiffany Minton on drums (Adia Victoria), side-woman extraordinaire Ellen Angelico on guitar (Daphne Willis, Sonia Leigh), Leigh Maples on bass (owner of Fanny's House of Music), and others. There will be a rotating cast of lead singers, horn and string players, and a three-part harmony section.
Guest Vocalists include:
More special guest stars announced soon!
$10 advanced | $12 at the door
GET ADVANCED TICKETS: http://tinyurl.com/shesarebel2
In the era of 1950’s-1960’s Second-Wave feminism, it was music of The Girl Groups (The Ronettes, The Shangri-Las, The Crystals, etc.) that defined the sound of popular music. It was music that gave voice to the challenges and dreams of women, made international superstars out of many – particularly women of color – and united America during the Jim Crow and desegregation years. However, too often this music is unfairly marginalized as novelty and repeatedly discussed as a cultural placeholder – or, the moment between Elvis and The Beatles – and the contributions of these women is oftten minimized, overshadowed by the careers of the men that surrounded them (The Beach Boys, Phil Spector, Barry Gordy, Elvis, The Beatles, et al).
Inspired by the significant role these women played during this era of our musical heritage, as well as the current social unrest for people of color and development of social justice movements like Black Lives Matter et al, She's A Rebel is kicking off Women's History Month with a whole new two hour show! Our mission is to connect and integrate women whose unique voices and diverse talent make the Nashville music community so distinctive.
This is a night JAM PACKED with creative energy!
Eternal Visions Showcase were created with the intent of artistic and inventive women inspiring one another and their community.
This night will be no different with
Locally made Kombucha for sale (so delicious) by Vanessa Antonino
Scarecrow Clothing will be bringing her vintage clothing collection.
Mikaela Dewar: www.mikaeladewar.com
Ariel Bui: https://youtu.be/cPCBEH_oiWo
Anouk Asunder: https://youtu.be/vkdnqW4OapM
Kate Pulley (dream-like photography)
Chelsea Velaga (Nashville-based artist and illustrator)
Emily Cronin: (delicate and lovely free handed embroideries)
Novel Creature: (bringing life and beauty to discared material)
Lainey Fallgatter: (collage and writings)
Sable Wolf (handmade quartz jewelry)
Sponteous Poetry by:
Sally Harvey Anderson (writer of "Nine Lives of Catfire")
starts at 8PM SHARP
Invite Yer Friennndsss:)