Tag Archives: Nashville
Well, I wasn’t really looking for records and I didn’t buy any, but I did stumble on two places worthy of a quick note. This also give me the chance to show you one of my favorite spots in Music City. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE
Here’s another good reason to come to Music City to look for records. Come with me inside the fabulous Phonoluxe and watch what I buy. This place is just full of tons of stuff! Please LIKE, SUBSCRIBE and SHARE!
Hey! Watch me visit this cool record store/watering hole in East Nashville and see what I buy. As a bonus feature, I will show you how I clean my records before I play them. PLEASE LIKE, SHARE AND SUBSCRIBE.
Music City Mike visits his favorite home town record store–the legendary Grimey’s. See what this must-visit store looks like and see what he brings home. And please hit those buttons below the video to LIKE and SUBSCRIBE.
Music City Mike goes record shopping at the new Half Price Books in Nashville, TN. Watch and see what he finds. Also – learn a great tip on how to safely remove price stickers from your records!
It’s time to bring some musical diversity to “11 Questions.” Welcome my long-time friend and perhaps the only hip-hop/rap artist I may ever bring my sometimes-narrow taste to appreciate, Mr. Nathan Conrad, better known as the Spoken Nerd. Nathan is a clever young man who brings an often-whimsical flair to this art form. He is […]
Being an avid Elvis Costello fan, I first heard the name David Olney when I saw that he and his band the X-Rays were the opening act for Costello’s famous “country show” at the Grand Ole Opry in 1982. It didn’t take me long after that to discover the depth of talent that Olney has […]
When I moved to Nashville in 1998, I started to discuss my musical tastes with some of my new Nashville music friends. As soon as I mentioned my love for the likes of Elvis Costello, Squeeze and Nick Lowe, they all said “Have you heard Joe, Marc’s Brother?” I took the hint and soon found […]
Miss Bebe Buell was so involved with the ‘70s and ‘80s rock scene that she could write a book about it! Wait a minute, she did: 2002’s Rebel Heart: An American Rock ‘n’ Roll Journey. It was a New York Times bestseller, and is a must read for those who like to relive those glory […]