“Where State Pride Meets Quality” is the tagline of Tennessee’s classic lifestyle brand. Since 2006, it’s been creating an emotional response from people who love Tennessee. This year, the brand launches Harper Knit, a women's line created for comfort and versatility.
The folk-rockers are back in their new home as Lightning 100’s Artists of the Week, celebrating happy hour with pizza, beer and new music from their forthcoming debut album, The Greatest Thing You’ll Ever Learn.
Inspired by Ralph Waldo Emerson, Pablo Neruda and Bonnie Jo Campbell, the LA-via-Chicago songstress delivers her brand of smoky, gothic charm from her new record, Here The Blue River. A storyteller in film and television, she lends a haunting folk voice in support of David Wax Museum and Darlingside on tour.
On their triumphant reunion tour, Harper and his longtime collaborators put their signature blend of rock, soul and R&B on display in Music City for the first time in nearly a decade.
When Baird was in high school, an inspirational speech from Rivers Rutherford led the fellow Memphis-born songwriter to pursue music. Now the two will join each other for an intimate hour-long song-swap session in the Ford Theater.