Send out summer the right way this Labor Day Weekend. WITH NEW JAMS.
Miss America - Justice
I’ve found my soundtrack for the close of summer. “This will be ours, you and I.”
Sturgill Simpson - Life of Sin (Live on Letterman)
Well, it’s official. I’ve lived in Nashville long enough to know that this is awesome. Fantastic performance last night on Letterman.
Yacht Rock /yät räk/ noun
a: Adult-contemporary musical movement spanning the late 1970s and early 1980s defined by its smooth sound.
b: An ambitious, yet irresistible, fusion of love songs and classical arrangements that arose from the ashes of eccentric singer-songwriter art-pop.
c: Suggested genre for sipping beachside martinis, lighting romantic flames with old lovers, and soundtracking wedding slideshow montages.
It’s that time of year again! Like John Brooks, I hope these new summer jams prove to be a CLUTCH SUBSTITUTE for your car stereo over the coming months.
See what I did there?
Bruce Springsteen & The E Street Band - Clampdown (Live Clash Cover)
FRIDAYS ARE FOR BOSSTIME, and the E Street Band has trained this blue-eyed man to be a young believer. Joe Strummer would be proud.
|—||Adam Gold of Nashville Scene, on Why Bruce Springsteen’s Return to Bridgestone Arena is more than just a concert|
David Ramirez - Stone
This man has been speaking the truth for years, but especially love the new single: “The one thing I know that’ll seal you in stone is what you have to say.”
Bruce Springsteen - Don’t Change (Live INXS Cover)
I wanna be half this cool (and energized) at Age 64. Don’t change for you, don’t change a thing for me. 13 days until the Nashville show.