The Nashville Fringe Festival exists to celebrate the diversity of Nashville artists, and to honor the legends among us who enrich our city and inspire our lives.
This month we are proud to help present a new audio/video series produced by Cold Lunch Records. "From East Nashville, TN, Cold Lunch Recordings presents 'Live at Josh's House', a live video series featuring local artists and creatives filmed at...um...Josh's house." The first two episodes are now streaming: Ep. 1 showcasing Heaven Honey and Ep. 2 featuring Harpooner.
Tonight is a special night, marking the opening of a new exhibit from friend of the Fringe Ashley Mintz. Per Vanderbilt's Evan Curran, "In the exhibit, Mintz abstractly explores important societal themes, all through the lens of demonstrating the resilience to keep going despite adversity. These themes have taken on new significance as our society grapples with a legacy of racial injustice and oppression underscored by a global pandemic that has disproportionately affected communities of color." The exhibit opening is from 5-7pm tonight (Feb 1) which includes a gallery talk at 6pm. Click here to purchase tickets to this online event.
For one final recommendation this month, we'd like to turn your attention to this unique new release from Cory Taylor Cox, titled Queen of the Valley. For the physical release, Cox is issuing a transparent square-shaped lathe-cut 7" record. Click through to listen or order your copy!