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April 2015

01 April

Amy Speace - The Basement (Nashville)

Gut-wrenching folk imbued with “poetry and honesty” (New York Times) that tackles ill-advised love, the bitter battle for sobriety and self-redemption — all while “channeling the classics” (Billboard) from Stax to Muscle Shoals.

05 April

Fairfield Four and McCrary Sisters - Ryman Auditorium (Nashville)

First-call Nashville session aces, The McCrary Sisters — Alfreda, Ann, Deborah and Regina — deliver a soul-stirring gospel, tight knit vocal style that can only be generated by women who’ve sung together their entire lives.

Legendary gospel quartet, The Fairfield Four - Bobbye Sherrell, Joseph Thompson, Larrice Byrd and Levert Allison — continue to celebrate the near century-long tradition that started in Nashville’s Fairfield Baptist Church in 1921.

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17 April

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23 April

Sleater-Kinney - Marathon Music Works (Nashville)

Sleater-Kinney, hailed by Rolling Stone as "America's fiercest punk band," shocked and awed fans with the surprise announcement of their first album in 10 years, 'No Cities To Love' (out now, Sub Pop), called "catchy as all-clashing hell" by Pitchfork, "the first great album of 2015" by the New York Times, and "a crowning jewel in their legacy" by GRAMMY-winner St. Vincent writing in Rolling Stone.

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28 April

Gretchen Peters - Grand Ole Opry (Nashville)

Nashville Songwriter Hall of Famer Gretchen Peters co-produces her 8th album of 11 tracks with friends Jason Isbell, Jimmy LaFave, Matraca Berg and more, reflecting the gritty, evocative style this Emmy and CMA winner has become known for. ‘Blackbirds’ released on Feb. 10.

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29 April