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WUTK’s The Mothership presents: The Blueprint LIVE at Barley’s Monday 5/29/2017 at 10PM!

WUTK’s weekly specialty funk and old-school hip-hop and rap The Mothership is proud to present:

THE BLUEPRINT

live at Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria, 200 East Jackson Ave. in Knoxville’s Old City on Monday night, May 29 at 10PM!  http://www.barleysknoxville.com

The BluePrint Band is an eclectic band with various influences of musical styles ranging from traditional jazz, modern jazz, soul, funk, rock, and more….. Check them out HERE!

Indie Experimental Rockers Grizzly Bear hit The Mill and Mine Stage on November 9th at 8 pm. Listen for their new music on 90.3 The Rock

Get Tickets Now. Right here.

Grizzly Bear online.

Listen to Mourning Sound from their new album to be released on Aug. 18. Called “Painted Ruins”

Grizzly Bear music video “Yet Again”

The Mill and Mine online

Zomboy! Rott n’ Roll Tour! EDM Dubstep Pioneer! Live at The Mill and Mine Monday July 31st.

Zomboy OFFICIAL website

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The Mill and Mine online

check out Zomboy’s music and videos here.

Dinosaur Jr. // The Mill and Mine! October 11. Stay tuned to win tickets to the show & follow our social media.

Feel The Pain ** Dinosaur Jr. VIDEO

Dinosaur Jr. VIDEO Goin’ Down

Dinosaur Jr. online

Get Tickets Here.

The Mill and Mine online

Social Distortion at Knoxville’s Mill and Mine! Friday Aug. 18! 8 pm. Special guest Jade Jackson.

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Social Distortion on line.

Social Distortion VIDEO “Ball and Chain”

Get Tickets Here. Social Distortion

Jade Jackson VIDEO She opens the show.

Social Distortion is an American punk rock band formed in 1978 in Fullerton, California. The band currently consists of Mike Ness (lead vocals, lead guitar), Jonny Wickersham (rhythm guitar, backing vocals), Brent Harding (bass, backing vocals), David Hidalgo, Jr. (drums), and David Kalish (keyboards).

Social Distortion went on a temporary hiatus in the mid-1980s, due to frontman Ness’ drug addiction and troubles with the law which resulted in extended stints in various rehabilitation centers that lasted for two years. Since its inception, the band lineup has been a virtual revolving-door of talent with many members coming and going – Ness has been the only constant member. After 39 years of performing, Social Distortion continues to tour and record music.

To date, Social Distortion has released seven full-length studio albums, two compilations, one live album, and two DVDs. They released two albums — Mommy’s Little Monster (1983) and Prison Bound (1988) — before signing a three-album contract with Epic Records in 1989. Social Distortion rose to fame with their 1990 self-titled third album, which produced their well-known hit singles “Ball and Chain”, “Story of My Life”, and the cover of Johnny Cash’s “Ring of Fire”, and was certified gold by RIAA. Many of their later albums, including their second gold record Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell (1992), were also well received. They are considered one of the best-selling punk rock bands, with more than three million albums sold worldwide. Social Distortion is currently working on a new album, likely to be released in 2018.

The New Pornographers! Hit The Bijou Theatre stage Tues. Aug. 15! Listen for the music on Volunteer Radio.

Details here on The Bijou Theatre Website. Get Tickets here.

http://www.thenewpornographers.com/

The New Pornographers VIDEO

Wikipedia description

The band’s first four albums each placed in the top 40 on The Village Voice’s Pazz & Jop year-end poll of hundreds of music reviewers. From 2000 to 2006, either a New Pornographers’ album or a solo album from one of the band’s members ranked in the top 40 on the list each year. In 2007, Blender magazine ranked The New Pornographers’ first album, Mass Romantic, the 24th best indie album of all time. It is the second-highest Canadian album on the list, behind Arcade Fire’s Funeral (which came in sixth). In 2009, Rolling Stone magazine ranked the band’s second studio album, Electric Version, No. 79 in the “100 Best Albums of the Decade”.

The name of the band was chosen by Carl Newman, who has said that he came up with it after watching a Japanese film called The Pornographers. Many writers have assumed that the name was a reference to Jimmy Swaggart’s claim that rock and roll was “the new pornography.” The band has released seven albums to date: Mass Romantic (2000), Electric Version (2003), Twin Cinema (2005), Challengers (2007), Together (2010), Brill Bruisers (2014), and Whiteout Conditions (2017). A live album recorded on their 2006 tour is available only at concerts and on the band’s website. In 2005, the band was the subject of Reginald Harkema’s documentary film Better Off in Bed.

All of the band’s original members were prominent within the Vancouver music scene prior to forming The New Pornographers. Kathryn Calder, who is also Newman’s niece, joined the band in 2005 largely as a live replacement for Case, whose solo career often left her unavailable to perform with the band. […]

FREE Secret City Festival in Oak Ridge, June 2-17! The Black Lillies, Dr Dog and more!

The 16th annual Secret City Festival, June 2-10, is presented by the Celebrate Oak Ridge. The festival features WWII exhibits and memorabilia, a children’s area, arts and crafts vendors, nationally known concert entertainment, and the Living History exhibit, “Life on the Front Lines of WWII, A Soldier’s Life.”

CURRENT LINEUP:

Friday, June 9:
2:00 pm – J-25 Jazz Orchestra
3:15 pm – Teen Spirit
4:45 pm – Hudson K
6:15 pm – Cereus Bright
8:00 pm – The Black Lillies

Saturday, June 10:
10:15 am – Kathy Hill & The Deltas
12:00 pm – Natti Lovejoys
1:00 pm – Dave Eggar
2:30 pm – TBA
4:15 pm – Nora Jane Struthers
6:00 pm – Electric Darling
8:00 pm – Dr. Dog

Secret City Festival Website, Facebook & Twitter
“From its humble beginnings as the one day Azalea Festival in 1982, Oak Ridge’s Secret City Festival is evolving into one of the premier events in East Tennessee and has been expanded to encompass three weekends, June 2-17. A highlight of the event will be the weekend of June 9-10, with arts & crafts vendors, children’s programming, and concerts by locally revered and nationally acclaimed musicians. While previous festivals have featured classic rock, this year the festival looks firmly toward the future with artists who are poised to continue making an impact on their respective genres for years to come, including festival headliners The Black Lillies on June 9 and Dr. Dog on June 10. In another change from previous years, admission is free. The festival will be held at A.K. Bissell Park.

The Black Lillies began as a group of friends making music in songwriter and frontman Cruz Contreras’ Knoxville living room, and have evolved into what is now one of Americana’s biggest success stories: an internationally-renowned band of roots-rockers, armed with songs that […]

WUTK Funhouse Live Presents Tractorhead and The Kevin Abernathy Band Fri. June 16th at Barley’s

WUTK’s Funhouse Live presents a Twin Album Release Show with Tractorhead and The Kevin Abernathy Band, Friday June 16th at 10pm Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria.

Two bands… two new albums… ONE SHOW!

The Kevin Abernathy Ban Website, Facebook, and Twiiter

Tractorhead Website and Facebook

Barley’s Taproom and Pizzeria Website

 

Camp Reggae Festival! May 26th through 28th!

The Natti Love Joys presents Camp Reggae, a three day reggae festival in the Tennessee mountains on Memorial Day weekend, May 26th through the 28th at Turtle Town, Tennessee. This weekend long music festival features hiking, Caribbean food vendors, and arts and crafts.

 

Check out the Camp Reggae website for more details and tickets!

Psych dream pop with Beach House. Wed. May 31st. Mill and Mine.

Get Tickets Now.

Beach House online.

The Mill and Mine online

Beach House “Depression Cherry” album

Beach House VIDEO “Wishes”