Image of the Week: Nashville Outlines' Map and Schedule ... and a Playlist


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As we've already noted a handful of times, The Stone Fox's free Nashville Outlines block party will go down tomorrow on Indiana Avenue. "Party of the summer," they say. Anyhow, there will be an indoor stage and an outdoor stage, and if you want to know what the set-up will be, have a look at the diagram above. Oh hey, I wrote a pick, too. It goes like this:

On Saturday, local watering hole The Stone Fox — which turns 1 year old next month — will throw what is arguably the biggest rock ’n’ roll party of the summer. The Foxers will close down Indiana Avenue at 51st Avenue North for an all-day block party with eats from Bang Candy Co. and The Grilled Cheeserie, bike tune-ups from the Oasis Center’s mobile bike workshop, a petting zoo courtesy of the folks at Fond Object Records (two goats and a pig!), and a dunk tank provided by Jack White’s very own Third Man Records (TMR’s Ben Swank and the Fox’s Elise Tyler have offered themselves up as dunkees, but we’re holding our breath for the White Stripe — or should we say “Wet Stripe”? — himself). All very enticing, to be sure, and we haven’t even gotten to the lineup yet. Performing on The Stone Fox stage and an outdoor stage will be 15 of Music City’s best rock acts. You’ve got blues-infused garage and psych rock from Clear Plastic Masks, D. Watusi, The Ettes, Ranch Ghost and Kin Ship. There’s Southern-edged pub rock and power-pop from Promised Land Sound and JP5, plus party-time rock ’n’ roll from Fly Golden Eagle and Ri¢hie, and pop of varying shapes and sizes from Bully, Tristen, Natalie Prass, Weekend Babes and James Wallace and the Naked Light. Headlining the whole affair will be hometown heroes, Infinity Cat/Warner Bros. recording artists and psychedelic siblings JEFF the Brotherhood. Outlines was initially set to have comedy writer, music video director and host of WFMU’s The Best Show, Tom Scharpling, MC the day’s festivities. Unfortunately, Scharpling has had to cancel his appearance due to unforeseen circumstances, though the rest of the event is still set to proceed as scheduled. A definite bummer, but good times will still be had.

See the schedule up there in the diagram, or pasted after the jump. And hear a mix featuring tunes by every artist playing Outlines also after the jump (you can download it via Mediafire here). But hurry, those links will expire after the show.

Garden Stage

1:15 p.m.: Weekend Babes

2 p.m.: Bully

2:45 p.m.: Kin Ship

3:30 p.m.: Promised Land Sound

4:15 p.m.: JP5

5 p.m.: James Wallace and the Naked Light

6 p.m.: Ranch Ghost

7 p.m.: D. Watusi

8 p.m.: The Ettes

9 p.m.: JEFF the Brotherhood

The Stone Fox Stage

6:30 p.m.: Tristen

7:30 p.m.: Clear Plastic Masks

8:30 p.m.: Ri¢hie

10 p.m.: Fly Golden Eagle

11 p.m.: Natalie Prass

Late night: Sparkle City DJs


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