Once in a while, you don’t get to do your interview in person. But, behold! That’s alright thanks to the Internet. This week, through the flexible avenue of gmail message threads, I had the privilege of interviewing one of our senior DJs Julia Anderson. [Read more…]
The End is such an ominous title for a concert venue. I remember my freshman year when I did my very first in-studio interview. The band I was interviewing was telling me all about their show tonight at The End. Being a clueless freshman, I of course asked ‘at the end of what’?
Three years later and infinitely wiser, I’ve grown to love that concert venue on Elliston. Here are five reasons why:
If you’re reading this, you probably like music. (Nice! Us too.) If you also live in the Nashville area, you would be remiss to forgo the opportunity to see five incredible live acts on Thursday night at The End. If you have even a mild interest in awesome bands or pre-Thanksgiving jerky, this is the event for you. We’ll be updating the site with more information on these special talented folks, so be on the lookout for that too. (Check out the facebook event if you feel so inclined; you should feel so inclined.) See you there!
Last Tuesday night, droves of Saint Motel fans packed into the dim, cozy space of Cannery Ballroom, anticipating the eclectic show that was to come. Among those fans were fellow Vanderbilt students, high schoolers, and even a few parent-aged folks. Despite Saint Motel’s indie-pop label, this diverse crowd is a testament to the wide-ranging appeal of their high-energy sound and quirky stage performance.