The Women of West Coast Country, Aerosmith, An East Nashville Christmas, Donnie Fritts and More: Inside This Week’s Music Section

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Queens of the Coast: CoMu's panel on the women of West Coast country reveals a hidden chapter of hillbilly history (“California Angels: Women of West Coast Country” panel Saturday, 15th at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum)

Dimensional Analysis: Hard-rock legends Aerosmith's 15th album may not be a hit, but it's a true return to form (Playing Thursday, 13th at Bridgestone Arena)

Baby, It’s Cold Outside: An East Nashville Christmas is a one-of-a-kind retro, rootsy holiday album dedicated to those without homes for the holidays (Album out now; shows Tuesday, 18th at The 5 Spot and Wednesday, 19th at Music City Roots at Loveless Cafe)

Just Another Funky Night: You have no idea who might show up at Donnie Fritts' Christmas show — just go (Playing Thursday, 13th at Douglas Corner)

In The Spin: Lee Fields and the Expressions with The Right Now and Magnolia Sons at Mercy Lounge

Plus Critics’ Picks on Nudity, Patterson Hood and the Downtown Rumblers, Scale Model with Hanzelle and Anchor Thieves, The Whigs, Andrew Peterson, Shana Falana, 8 off 8th featuring Nikki Lane, Natural Child, Birdcloud, Quichenight and more, Honey Locust and more

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