Southern Girls Rock and Roll Camp, Sixpence None the Richer, Ledisi, Jaill, Snakehips and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section (and on the Cover)

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Rebel Girls: How the Southern Girls Rock and Roll Camp changed Middle Tennessee and helped jump-start an international movement

Everybody’s Doing It: Sixpence None the Richer blazed trails in the late '90s, but their new album proves they have no problem living in the now (Lost in Transition out Tuesday, 7th; playing Sunday, 12th at 3rd & Lindsley)

Summer in the City: The timeless R&B of Ledisi: the soundtrack for your August nights (Playing with Eric Benét Thursday, 2nd at Marathon Music Works)

Good Band From the Good Land: Milwaukee college rockers Jaill make their Nashville debut (Playing Tuesday, 7th at FooBar)

Memphis Trained: Snakehips makes politically tinged power pop for Tennessee and beyond (Playing Friday, 3rd at Exit/In)

In The Spin: Guided by Voices and Turbo Fruits at Marathon Music Works, Old Crow Medicine Show with BR549 at The Woods Amphitheater at Fontanel

Plus Critics’ Picks on Communion Night at The Basement, One Big Owl, Tennessee Mafia Jug Band, the Happy Tales Humane Benefit feat. Hank 3, Diarrhea Planet, the Quichenight album release, Brass Band of Nashville, the Readymade Films Launch, the Black 13 Tattoo anniversary, Poly’s record release, Chelsea Crowell, The Chris Crofton Show’s 100th taping and more

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