At last, a book written about The Ozark Mountain Daredevils, by one of its own, has been released. Written by bassist, Michael ‘Supe’ Granda, “It Shined – The Saga of the Ozark Mountain Daredevils” is an expose of the life and times of the band in and out of the spotlight, on and off of the stage, and from top of the charts to the bottom of the barrel. Not only will you find humorous anecdotes about the music (i.e. Jackie Blue’s sex change and Chicken Train’s acquisition of its chicken squawking solo), you will learn about the rigors...Read More
A great big THANK YOU to all who came by to check out Atomic Nashville for our grand opening. Special thanks to The Black Lemons, Shawn Byrne, and John Dennis for supplying the amazing music! And extra special thanks to Jeff Bertrand for his hard work live-painting to benefit the great work of Crossroads Pets Shop & Adopt. We had a blast!Read More
The Replacements are the subject of Bob Mehr’s new book Trouble Boys: The True Story of the Replacements. It’s out March 1 via Da Capo Press. The 520-page book was written with the participation of Paul Westerberg, Tommy Stinson, Slim Dunlap, and the late Bob Stinson’s family members.Read More
Jeff Bertrand is an artist who has really come in to his own in recent history. A Scholastic American Vision Award winner at age 17, Bertrand has long been showcasing an unusual talent for his age. A mostly ‘self-taught’ artist, Bertrand was born and raised in Nashville, TN and immersed himself in the music culture of the city as well as the outsider art, graffiti, and tattoo culture that also abounds. The art that won him the American Vision Award was displayed in the Cochoran Museum of Art in Washington, D.C. and purchased by Scholastic for their permanent collection....Read More
Record Store Day is THIS Saturday! Live music in our kitchen beginning with Tim Easton at 2:00. Lots of great books, Nashville music & art, and strange gifts in stock. Y'all come!
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