Music

Lover’s Quarrel

For his full-length debut, Careless Soul, Cale Tyson breaks up with classic country and moves on to a sound straight out of Muscle Shoals

No Excuses

Those Darlins’ Linwood Regensburg interviews his former bandmate Jessi Zazu ahead of her upcoming art exhibit in Wedgewood-Houston

Nowhere to Go But Everywhere

After winning this year’s Road to Roo, indie rock band Creature Comfort will return to their childhood stomping grounds to play their biggest show yet

Framily Matters

HOW R.LUM.R WENT FROM BEING AN ANGRY KID IN FLORIDA TO THE VOICE ON YOUR FAVORITE PLAYLIST

A Good Woman’s Hard to Find

WITH HER DEBUT ALBUM, GOOD WOMAN, BECCA MANCARI OPENS THE DIARY OF A WELL-TRAVELED MISFIT

The Beach Business

INSIDE THE BLISSED OUT WORLD OF BIG SURR, NASHVILLE’S PREMIERE (LANDLOCKED) SURF ROCKERS

Who’s Gonna Fill Their Shoes?

MUSICIAN, JOURNALIST, AND COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME EDITOR PETER COOPER EXPLORES THE LEGENDS AND MYTHS BEHIND COUNTRY MUSIC IN HIS NEW BOOK

Alive! and Acoustic

PETER FRAMPTON DISCUSSES HIS ADOPTED HOME OF NASHVILLE, GOING ACOUSTIC, AND THE (INEVITABLY) ENDURING LEGACY OF THE TALK BOX

The Rock Reformer

RON GALLO SETS OUT TO CHANGE THE WORLD WITH HIS GARAGE ROCK MANIFESTO, HEAVY META

Dream Casino

INSIDE THE PROGGY, POST-APOCALYPTIC WORLD OF ELECTRO ROCK BAND DEDSA

Come Together

SUPER DUO OKEY DOKEY ON RECORDING THEIR DEBUT ALBUM AND MAKING THE MOST OF CHANGE

School of Pop

After three years of study under Justin Timberlake, The Shadowboxers are ready to make you rethink contemporary pop.

Sweet Mercy

Amanda Shires’ My Piece of Land Maps the Craziness of Becoming a Mom

Settling the Score

Claire Boling, Timbre Cierpke, and Kelly Corcoran discuss classical music in Nashville and beyond

The Odyssey of Wu

Master composer and musician Wu Fei shares about love, a beautiful ancient instrument, and the freedom of true improvisation

The Metamorphosis

Charcoal and graphite artist Stephen Watkins on speaking through silence

Just Say No

Foreign Fields spent the better part of seven years trying to be the successful band of their childhood dreams, but when sudden mental health issues put that pursuit in a new perspective, they found their way to a different path—one that’s taking them where they really want to go

Not Her First Time

Kelsey Waldon on growing up in a hunting lodge, classic country, and recording her new album, I’ve Got a Way

Poppin’ Off

Singer-songwriter CAPPA predicts Nashville will soon be a pop destination, and if her recent success is any indication, she might be right.