Gram International VI

Nashville Scene Critic's Pick …

It’s been 40 years since Gram Parsons left this earth, but his legacy lives on, perhaps nowhere more than in Nashville. He’s the patron saint of the Americana movement, which is more vital than ever — and for a lot of folks, Parsons becomes more sanctified the further he fades into the past. To those admirers, the fact that Parsons hasn’t been inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame or its country music counterpart seems like a tremendous oversight. And listening back to his classic recordings — of which there are very few, since he died at 26 — there’s no doubt he was a fabulous talent whose influence seems to get greater each year. The fourth edition of this annual Parsons tribute is expanding to two nights. Friday features Natalie Noone and the Maybes (featuring the daughter of Herman’s Hermit Peter Noone), Jock Bartley, The Burrito Brothers, Walter Egan, Donna Frost, Charlie Pate, Rich Mahan and the Cocktail Heroes, and Don Pedigo and the Grand Persons. Saturday’s lineup includes Bob Buchanan, Jon Byrd, Donna Frost, The Devious Angels, Ray Harris and the BSOBs, Trevor McSpadden, Aaron Raitiere, B.J. O’Malley and Jerry Mincey.

—Jack Silverman

Fri, Nov 8 | 6:00 PM
Douglas Corner Cafe
$10 - $15
[Venue Details]

Natalie Noone

Nashville TN  |  Americana



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