The Features on Last Call; Dave Stewart and Karen Elson's 'Nashville Snow'; Sara Beth Go and Sean Williams Duet [Vidsy Bits]



* Well, as we noted yesterday via tweet, Last Call With Carson Daly filmed one of Glossary's SXSW performances, and that aired on last night's episode. I've come to find today, however, that LCWCD takes somewhere in the neighborhood of a month (sometimes more) to post episode clips online, so if you missed the show last night and don't do the DVR thing, you may just be shit out of luck for a minute. Except! You see, fellow Murfreesboro-bred rock 'n' rollers The Features appeared on an episode of Last Call back in December, and those performances just now hit the Web. See the boys doing "Temporary Blues" at The Troubadour above, and check out "Golden Comb" and "Big Mama Gonna Whip Us Good" after the jump. (Hat-tip to contributor Stephen "Goose" Trageser on those links.)

* Dave Stewart, as you surely are aware, is known not only as one-half of Eurhythmics, but also as a noted producer (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Mick Jagger, Ringo Starr, Joss Stone, more) and solo artist. Well, Stewart has been working on his forthcoming record, Lucky Numbers, at the renowned Blackbird Studio here in Nashville, and he recently tracked a tune with model and musician Karen Elson (coincidentally, last week's Scene cover girl). You can hear the song, titled "Nashville Snow," and see some footage of the pair in the studio after the jump.

* And finally, local songbird Sara Beth Geoghegan (who's taken to going by "Sara Beth Go" lately, and really, can you blame her?) has started a little video series called "Dining Room Duets," which will feature ... well, I think you can figure that part out. In the first installment — much like when Sara Beth teamed up with The Nobility frontman Sean Williams to cover "All I Have To Do Is Dream" — SBG sat down with Williams for a rendition of the vocal-pop classic "Tonight You Belong to Me" (also done by such purveyors of cutesy-poo as Zooey Deschanel and Ben Schwartz and Steve Martin and Bernadette Peters). Peep that one after the jump as well.

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