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Nashville Pride Recap

This past weekend, Nashville had its annual pride festival. It was wonderful! Publice Square Park transformed into a sea of people coming together for the same great cause. The two nights featured food trucks, businesses, and local as well as not-so-local musicians. It really was truly amazing. The Nashville artists consisted of The Harmaleighs, Ponychase, and the QDP DJs. The Harmaleighs are soulful and sweet, and will next be playing Murfreesboro Folk'n'Art Festival on July 26th. As always, Ponychase was awesome and the DJs kept things lively both days. –Amanda Aydelott


Ponychase to Release Debut LP "Parade of Youth" 3.4.14

Those at Mercy Lounge for the QDProm over Valentine’s Day got lucky in more ways than one (or just one, if they’re severely lacking game) as Ponychase was in the lineup. The backstory in the group’s creation reads like its own little romance: girl (Jordan Caress) is distraught over what will come of her home demos, meets her musical soulmate in Beth Cameron of Forget Cassettes, enlists her synth-savant little brother, and the rest of the pieces fall into place. The band’s debut album “Parade of Youth” is due out March 4th. From the sound of the title track released last fall, the serendipity of the band’s creation is going to make a lot of people happy. Ponychase performs at The Basement on March 7th; the show starts at 9 and cover is $5. -Terra James-Jura


Catch Lightning 100's The615 and Road To Bonnaroo Tonight!

Welcome to Monday, Nashville! Though there's not much a place can do to make the first day of the week feel less awful, Music City does its best to try. If you haven't caught Lightning 100's The615 in its new time slot, you can tune in this (and every!) Monday evening at 6:15 to hear Wells Adams and Justin Hammel spend an hour giving away prizes while highlighting local music.

Shortly after The615 wraps up on your radio, 8 Off 8th will host the third and final installment of Road To Bonnaroo. Alanna Royale and Ranch Ghost won rounds one and two, respectively, and tonight's winner will be the last to be added to the lineup that will represent the Nashville indie music scene onstage at Bonnaroo 2013. Tonight's competitors are:

Billy Swayze
Cy Barkley and the Way Outsiders
Jacob Jones
Meth Dad
Tipper Whore
The Wans

Music kicks off at 9, and the venue will fill up fast, so get to the Mercy Lounge early and grab a ballot to submit your vote!


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