Rhythm n Blooms 2018: Rain, Cold and Musical Gold (Part Three)

Day three started early, for me, as I headed to the WUTK studio to do Knoxcentric. Luke Brogdin of Southern Cities graciously agreed to join me for a bit to talk about their set the previous day, as well as their new music. Their┬áSee the Future┬áCD is now available on Spotify and reflects an upbeat […]

Rhythm n Blooms 2018: Rain, Cold and Musical Gold (Part Two)

Day two is usually where the fatigue starts to set in a bit. Add to that the weather on day two – hovering in the 30s with a mist most of the day, and it became clear this would not be an easy run. I started at Pilot Light – just a little too late. […]

Rhythm n Blooms 2018: Rain, Cold and Musical Gold (Part One)

It’s always an exciting weekend for the city. People travel to the festival in large numbers and, it seems, everyone who loves music and lives here joins in, as well. While Big Ears stretches my listening, Rhythm n Blooms tends to help me find artists I will definitely love but who, for whatever reason, have […]

Rhythm n Blooms Looms: An Interview with Lilly Hiatt

Rhythm n Blooms descends on the Old City in downtown Knoxville this Friday and runs three days, ending late Sunday night. During those three days, festival goers will be exposed to more good music than any of us will know how to wrap our heads around. As I write this I am listening to favorites […]