Rodrigo y Gabriela brought their signature propulsive performance to bear song after song—punctuated by quieter moments of conversation where both ruminated on the individual and collective journeys that brought them to this point. Check out our full collection of shots from a great show.
My first night at the Ryman was also my first time seeing Old Crow Medicine Show in several years, and while the lineup had inevitably changed, their rebel spirit was still there - from the opening breakneck pace of “Tear It Down” to the final ephemeral notes of “Will the Circle Be Unbroken.”
Dawes' live show remains the group’s true apotheosis: a rowdy, rollicking good time that wanders at will through their 10-year, 6-album career while retooling old favorites, debuting unheard tracks, and pulling the crowd together in anthemic sing-alongs. Check out our full collection of shots from the show.
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The Suitcase Junket may have welcomed more people into the studio, but live it’s still a solo affair—which isn’t to say he doesn’t get a little help. With a quick wit and wry smile, Lorenz pulls the crowd in and makes them as much a part of the performance as himself. Check out our full collection of shots from the show.