Presented by Dollar General
Nashville Dancin': Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue, The Kingston Springs, Sol Cat & Roots of a Rebellion
Assuming the rainstorms let up and the dams stay nice and closed, Nashville Dancin’ will reclaim its riverfront real estate with an exceptionally eclectic lineup. There’s the new-to-town Oak Creek Band, who have band photos that scream “roots rock” but a deliciously disco-fied track in “Weight of the World,” and Sol Cat, whose self-titled full-length debut actually contains a song called “Disco Forest,” though the sextet’s specialty is psychedelic, spiky, synth-scrambled indie rock. Add to that the jam-happy dub reggae-pop outfit Roots of a Rebellion, and the Kingston Springs, who migrate from grungy garage-pop hooks to Byrds-y desert folk-rock. And to top it all off, there’s Mike Farris and the Roseland Rhythm Revue, who’ve firmly cemented a reputation as crowd pleasers with their exuberantly swinging gospel-soul, and who reportedly aren’t too far off from releasing a long-awaited studio album. Here’s hoping the ground stays dry, and the beer cold.
Thu, Jul 18 | 6:00 PM
The Lawn at Riverfront Park