Tag Archives: Third and Lindsley

Margo Price @ Third and Lindsley / Nashville TN / June 14 & 15, 2016

Having missed the early bus on Nashville’s Margo Price, I decided to hop on a later one when I saw the announcement of her show at Third and Lindsley. I knew it would sell out fast as did an added second night. The latter show would also be a special mid-week broadcast by local radio […]

American Aquarium @ Third and Lindsley / Nashville TN / August 23, 2015

I had only once before seen Raleigh-based American Aquarium. (The rather unusual-sounding band name actually comes from a line in a Wilco song.) This was back in 2010 when they were part of a marathon six-hour “Gram National” concert celebrating the music of Mr. Parsons at East Nashville’s Five Spot. (They squeezed “Streets of Baltimore” […]

Josh Rouse @ Third & Lindsley / Nashville TN / June 20, 2015

Despite the fact that he now lives in Spain, Josh Rouse will forever be a Music City resident in our hearts. On the final night of a brief US tour to promote his latest release, The Embers of Time, Rouse returned home to the Third & Lindsley stage where he last appeared two years ago. […]

R.I.P.: Ian McLagan

It has been a tough week for Rolling Stones’ sidemen now with the passing of The Small Faces / Faces keyboardist Ian McLagan. Following the death of sax player Bobby Keys, British-born McLagan died in his longtime home of Austin, Texas at age 69 after suffering a stroke. After the Faces disbanded in 1975, McLagan […]

World Party @ Third and Lindsley / Nashville TN / June 5, 2014

I discovered World Party when I had a “High Fidelity-moment” hearing their first record played at Austin’s Waterloo Records. While my initial attraction was a lead vocalist sounding like Mick Jagger, the more I listened, the more I liked their sound which turned out to be closer to the Beatles than the Stones. I bought […]

Glenn Tilbrook @ Third and Lindsley / Nashville TN / September 17, 2013

I should probably issue a disclaimer with this post that I have been a colossal Squeeze fan since their first record in 1978. Over the years, the band’s working status has been a roller coaster ride. Fortunately, about a dozen or so years ago, the band’s main voice, Glenn Tilbrook, started touring on his own. […]

John Cowan 60th Birthday Bash to Benefit Our Kids @ Third and Lindsley / Nashville TN / August 27, 2013

I have limited familiarity with John Cowan. I know that he was a member of the ground-breaking New Grass Revival and that he was currently a part of what today tours as The Doobie Brothers.  I also know he is a gifted singer having seen him perform with Nashville’s The Long Players classic album covers […]