Rocketown, Raekwon, Willie Nelson's Country Throwdown, Marty Stuart's Late Night Jam and More: Inside This Week's Music Section



All Ages, Not All Bands: How the Christian principles governing Rocketown affect which bands can play there

Master Chef: After nearly two decades, Raekwon remains one of the best MCs in the game (Playing Thursday, 2nd at Exit/In)

Totally Organic: Willie's Country Throwdown is a crunchier experience (Friday, 3rd at The Woods at Fontanel)

Country Strong: Marty Stuart's ability to move between worlds makes his Late Night Jam a one-of-a-kind event (Wednesday, 8th at The Ryman)

Symphonic Serendipity: The Nashville Symphony Orchestra enjoys a glorious resurrection courtesy of Gustav Mahler (Nashville Symphony Orchestra Performing Mahler's Symphony No. 2 June 2-4 at Schermerhorn)

In The Spin: Nobody's Vault but Mine Third Man Records Fan Appreciation Event Night One at Mercy Lounge and Peach Kelli Pop, Heavy Cream, Diarrhea Planet and Fox Fun at Glenn Danzig's House

Plus Critics’ Picks on Michael Chapman, Phil Keaggy and William Tyler, Ian McLagan, Brian McKnight, Yvette, The Queers, Quichenight, Speakers and Sneakers, Times New Viking and Big Surr, Family Reunion feat. DJs Wick-It and Kidsmeal, Sarah Jarosz, Abigail Washburn and much more

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