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Local rock scene showcased in two ’86 concerts

See Rock CityIn 1986, two concerts showcased Nashville’s local rock scene By Randy Fox Raging Fire: (l-r) Mark Medley, Michael Godsey, Melora Zaner, Lee A. Carr. Photo courtesy of Mark Medley Features Share this story! In the early months of 1986, the local Nashville rock scene celebrated its successes with two showcase concerts. The Rock …

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Margo Price: The View From the Mountain

In the summer of 2015, the album that would become Margo Price’s breakout debut, Midwest Farmer’s Daughter, had been sitting in the can for months.
A disastrous summer tour left her and her husband, Jeremy Ivey, broke and disgusted. Record label rejections were piling up.

Buick Audra: ‘Life Is Short – Make the Art’

Back in 2012, Audra dedicated the entire year to recording and cataloging 60 of her own songs. She didn’t have a place or plan for them yet, but she systematically went back and gathered those missing “song children” so they wouldn’t end up orphaned, triggering the shame that comes with abandoned art.

Andrew Leahey Creates Music Out of The Noise

One morning in November 2013, Andrew Leahey drove with his wife to Vanderbilt hospital. He was scheduled to undergo a craniotomy to remove an acoustic neuroma tangled in the nerves behind his right ear, culminating months of excruciating headaches, strange tones no one else could hear, overwhelming fatigue, loss of balance, and one disastrous medical misdiagnosis.

Putting Down Roots

Meg Morgan and Parker Millsap are pumped. During a recent hike in Ashland City, the two nature-buffs — an award-winning environmentalist and her chart-topping singer/songwriter husband — identified more than 30 species of birds in a matter of hours.

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