1. UBER CAN NOW HELP YOU MOVE!
Hauling a heavy mattress? Unloading a moving truck? Assembling new furniture? #UberMovers are here to save the day – and your back!
Just in time for moving weekend, we’ve teamed up with Bellhops  to bring you on-demand movers, ready to assist with your moving needs.
http://blog.uber.com/ubermovernash

    UBER CAN NOW HELP YOU MOVE!

    Hauling a heavy mattress? Unloading a moving truck? Assembling new furniture? #UberMovers are here to save the day – and your back!

    Just in time for moving weekend, we’ve teamed up with Bellhops  to bring you on-demand movers, ready to assist with your moving needs.

    http://blog.uber.com/ubermovernash

    photo

    Aug 20 5:37PM
  2. LIVE NATION TO CONTROL NEW RIVERFRONT AMPHITHEATER IN NASHVILLE
Live Nation will operate Nashville’s riverfront amphitheater, which is slated to open in 2015, according to The Tennessean. Ryman Hospitality held the runner-up bid.
Red Light Management, the Nashville Predators, and the Nashville Symphony were Live Nation’s partners in bidding for the amphitheater operations. Red Light Management will provide business direction and programming strategy, and will facilitate the development of festivals and special events. The Predators, which also operates Bridgestone Arena, will oversee event staffing, corporate sponsorships and premium seat sales.
The amphitheater, located on the Cumberland River’s west bank, has a capacity of 6,800. The city reportedly can place a limit of 20 amphitheater events per year, with an additional 10 civic events. The amphitheater will also be the summer home for the Nashville Symphony. - MUSIC ROW

    LIVE NATION TO CONTROL NEW RIVERFRONT AMPHITHEATER IN NASHVILLE

    Live Nation will operate Nashville’s riverfront amphitheater, which is slated to open in 2015, according to The Tennessean. Ryman Hospitality held the runner-up bid.

    Red Light Management, the Nashville Predators, and the Nashville Symphony were Live Nation’s partners in bidding for the amphitheater operations. Red Light Management will provide business direction and programming strategy, and will facilitate the development of festivals and special events. The Predators, which also operates Bridgestone Arena, will oversee event staffing, corporate sponsorships and premium seat sales.

    The amphitheater, located on the Cumberland River’s west bank, has a capacity of 6,800. The city reportedly can place a limit of 20 amphitheater events per year, with an additional 10 civic events. The amphitheater will also be the summer home for the Nashville Symphony. - MUSIC ROW

    photo

  3. Our pals at East Nashville Underground are shaking things up a bit in Nashville. 
They are inviting you to attend a show at The High Watt on September 10 featuring performances by Penicillin Baby, Machines Are People Too, and Ri¢hie! The catch? DO NOT USE YOUR PHONE.
If you can withstand not using your phone throughout each performance you will get a full refund of your $7! This show is for fun and to give those who care to play along the chance to create a memory by enjoying a great night of music without the distraction of technology.   
With 20-minute ‘phone breaks’ between bands, a photographer on-hand just for audience photo-ops (Jason Lee Denton), and all-around low-key vibes, the ‘Let’s Have A Show Without Phones Show’ aims to provide Nashville’s supportive music community with something unique and experimental for nostalgic fun.


"A group of us decided to do this because it seems like people want the reminder, or they want to collectively check out what the difference is / was. We’re trying to create that environment for a night where you’re able to be fully present to the room and what’s going on in it. Nashville indie music fans and supporters are encouraged to bring friends (things like this are always fun with friends) and be reminded of the experience of investing in a band and their music without a screen involved," founder of East Nashville Underground Jared Corder said. 

Special thanks to Blue Moon Brewing Company and Leinenkugel’s for supporting a fun, one-night concept that empowers show-goers, venues, and bands alike. 
Ages 18+

    Our pals at East Nashville Underground are shaking things up a bit in Nashville. 

    They are inviting you to attend a show at The High Watt on September 10 featuring performances by Penicillin Baby, Machines Are People Too, and Ri¢hie! The catch? DO NOT USE YOUR PHONE.

    If you can withstand not using your phone throughout each performance you will get a full refund of your $7! This show is for fun and to give those who care to play along the chance to create a memory by enjoying a great night of music without the distraction of technology.   

    With 20-minute ‘phone breaks’ between bands, a photographer on-hand just for audience photo-ops (Jason Lee Denton), and all-around low-key vibes, the ‘Let’s Have A Show Without Phones Show’ aims to provide Nashville’s supportive music community with something unique and experimental for nostalgic fun.

    "A group of us decided to do this because it seems like people want the reminder, or they want to collectively check out what the difference is / was. We’re trying to create that environment for a night where you’re able to be fully present to the room and what’s going on in it. Nashville indie music fans and supporters are encouraged to bring friends (things like this are always fun with friends) and be reminded of the experience of investing in a band and their music without a screen involved," founder of East Nashville Underground Jared Corder said. 

    Special thanks to Blue Moon Brewing Company and Leinenkugel’s for supporting a fun, one-night concept that empowers show-goers, venues, and bands alike. 

    Ages 18+

    photo

  4. Vinyl Club: Episode 7 bring your own vinyl, everyone is a DJ at Wilburn Street Tavern on August 27

Hey Club Members!
Couple of changes for this months Club meeting. 
First, since I will be out of town on the third Thursday this month, we are moving Vinyl Club to the following Wednesday, the 27th of August. We are doing Wednesday as not to interfere with any Labor Day weekend festivities. 
Also, we are shortening our sets by 5 minutes. I know that is kind of a bummer, but we want to be able to fit more people in. 
Simple idea. Bring some of your favorite records, sign up for a 15 minutes set and spin your own tunes. NERD OUT!
You can also share your love of music and vinyl with others.
Don’t worry if you are a novice on the 1’s and 2’s, we will have plenty of people who can help you out. 
No music is too weird, no song is too wrong. We want this to be a celebration of all types of music, as long as it is in vinyl format. 
All of this goes down at the Wilburn Street Tavern in McFerrin Park. A great little dive bar that has plenty of parking, a pool table and personality. 
Ms. Paulette has a wide range of beers and they are all 3 bucks. Come with cash. 
Spread the word. Everyone’s a DJ, even you.

    Vinyl Club: Episode 7 bring your own vinyl, everyone is a DJ at Wilburn Street Tavern on August 27

    Hey Club Members!

    Couple of changes for this months Club meeting. 

    First, since I will be out of town on the third Thursday this month, we are moving Vinyl Club to the following Wednesday, the 27th of August. We are doing Wednesday as not to interfere with any Labor Day weekend festivities. 

    Also, we are shortening our sets by 5 minutes. I know that is kind of a bummer, but we want to be able to fit more people in. 

    Simple idea. Bring some of your favorite records, sign up for a 15 minutes set and spin your own tunes. NERD OUT!

    You can also share your love of music and vinyl with others.

    Don’t worry if you are a novice on the 1’s and 2’s, we will have plenty of people who can help you out. 

    No music is too weird, no song is too wrong. We want this to be a celebration of all types of music, as long as it is in vinyl format. 

    All of this goes down at the Wilburn Street Tavern in McFerrin Park. A great little dive bar that has plenty of parking, a pool table and personality. 

    Ms. Paulette has a wide range of beers and they are all 3 bucks. Come with cash. 

    Spread the word. Everyone’s a DJ, even you.

    photo

    Aug 19 12:47PM

    Tagged

    vinyl club