Waynestock: For the Love of Drew, Night Three

The final night of the three night festival offered an exciting musical line-up and promised to be an emotional night with Psychotic Behavior, Drew Bledsoe’s band slated to be the final act on the schedule. The crowd grew as the night progressed and must have topped three hundred before it was over. The thing I […]

Waynestock: For the Love of Drew, Night Two

Relix Theater in former White Store, N. Central, Knoxville Fortunately for us working types, the second night of the festival was a Friday night, so sleeping in figured into the possibility of another late night. With a great line-up including several bands I’ve wanted to hear, I planned to stay to the conclusion. Art in […]

Waynestock: For the Love of Drew, Night One

The Relix (pronounced like the word “relics”) Theater is an unassuming storefront in Happy Holler – which is an area about  a mile and half out Central Avenue from downtown proper. It’s across the street from the Time Warp Tea Room and next to Vega-rama. Inside it looks like an old warehouse with heavy curtains dividing it in […]

For the Next Few Days, It’s Waynestock!

If you are like me, you hear about great local bands, but you never seem to be able to catch some of them with the greatest buzz. I probably do catch more than my share, but I’m still missing some. Hudson K, The Malungeons, Tim Lee 3 – I haven’t seen any of them. Wouldn’t […]

Hanging on through Winter

In a way, the city recedes just a bit in winter. It’s cold out and fewer people walk the streets. Lazy strolls disappear in favor of rapid-fire paces with the destination more in focus than the trip. A cold wind howls through many city blocks like unnatural canyons, making the snow, ice and rain more […]