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John Rich of Big & Rich plays Knoxville

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Tin Roof Knoxville, the local establishment in the Tin Roof franchise located at 1915 Cumberland Ave. on “The Strip” in Knoxville, reports that John Rich — half of the country party-duo Big & Rich — will perform a free show from 9-11 p.m. Friday, April 23. With any luck, things’ll get as rowdy as they did in 2007 when the two performed at the downtown Maryville Foothills Fall Festival back in 2007. That year, patrons at Brackins Blues Bar in downtown Maryville reported a John Rich sighting late Saturday night when the country star set up in a corner of Brackins and had to be reminded it was a public establishment after a female friend got a little too exuberant with her lap-grinding on him. Later that night, according to those who where there, the wheelchair-bound Two-Foot Fred — the diminuitive sidekick of Big & Rich — apparently used Broadway Avenue in downtown Knoxville and the closed-for-the-night craft booths as an obstacle course.

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April 20th, 2010 at 10:45 am

The Hold Steady and The Whigs at The Square Room

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Last Thursday while browsing the ticket sales site for that fabulous downtown Knoxville venue The Square Room (located at 4 Market Square), I found this particular show. As far as I can tell, it hadn’t been announced, since tickets don’t go on sale until Friday.

The Hold Steady.

The Whigs.

Monday, July 12.

Holy. CRAP.

Unable to contain my enthusiasm, I Tweeted about it immediately. The Whigs played The Bijou Theatre back in January with the Royal Bangs, and The Hold Steady came to town a couple of years ago to the same venue … but given the 500-person capacity of The Square Room, this is gonna be one heckuva an up-close-and-personal show. The Whigs recently released the new CD “In the Dark,” and The Hold Steady have a new CD — “Heaven Is Whenever” — coming out next month.

I can’t stress enough how awesome this show will be. The Hold Steady have quickly become one of my favorite band; the sheer, unadulterated enthusiasm of their music is ferocious, and in my opinion, they’re one of the best American rock ‘n’ roll bands out there these days.

Tickets go on sale Friday, April 23; they’re $17 in advance/$20 at the door. You can get ‘em at the venue’s Tickets Web page.

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April 19th, 2010 at 9:04 am

“Taste of the Brew Lagoon” takes place Saturday

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As if there isn’t enough going on this weekend with the Dogwood Arts Festival and its subsidiary music bash Rhythm N’ Blooms, add one more Dogwood-related event to your calendar: “Taste of the Brew Lagoon,” starting at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 17, at Wild Wing Cafe, 11335 Campbell Lakes Drive in West Knoxville.

Participants can sample more than 50 craft beers and hear performances by Balsam Range, Robinella, the Lonesome Coyotes and The Chillbillies. Admission is $20 in advance or $25 at the door and includes a 4-oz. souvenir glass; proceeds of the ticket sales benefit WDVX-FM and the Dogwood Arts Festival. You have to be 21 to get in; call 777-9464 for more info.

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April 16th, 2010 at 7:02 am

Battle of the Bands takes the year off

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Bad news for local bands — Big Mama’s Battle of the Bands, which has taken place every summer for the past three years at Big Mama’s Karaoke Cafe (10605 Chapman Highway), is taking a break this year.

From the battle’s Myspace site: “… we find that due to the increasing demand for our state-of-the-art Stageline, and the pressing need to build out a permanent stage at the Big Mama Back Stage venue, that we will sadly have to postpone Big Mama’s Battle of the Bands until 2011.”

Up until the announcement, planning was already under way, and several bands (such as Blount County’s Skyfall) already had a date pencilled in to play the battle. In addition, last year the venue also brought in a number of past-their-prime-but-entertaining-nonetheless cock-rockers such as Steven Adler and LA Guns, but there’s no word on whether such high-profile concerts will take place there this year.

However, Big Mama’s officials say, the battle will be back in 2011: “… we have big plans for the revamped summer-long music festival next year, including more sites and venues, more bands and bigger and better prizes and sponsorships.”

For bands who were scheduled to rock Big Mama’s this summer: “If you have previously registered your band to appear this year, need more information, or want to sign up now for our upcoming season, please visit our website at www.knoxbotb.com. Big Mama Digital Entertainment and Big Mama’s Karaoke Café would like to thank the bands, the staff, the crew and supporters and fans who helped make our outdoor music festival a wonderful success.”

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April 16th, 2010 at 6:37 am

Yes, Virginia, there really is a Stainville

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Stainville, Tennessee — yes, such a place really exists. I didn’t think so either, but Google shows it as existing northwest of Knoxville/northeast of Frozen Head State Park. Granted, it’s little more than a crossroads, but it’s there — due west of Lake City and near similar out-of-the-way locales as Welch Camp, Sheam and Charley’s Branch.

I bring this up to call your attention to an upcoming mega-music festival scheduled to take place there May 7-9: The Fourth Annual Devils Triangle Bike Rally and Music Festival, which will be held at Grey Wolf Campground, 5935 New River Highway in Stainville. Bands on the bill include Confederate Groove, N.U.M.B., Air Angus, Through Agony We Reign, Murder in the Mirror, Desolate Anguish, Disarmed, Reigns to Ruin, Crome Molly, Shallowpoint, Stone Line, Psychosystem, Galaxie and Black Magick.

Additional activities include: a bike show and rodeo, miles of 4×4 and ATV trails, a wet T-shirt contest and more. Tickets are $25 for a three-day pass or $10 for a one-day pass; call (423) 494-4077 for more information. Here’s the flyer:

bikerally

Dirty Guv’nahs give a name to forthcoming CD

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Got an e-mail from Mr. James Trimble late last week, appealing for votes for his band, The Dirty Guv’nahs, in the annual “Best of Knoxville” poll put together by that alternative weekly over Knoxville way. (Go here to vote, if you’re so inclined.)

He also mentions that the band, new CD, recording up at “The Barn” studios in Woodstock owned and operated by Levon Helm of The Band, now has a title: “Youth is in Our Blood.” It’s being mixed and mastered up in Woodstock right now and is slated for a summer release

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April 12th, 2010 at 7:38 am

Free music! The Daily Times .mp3 library!

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We’ve added some new .mp3s, free for you to download, to our library over the past month or so. Every so often, I like to put them together in one place as a local music library, if you will. Here’s what we have in total:

Jag Star, “Talk to Me”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Jag Star online: click here
Buy “Static Bliss,” the new Jag Star album: click here

Medford’s Black Record Collection, “Gravedigger Blues”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Medford’s Black Record Collection online: click here
Buy MBRC music: click here

The Songbirds, “Go In Peace”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Songbirds on Myspace: click here

The Mountain Folk Reunion, “500 Miles”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Mountain Folk Reunion online: click here

Mixed With Rain, “Buying Back Buffy”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Mixed With Rain on Myspace: click here

R.B. Morris, “Amsterdam”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
R.B. Morris, “Plato’s Perfect World”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
R.B. Morris, “Spy in My Brain”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
R.B. Morris, “Empire”: right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
R.B. Morris, “City”:
right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy albums by R.B. Morris (including his most recent, “Spies Lies and Burning Eyes”): click here

Angel Zuniga Martinez, “Definitely Love”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Angel Zuniga Martinez, “The Man”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Angel Zuniga Martinez on Myspace: Click here

Skytown Riot, “I’ll Go Myself”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Skytown Riot on Myspace: Click here

The Basement Lights, “Tragic Joke”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Basement Lights on Myspace: Click here

The John Titlow Band, “Girl From Morganton Road”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
John Titlow Band online: click here

Meg ‘n’ Dredd, “Pain”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Meg ‘n’ Dredd online: Click here
Meg ‘n’ Dredd on Myspace: Click here

Greg Horne, “I Liked You Better”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Greg Horne online: Click here
Buy Greg’s music: Click here

Kat Brock, “Head a Home”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Kat Brock on Myspace: Click here
Kat Brock on Bandcamp: Click here

The Hotshot Freight Train, “The Misfit”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Hotshot Freight Train on Myspace: Click here
Buy music by THSFT: Click here

Steve Brown, “Gymnopodie IV”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Steve Brown online/buy music: Click here

Todd Steed and the Suns of Phere, “Preservation Roof”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Todd Steed online: Click here
Buy music by Todd Steed: Click here

Robinella, “Can I Go Too”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Robinella online/buy the new album “Fly Away Bird”: Click here

Kata and the Blaze, “Lie to Me”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Kata and the Blaze, “Wanted 2″: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Kata and the Blaze online: Click here
Buy music from Kata and the Blaze: Click here

Hollywood, “Get It Gyrl”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Hollywood, “Kool-Aid”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Hollywood on Myspace: Click here

Dishwater Blonde, “Pour Out Your Favor”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Dishwater Blonde online: Click here
Buy music by Dishwater Blonde: Click here

Homer Hart, “Whiskey and Your Memory”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Homer Hart on Myspace: Click here

Skyfall, “Everything to Me”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Skyfall, “Bliss”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Skyfall, “A Breath Away”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Skyfall, “Then It’s Settled”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Skyfall website: Click here
Purchase “Break Out,” the new album by Skyfall: click here

Senryu, “Jericho Ruins Everything”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Senryu, “Inklings”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Help yourself to all of Senryu’s catalog (for free!): Senryu’s Band Camp site

Pegasi51, “Time Slows Down”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Pegasi51, “Take a Seat in the Back”:
Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Pegasi51 online

Pegasi51 on Myspace

The Bearded, “House Sparrow”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Visit The Bearded online: Click here

Bellfield, “Crooked Mile”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy Bellfield’s music on iTunes: Click here
Visit Bellfield on Myspace: Click here

Ian Thomas, “Little Children”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Visit Ian Thomas online: Click here
Purchase Ian Thomas music: Click here

The American Plague, “Black Love”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “Kiss of Death” and other CDs by The American Plague: Click here

Cain and Annabelle, “Side Porch Swing”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Cain and Annabelle, “Sycamore Tree”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “The Lake Takes,” by Cain and Annabelle: Click here

Royal Bangs, “My Car Is Haunted”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Visit the site for the band’s label, Audio Eagle Records, to purchase Royal Bangs goodness and other tunage.

Soundtrack Black, “Out to Dry”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy “First Born,” by Soundtrack Black: Click here

Cutthroat Shamrock, “Dry Bones”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy music by Cutthroat Shamrock: Click here

1220, “The Motor Mile”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy 1220 music: Check the 1220 Myspace site frequently for links

Kevin Abernathy Band, “All Her Tears”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy Kevin Abernathy’s CDs on CD Baby: Click here

Against the Opposition, “Pursue the Enemy”: right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)

Jeff Barbra, “Blame It on Vern”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy “Country Music for Country People” by Jeff Barbra: Click here

The Black Lillies, “Midnight”: Right click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “Whiskey Angel,” by The Black Lillies: Click here

Cold Hands, “Taking a Ride”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “Sex. Beats. Romance.” by Cold Hands: Click here

Diacon-Panthers, “Curses”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “Make It Feel Better” by the Diacon-Panthers: Click here

The Dirty Gunnz, “Shake Your Sugar”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
The Dirty Gunnz on Myspace: Click here

The Dirty Guv’nahs, “We’ll Be The Light”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Dirty Guv’nahs, “Saguaro”:
Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Dirty Guv’nahs, “Brown Little Bird”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy “The Dirty Guv’nahs,” the band’s self-titled new album: Click here

The Dirty Works, “Wife Beater”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “Biscuits and Liquor” by The Dirty Works: Click here

The Drunk Uncles, “Drunk Talkin’”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Drunk Uncles, “The Man I Couldn’t Be”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Drunk Uncles on Myspace: Click here

Facelock, “Cervical Dislocation”: right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Facelock, “Defy”: right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)

Mic Harrison and The High Score, “Long Time”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Mic Harrison and The High Score, “Never Gonna Drink Again”: right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy albums by Mic Harrison, from his solo work to his collaborations with The High Score: click here

The High Score, “She’s a Heartbreak”: Right-click here (select “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)

John Paul Keith and the One Four Fives, “Lookin’ for a Thrill”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As” to download)
Buy “Spills and Thrills,” the new album by JPK and the One Four Fives: On Amazon.com, or on iTunes.

Scott McMahan, “The Loneliest Blues”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Scott McMahan on Myspace: Click here

Melungeons, “Blackwater Swamp” (live): Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Melungeons, “Blackwater Swamp” (studio version, 2010): right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Melungeons online/purchase “Blackwater Swamp”: click here

Seeing Skies, “Don’t Stop Breathing In”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Check out Seeing Skies on Myspace: Click here

Christopher Scum, “Fifty Acres”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Christopher Scum on Myspace: Click here

Jonathan Sexton and The Big Love Choir, “The Mountain”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy “Big Love,” by Jonathan Sexton: Click here

Teenage Love13, “Fun Religion”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy “No Excuses,” Teenage Love’s most recent album: Click here

Tim Lee 3, “Chuck Berry in Space”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Tim Lee 3 w/Amy Ray (of the Indigo Girls), “Cortez the Killer” (live from The Earl in Atlanta): Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy music by the Tim Lee 3: Click here

The LoneTones, “Gone Again”: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy LoneTones music: Click here

Free music by regional/national artists!

Po’ Girl, “No Shame”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Po’ Girl online (click on “Music” to buy CDs): Click here

Bonepony, “Jubilee”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Bonepony online: Click here
Bonepony music and more: Click here

Jump Back Jake, “The Flood”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Jump Back Jake online: Click here
Buy Jump Back Jake music: Click here

The Civil Wars, “Poison and Wine”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
The Civil Wars online: Click here
Buy Civil Wars music: Click here

Amanda Palmer, “Astronaut: A Short History of Nearly Nothing” (feat. Zoe Keating and Ben Folds): Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Amanda Palmer online: Click here

Louise Mosrie, “Home”: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Louise Mosrie online: Click here
Buy Louise Mosrie music: Click here

“Hardcore Dollar,” by Malcolm Holcombe: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Malcolm Holcombe online: Click here
Buy Malcolm’s music: Click here

“Barstool,” by Chris Berardo and The DesBerardos: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
“The One,” by Chris Berardo and The DesBerardos: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
“So Good So Far,” by Chris Berardo and The DesBerardos: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
The DesBerardos online: Click here
Buy music: Click here

“Something to Believe In,” by Mark Wagner: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
“Here for You,” by Mark Wagner: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy “Sun’s Gonna Rise,” the new album by Mark Wagner: Click here
Mark Wagner online: Click here

“Evacuate,” by The Boxer Rebellion: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
(Boxer Rebellion singer Nathan Nicholson is a native of Maryville! Read a recent story: Click here)
The Boxer Rebellion online: Click here
Buy “Union,” by The Boxer Rebellion: Click here

“Friday (Pay Day),” by Space Capone: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
“I Just Wanna Dance,” by Space Capone: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Space Capone on Myspace (where you can find a link to buying his music on iTunes): Click here

“Tupelo,” by Scissormen: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
“My Christmas Wish,” by Scissormen: Right-click here (choose “Save Link As” or “Save Target As”)
Buy Scissormen music: Click here

“Pilgrim,” by Red Collar: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy Red Collar’s CD: Click here

“Heavy Load,” by the Deadstring Brothers: Right-click here (choose “Save Target As” or “Save Link As”)
Buy Deadstring Brothers music: Click here

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April 8th, 2010 at 9:27 pm

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Allen Toussaint on songwriting and inspiration

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New Orleans icon and R&B legend Allen Toussaint is our cover story for tomorrow’s edition of The Daily Times Weekend section, and he talked at length about his songwriting process, and some of those songs that have become famous over the years.

“My inspiration comes from daily life,” Toussaint told The Daily Times during a recent phone interview. “I collect notes everywhere I am — little scraps of paper, and when I get to a permanent place in the evenings, I begin to develop the ideas I gather through the day. This goes on constantly. It’s just daily life. I may see two people cross the street, and even though I don’t hear what they’re saying, the way they interact with each other … their gestures … that’s inspiring.”

He related the story of encountering an American woman while abroad in Italy: “I said, ‘What brought you to Italy?,’ and she said, ‘Love — and when I got here, he left me.’ So to me, that sounded like a song — ‘love brought me to Italy and left me there.’ But her story had a happy ending. I told her, ‘You found more love that you never would have found anywhere else.’”

“Night People,” originally recorded by long-time collaborator Lee Dorsey and now available on various Toussaint collections, was inspired, he said, by people-watching outside of Mason’s VIP Lounge, a long-gone NOLA nightclub where Toussaint recalls people “just hanging outside, sitting around and waiting for something to happen.”

The strangest song he ever wrote, he added, was “Mother-in-Law,” the No. 1 hit for Ernie K-Doe from 1961. (Toussaint played piano on that recording.)

“It was odd, because I wasn’t married at the time, so I had no mother-in-law,” Toussaint said with a chuckle. “It was just a joke used on television a lot in those days — ‘Take my mother-in-law … please!‘ It was such a huge success, but it came from an odd place.”

Toussaint performs at 8 p.m. Wednesday, April 14 at The Bijou Theatre in downtown Knoxville; tickets are $26.50. Check him out online.

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April 8th, 2010 at 8:32 am

Sara Watkins discusses possibility of a Nickel Creek reunion

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Coming Friday (in the print edition; tomorrow online) in The Daily Times Weekend entertainment section — an interview with ace fiddler Sara Watkins, formerly of Nickel Creek. She’ll perform Thursday, April 15, at The Square Room in downtown Knoxville, and we had a great phone conversation about a month ago. Here’s what she had to say about the possibility of reuniting with her brother Sean Watkins and mandolin player Chris Thile:

“We’re open to it, but we just know that right now is not the time,” she said. “We keep in touch and see each other often; Chris comes to LA, we go to New York, and we love hanging out and catching up. But it takes a lot of time to get these projects going.

“Who knows? It could happen all of the sudden, it could happen in 5 to 10 years or it could happen never. We want to be really protective of the time we had together and not hasten any kind of reunion without it being just right, because we love it so much. We don’t want to ruin it with any kind of musical pressure.”

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April 7th, 2010 at 10:42 am

Sundown in the City 2010 lineup announced

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Here it is! The announcement of this year’s Sundown in the City lineup. Remember — it’s still on Thursdays, starting April 22, but will be every other week. Same location — Market Square in downtown Knoxville — and still free, but because of burgeoning crowds, organizers hope to ease the strain on downtown merchants.

What: Regal Entertainment Group presents Sundown in the City 2010
When:
Thursdays April 22, May 6, May 20, June 3 and June 17, 6-10 p.m.
Where: Market Square in downtown Knoxville
How much: Absolutely free! With free parking after 6 p.m. at the Locust Street, Market Square and State Street garages.

Starting this year, fans of Sundown will be able to receive text alerts to their mobile phones. To receive text alerts about Sundown, fans should text the word SUN to 68572. Standard texting rates apply.

This year’s line-up:

April 22 — Trombone Shorty with opener to be announced

May 6 — The Eli Young Band with Jill Andrews

May 20 — Tonic with Aftah Party

June 3 — Blues Traveler with The Dirty Guv’nahs

June 17 — Drive-By Truckers with Eli “Paperboy” Reed & The True Loves