All week on World Cafe with David Dye, the Sense of Place series is exploring the city of Nashville and its rich heritage in country music and beyond. Today, travel through the town’s popular and lesser-known watering holes as up-and-coming singer-songwiter Caitlin Rose takes David on a bar crawl. You can listen to the Sense of Place series on WXPN at 2 p.m. Monday through Friday all this week, or at 7 p.m. on XPN2: Singer-Songwriter Radio.
Country singer/songwriter Caitlin Rose will be playing at MilkBoy tonight. Rose hails from Nashville, Tennessee, the heart of country, and it shines through her music. To date, she has released an EP, two albums, and a seven inch record, and her latest album, The Stand-In, was released just last month. The album was released on According To Our Records (or ATO) and can be purchased via Rose’s website, or through ATO’s website. Also through Rose’s website, you can listen to “I Was Cruel” off of her new record, as well as watch a teaser video to her album. Tickets and information for 21 and up show with Andrew Combs and August John Lutz II (of Levee Drivers) can be found here. Below, check out Caitlin Rose’s teaser trailer to her new album The Stand-In.
Nashville singer-songwriter Caitlin Rose got back from an overseas tour just in time to release her sophomore record The Stand In via ATO last week. Carrying the torch from her 2011 debut, The Stand In showcases Rose’s knack for writing personal, confessional style songs that are catchy and relateable, highlighting the melting pot of genres in the Nashville music scene. Lead single “I Was Cruel” was featured as a My Morning Download in January (grab a copy here). Tickets and information for Caitlin Rose’s 21+ show with Andrew Combs and August John Lutz II at MilkBoy can be found here. Watch Rose perform “Only a Clown” live in Bristol, UK below.
Pissed Jeans sure know how to make the most of two and a half minutes. The first single from the local band’s upcoming Honeys LP is called “Cathouse,” and it’s a relentless punk jam with a killer shred explosion two minutes in. Honeys will be out on Sub Pop on February 12th, with a record release show at Underground Arts on February 15th. Tickets and information for the 21+ show can be found here. Download the song via Soundcloud here. Continue reading