1. This Friday head to the Basement for DYLAN to the DOGS: A Benefit for East C.A.N Dog Rescue. 

                            ——Do615ive Questions —— 

We spoke to Dave Brown, co-owner of The Basement, about this Benefit/Tribute show. The benefit is being sponsored by Tennessee Brew Works and 5 Points Pizza. Tennessee Brew Works will have their beer on tap for the evening.  Both sponsors are also donating money directly to East C.A.N. $8 suggested donation.

The lineup includes:  
Leah Blevins
  Rick Brantley
  Bill Eberle
  Fox Fun
  Cheetah Chrome
  Beef Oven
  Derek Hoke
  Josh Farrow
  Margo Price
  Rayland Baxter
  Feedback Revival
  The Tip
  Allen Thompson Band

  “You’ll just have to show up to find out who plays what,” said Brown. 

Do615: What made you want to put this benefit show on?

DB:  In July I found an emaciated stray dog in my driveway one morning.  She was in really bad shape.  Unfortunately I couldn’t keep her so I contacted East CAN.  I was amazed at their response.  They brought over a dog house, food, a leash and collar, a brush, flea medicine, helped with a vet bill and even came over to walk her while I was at work, all while finding her a good, loving permanent home.  I asked if there was anything else I could do to help and we decided to do a benefit show at The Basement in the same way we do our Beatles vs. Stones show in December for Second Harvest Food Bank.

Do615: What Bob Dylan cover are you most excited to hear Friday?

DB:  There are so many great bands doing great song selections, and some deep cuts at that, it’s impossible to choose.  But I will say Beef Oven doing Maggie’s Farm will be one of many highlights.
  
Do615: Which do you prefer: Dylan in his 70’s or Dylan playing “Like a Rolling Stone” (or both)?

DB: I prefer Dylan in any of his many forms.

Do615: What is your favorite Bob Dylan album?
 
DB: I couldn’t name one fave, depends really on the mood I’m in.  But Bringing It All Back Home was the album that I heard first and it changed the way I thought about songwriting and music from that point forward.  As only Bob could word it, “A bowling ball came down the road and knocked me off my feet.”

Do615: What will the proceeds and donations do for East C.A.N Dog Rescue?

DB: All proceeds will continue the good work these folks do and pay for expenses like dog food, vet bills, flea medicine, etc.
                                ——Do615ive Questions —— 
    We spoke to Dave Brown, co-owner of The Basement, about this Benefit/Tribute show. The benefit is being sponsored by Tennessee Brew Works and 5 Points Pizza. Tennessee Brew Works will have their beer on tap for the evening.  Both sponsors are also donating money directly to East C.A.N. $8 suggested donation.
    The lineup includes:  
    Leah Blevins
      Rick Brantley
      Bill Eberle
      Fox Fun
      Cheetah Chrome
      Beef Oven
      Derek Hoke
      Josh Farrow
      Margo Price
      Rayland Baxter
      Feedback Revival
      The Tip
      Allen Thompson Band
      “You’ll just have to show up to find out who plays what,” said Brown. 
    Do615: What made you want to put this benefit show on?
    DB:  In July I found an emaciated stray dog in my driveway one morning.  She was in really bad shape.  Unfortunately I couldn’t keep her so I contacted East CAN.  I was amazed at their response.  They brought over a dog house, food, a leash and collar, a brush, flea medicine, helped with a vet bill and even came over to walk her while I was at work, all while finding her a good, loving permanent home.  I asked if there was anything else I could do to help and we decided to do a benefit show at The Basement in the same way we do our Beatles vs. Stones show in December for Second Harvest Food Bank.
    Do615: What Bob Dylan cover are you most excited to hear Friday?
    DB:  There are so many great bands doing great song selections, and some deep cuts at that, it’s impossible to choose.  But I will say Beef Oven doing Maggie’s Farm will be one of many highlights.
      
    Do615: Which do you prefer: Dylan in his 70’s or Dylan playing “Like a Rolling Stone” (or both)?
    DB: I prefer Dylan in any of his many forms.
    Do615: What is your favorite Bob Dylan album?
     
    DB: I couldn’t name one fave, depends really on the mood I’m in.  But Bringing It All Back Home was the album that I heard first and it changed the way I thought about songwriting and music from that point forward.  As only Bob could word it, “A bowling ball came down the road and knocked me off my feet.”
    Do615: What will the proceeds and donations do for East C.A.N Dog Rescue?
    DB: All proceeds will continue the good work these folks do and pay for expenses like dog food, vet bills, flea medicine, etc.

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  2. Co-headling show at Marathon Music Works featuring Bonobo & Jungle with Beaty Heart and Jim-E Stack.

    September 28, 2014

    Photos by Amber Davis

    This was the first time in a really long time that we saw an entire venue dance, move, and sweat. It was a refreshing thing to see Nashville move along to Jungle’s soulful songs and Bonobo DJ’ing his own songs. 

    We have more photos from this show here! 

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  3. Wizard World Comic Con 2014 at Music City Center

    September 26-27-28, 2014

    Photos by Amber Davis & Rhea Foote

    We have more photos of fans dressed in cosplay, celebrities, and more here! 

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  4. Red Bull Sound Select curated by Full Service Music featuring Mikky Ekko, Basecamp, and denitia and sene. at Acme!

    September 27, 2014

    Photos by Amber Davis

    We have tons more photos from this night. Check them out here!

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