Local guitarist Baker releases three-song EP
Local guitarist Kellen Baker (Uncle Muscle, Namen Namen, The B45’s) has just released a three-song EP titled Super-Mega-Maxi Single #1.
The talented Baker wrote, recorded, and played all the instruments on the EP. This all took place in his basement with a basic iPhone and SM57 and SM58 microphone setup.
One of the tracks featured on the new release is “The Devil’s Sandwich.” According to Baker, “It’s an ode to the classic, unforgettable, unbeatable, Smuckers Uncrustables. Possibly the all-time greatest feat in sandwich engineering. I would definitely fight the devil for that one.”
See, you don’t have to have a dog run away or a woman break your heart for something to write about.
The EP is available on all major streaming platforms.
After speaking to Baker, I get the hunch we will be seeing more tracks released in the near future.
Connor’s Ready for 2021
Conner’s Rooftop Bar is ready to help you wipe the slate clean and start fresh with 2021.
On Thursday, Dec. 31, at 8 p.m., come celebrate New Year’s Eve seven stories up and enjoy small bites, shareable plates, champagne toast, and beats by DJ Dap One. Masks, social distancing, and current CDC guidelines will be strictly enforced. Tickets for the New Year’s celebration are available now through Eventbrite.
Struggle Jennings in Town
The new Rockstar Lounge is welcoming its second show on Thursday, Dec. 17, at 7:30 p.m.
Nashville artist country rapper Struggle Jennings is the grandson of country musician Jessi Colter, the step-grandson of Waylon Jennings, and the nephew of Shooter Jennings, from whom he adopted his stage name. Being a part of a long legacy like that, Jennings was destined to be an outlaw — to be exact, the godfather of the burgeoning outlaw hip-hop rock n’ roll movement.
Make sure to arrive on time that evening to catch openers Brianna Harness and Nuke Bushner. Tickets are on sale via TicketWeb for $20 general admission and $35 VIP.
If you have driven by Trubble Brewing lately, you probably noticed that it’s one of the latest establishments to add enclosed pods for outdoor seating.
Trubble Bubbles are equipped with miniature lights, portable heater, Bluetooth speaker, a rug, and seating for up to six people. The brewery also has cleaning protocols in place for the bubbles for everyone’s safety.
If you would like to reserve a Trubble Bubble, you can do so by going to trubblebrewing.com. Grab a blanket and your favorite playlist and have your own little hangout with friends.