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Tristan Tritt at The End Tonight – On Tour With America Part Two in Nashville

Tristan Tritt at The End Feb 28, 2024

The End Tonight

Rock singer-songwriter Tristan Tritt will be co-headlining a tour with New Jersey’s America Part Two, following the release of his new single “No Filter” late 2023. Tickets are on sale NOW.

He’ll be at The End tonight in Nashville. February the 28th. The 11-date tour kicked off on February 22, 2024 at Aisle 5 in Atlanta, GA and will take Tristan and America Part Two through the Southern US, ultimately finishing on March 9 at New Brookland Tavern in Columbia, SC. Full tour dates below.

Fans will be able to hear “No Filter” along with the other singles Tristan has released, as well as unreleased new music.

In addition to his energetic live shows, Tristan has been receiving praise from critics and fans alike for his most recent release, with American Songwriter lauding the new song, “With influences spanning classic harder rock of Black Sabbath and Motörhead, through Stone Temple Pilots through rapper Kid Cudi, ‘No Filter’ only touches the base of what the singer, songwriter, and guitarist is starting to build up.”

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Clarksville Tornado Relief Benefit Concert at Tin Roof Broadway in Nashville

Clarksville Tornado Benefit at Tin Roof Broadway - Jackie at Sun Mist Spray Tan and Lash Spa, LLC

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December 19th marked an evening Music City could be proud of and it set in stone that Nashvillians and music artists together truly care about people who’ve been affected by the Tornadoes that ripped through Clarksville, TN just a couple of weeks ago.  In some areas as reported on several news outlets there was total devastation and then just 200 feet in one direction, no damage at all. When tornadoes roll through though, there is always damage to property and sometimes, sadly, Read more →


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Artimus Pyle unveils track collaborating with Sammy Hagar

Artimus Pyle - Sammy Hagar

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – Artimus Pyle, a distinguished Rock & Roll Hall of Fame Member and former drummer for Lynyrd Skynyrd, unveils the soulful “Simple Man” in collaboration with fellow Rock & Roll Hall of Fame member Sammy Hagar. This heartfelt duet stands as the second digital single release from Pyle’s highly anticipated studio album, ‘Anthems – Honoring The Music of Lynyrd Skynyrd,’ which includes thirteen tracks and will be released on February 2, 2024, with distribution by BFD/Orchard, paying homage to the timeless sounds of Lynyrd Skynyrd’s iconic repertoire.

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Fans who want to pre-order ‘Anthems – Honoring The Music of Lynyrd Skynyrd’ on CD can do so by going to Read more →


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Rock City Machine Company Plays The Eighth Room

Rock City Machine Company at The Eighth Room

Heavy Metal Elite at The Eighth Room

Written By: Tommy Gilbert

The atmosphere was electric with anticipation, and as I scanned the room, I couldn’t help but notice the presence of some of Nashville’s Heavy Metal rock elite. The venue, known as the Eighth Room, was a hidden gem that I had yet to experience. From the moment I stepped inside, I could sense that tonight was going to be something Read more →


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Veterans Day Blasts Off with the Music City Cares Veterans Benefit Show!

Music City Cares Benefit Show at Texas Troubador Theatre

The Veterans Day routine got a jolt of adrenaline as I geared up for an extraordinary twist in my future plans. The buzz? The imminent explosion of the Music City Cares Veterans Benefit Show at Texas Troubador Theatre on Music Valley Drive, promising a sonic onslaught featuring multiple music artists, all rallying behind the cause of supporting veterans through Operation Stand Down TN. This event was a music pilgrimage for fans and a soul-stirring anthem for veterans like myself. Read more →


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Wreking Crue Destroys Music City – Live At Bowie’s in Downtown Nashville

Wreking Crue

How It Started

It all started as any other Friday. Finish work and be free by 5 p.m. But this Friday night would be way different than any other night. I knew I’d be headed downtown Nashville to see the often-accoladed Wreking Crue from Detroit Michigan. Not knowing really what to expect, because it was recommended by my buddy, I really didn’t have any expectations of the band I was about to see.

We headed down to Assembly Food Hall to confuse ourselves over what we actually wanted to eat before the show, but ended up getting some barbecue and Tacos. No, not together. I got barbecue and my buddy got tacos. Of course that had to go with a couple beers. I’m a Lager guy so I started off with some Yuengling.

There was some entertainment there at the Assembly Food Hall, but I didn’t catch the name of the talent, but if you want some dinner and entertainment, it’s a good place to start.

Garden of Eden

Garden Of Eden

Bowie’s On 3rd

Then, on to Bowie’s on 3rd Avenue. Surrounded by rhinestone cowboy clubs and bro-country music lies a rock-n-roll gem in Nashville. A veritable refuge for rock-n-roll fans and an escape from the country onslaught that is downtown Nashville. Bowie’s is a self-described downtown rock ‘n’ roll bar that doesn’t just live for the weekends, but for every night. As we entered the venue early for the Wreking Crue show, we were greeted with the sounds of a fantastic cover band names Garden of Eden that was reviving tunes from the late 70s and early 80s. Garden of Eden plays regularly at Bowie’s so you have the chance to catch them. While enjoying the band and having a brew or two, the room began to fill up for what was to come from Wreking Crue.

Wreking Crue

Finally, the time came for Wreking Crue to hit the stage and at first it was a little jarring as they lit the place up with the lights and sounds of a small, but effective Motley Crue experience. To complete all members of the tribute band to represent the actual members of Motley Crue we had Vinnie Roxx playing the part of Vince Neil, Nikki Sikks as Nikki Sixx, Crash Mars as Mick Mars and Stixx as Tommy Lee. Each of these members could really hold their own with the Motley Crue sounds and excelled at portraying their characters. To top it off there were Crue Girls in attendance for backup vocals. Once the experience began, it became clear that these guys were serious about putting out the best most accurate Motley Crue experience they could muster. Having seen Motley Crue multiple times back in the hey day, I feel I’m uniquely qualified to say that.

Wreking CrueTheir first set was focused primarily on Motley Crue’s earliest works including Live Wire, Take Me to The Top, Come on And Dance, Too Fast For Love and Merry Go Round. The introduction to Wreking Crue was a welcome one. You could tell they were there for fun and to make the crowd happy. With banter back and forth with the crowd, random sips of whiskey (just like Motley Crue would do) and the Crue Girls singing backup, it was a completely well rounded experience of a Motley Crue tribute band.

The second set was even more of an onslaught of the Wreking Crue experience with a return to Motley Crue’s more recent work and an outfit change for the backup singers. With a humble cry from lead singer Vinnie Roxx, “Are you guys sick of our shit yet?! The truth is we do this because we love it. We love the music and we love bringing it to you and having fun.” On to newer tracks from Motley Crue including Shout At The Devil, Red Hot, Looks That Kill, Knock Em Dead Kid, Home Sweet Home, Girls Girls Girls and Dr. Feelgood.

With Vinnie Roxx hitting vocals that Vince Neil can’t these days, it made me think of a replacement, but that’ll never happen. Nikki Sikks banged on the bass and you could really feel it in your chest. Crash Mars power over the guitar was evident in his finger work for the solos and even in the rhythm. Seemingly the youngest member of the band, Stixx, even did an impression of a one-handed drummer to highlight his skills over a set all while holding a bottle of whisky. The backup singers (likely the wives), were having a blast on stage and reliving their Motley Crue Experiences as well.

All in all, it was a great show including pick and stick tossing to the audience and trips to the merch counter. If you have a chance to see this great tribute band, do yourself a favor. Grab a couple of friends and do it. Take it from an old Motley Crue fan, it’s a worthwhile experience.

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