What you need to know about music festivals and series in Knoxville – All in one blog post!

Slow Blind Hill, Jr, Jaimie Cameron and Henry Perry, Preservation Pub, Knoxville There are so many series and festivals running around town that you may have a hard time keeping them all straight. That’s where I can help. We have a new series, a returning series, an ongoing series an old festival and a new […]

Rhythm and Blooms on the Cheap

Robinella and the CC String Band, Knoxville, 2011 Rhythm and Blooms is a part of the Dogwood Arts Festival and given that it involves music and downtown, any reader of this blog would reasonably expect that I would be all over it – but it got complicated. Robinella fronting the CC String Band, Knoxville, 2011 […]

Workingman’s Art on the Square, First Friday, Take One

Piano reverie on the square, Market Square, Knoxville, April 2011 As the experiences of a First Friday broaden, it is becoming more difficult to put it all into one post or under the umbrella of a single theme. I’ve decided to break April’s First Friday into three parts: Workingman’s Art, High Art and Party Crashing. Today we’ll […]

It’s Cold, It’s Spring and Knoxville is about to Explode

Sculpture on Gay Street, Knoxville Just when we thought we’d moved past winter, it has re-emerged from its lair. It was just cold and damp enough this weekend in the city, that short sleeve shirts didn’t do the trick no matter how much you told yourself that April starts this week. It is that happy […]