What’s Up Thursday 8/21

Sonia Leigh with special guests, Muddy Magnolias @ Eddie’s Attic

Sonia Leigh has exploded onto the Nashville scene yet again with her newest smash single, “Put It In Your Pocket,” which recently debuted on Sirius XM’s The Highway and has already charted on their Hot 45 Countdown. This brand new release drives you into the very heart of summertime fun, friends, and living life in the moment and has quickly become a fan favorite.  Sonia continues to captivate audiences across the nation with her own special brand of female-attitude, modern country.

Tickets are $12 in advance, $16 at the door. Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 5pmDoors open at 6:30pm.




Tedo Stone w/ White Violet @ The EARL

Tedo Stone began writing music at age 12 and has written and recorded 100+ songs with bassist Billy Lyons in the past six years. After moving to Atlanta from Oxford, MS in fall 2011, Tedo (and Billy) put together a band to harness their most poignant songs for live performances and recordings. As Tedo Stone, they released their first 6-song demo Happy in August 2012 (via This Is American Music) with Athens, GAs John Keane (who has recorded the likes of R.E.M., Uncle Tupelo, and Widespread Panic and who also played pedal steel for them).

Tickets are $8. Online and phone sales close at 6pm. Doors open at 8:30pm.




Rapper Big Pooh w/ Gilles // Hero the Band @ Vinyl

Mandatory Auditory is at it again, bringing us the hottest up-and-coming artists.

Tickets are $15. Online, phone, and outlet sales close at 6pm. Doors open at 8pm.

Kate Tucker and The Sons of Sweden w/ Reuben’s Bell, City Mouse

Seattle-born, Nashville-based Kate Tucker and the Sons of Sweden play lush, layered indie rock with sparkling melodies and shimmering soundscapes. On their new album, The Shape the Color The Feel, echoes of Cocteau Twins, The Cardigans, and early U2 can be heard in songs that explore the darker moods and brighter vistas of The National, Wye Oak, and Phantogram. The high intensity single “Blue Hotel” is fast becoming a radio favorite, charting CMJ and Triple A stations alike, pioneered by Nashville’s own Lightning 100.

Tickets are $5. Doors open at 8pm.



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