The Midnight Stroll stop by the LC studio before their show at The High Watt. You might recognize Aaron Berhrens from the band Ghostland Observatory! Check out the stripped down version of “Just Hang On” and “Loosing My Mind” live with a reel to reel analog as the backing band for the performance!
LOTG Presents Cold War Kids, J Roddy Walston and the Business, and Houndmouth
Andrew Leahey and The Homestead Debut “Little in Love”
Good Old War - Full Set from Nashville Sunday Night [audio]
The Midnight Stroll performs "Just Hang On" and "Loosing My Mind" [audio]
Lt. Dan interviews Chef Ryan Chefferly from Eastland Cafe. Chef Ryan talks about how he makes Eastland Cafe’s food from fresh, local ingredients and tells us how he makes a Summer Corn Salad and a Local Tomato Salad, as well as how to pull your own mozzarella! You can make reservations for Eastland Cafe by calling 615-627-1088 or at opentable.com. Click below and check out the interview for the recipes! Flavored by Springer Mountain Farms.
Nashville Sunday Night is a special presentation of Nashville’s Independent Radio, Lightning 100. Each Sunday night Lightning 100 broadcasts a concert from 3rd and Lindsley, one of Nashville’s finest live music venues. August 9, 2015, featured Nashville’s own Smooth Hound Smith opening up for Philadelphia trio, Good Old War. See Smooth Hound Smith for FREE at Live On The Green Music Festival on September 10th with Turbo Fruits, Zella Day, The Vespers, Big Data, Colony House, and Passion Pit!
Elliot Root, Shakey Graves, and Lord Huron graced the stage on the night of Thursday, August 20th, the first night of Live On the Green 2015.
As can only be expected in Music City, a crowd of thousands showed out at the first of six shows in Lightning 100’s annual free concert series held in Public Square Park.
Up first was local band, Elliot Root. Contrary to first assumptions, Elliot Root a band comprised of five people.
“We would like for people to know that music is this other worldly thing, but it’s also really just people doing the best they can!” laughed Elliot Root front-man, Scott Krueger. “We want to be as honest as possible in our music, and for our fans to be just as honest with us and themselves when they listen.”
Inspired by punk, R&B, and the inspirational writings of the Persian poet, Rumi, Krueger aims to write romantically and with the same sense of mysticism.