Randy Fox

Nashville Helping Nashville Concert in East Park

Saying that Nashville’s network of locally-owned and operated music venues have taken it on the chin the last few years is an understatement. Between a decade of “It-City-itus,” supercharged gentrification, corporate absorption, and a pandemic that put the live music industry on life support, it’s been more like a jackhammer to the breadbasket and parts south.

Patrick Clifford

Ask Patrick Clifford, “The Pope of Five Points,” what his favorite hangs are and get ready for a long list. “I love music, and I live in The Basement East,” he says.

Eastside Buzz, May 6

New eateries and new housing are on the way along with a move for an Eastside original. Plus, new rules for buses of woo girls may be in the works. It’s all in this week’s Buzz!

Eastside Buzz, April 29

New businesses on the way, spring time festivities, and a celebration of life are all in before you this week. So be a reading bee, and then a do bee, with this week’s Buzz!

Eastside Buzz, April 22

Interesting developments in the plans for East Bank redevelopment and a step in the right direction from the Metro Council in regard to preserving local music venues top the Buzz this week. Also some good news about a previously undocumented portion of Nashville’s DIY music scene history as a special treat for Record Store Day this weekend. It’s all in the Buzz!

Eastside Buzz, April 15

The storms are past us (for this week), and beautiful Spring weather is upon us — an excellent day to get the Buzz!

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