5 Concerts to Attend this Week

1Mary Chapin Carpenter & Shawn Colvin

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Wednesday, November 13, 7:30 p
Ryman Auditorium, 116 5th Avenue North, Nashville

Mary Chapin Carpenter and Shawn Colvin have been playing music for decades. The longtime friends will appear on stage together as an intimate acoustic duo, swapping songs and sharing stories, with the songwriters performing material from their vast catalogs as well as some of their favorite songs.

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2Bob Schneider with Caroline Story

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Thursday, November 14, 8 p
3rd and Lindsley, 818 3rd Avenue South, Nashville

One of Austin’s most celebrated musicians, Bob Schneider, released his 2018 album, “Blood and Bones” – his 7th studio album since his 2001 solo debut Lonelyland – via his Shockorama Records imprint. “Blood and Bones” captures Schneider at a unique, and distinct place.

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3India Arie with Nashville Symphony

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Thursday, November 14, 7:30 p
Schermerhorn Symphony Center, One Symphony Place, Nashville

Soulful singer-songwriter India.Arie makes her Music City orchestral debut as she joins the Nashville Symphony to perform selections from her remarkable career, from early favorites like “Video” and “Brown Skin,” to new material from her latest critically acclaimed release, Worthy. This four-time GRAMMY® winner is responsible for some of the most thought-provoking songs of her generation, with enduring messages of healing, love and compassion that have made her an inspiration to countless listeners.

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4Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume

Artist-Jackson Bruck and the Dukes of Hume

Friday, November 15, 9 p
The Basement, 1604 8th Avenue South, Nashville

We spoke to Jackson Bruck & The Dukes of Hume during Pilgrimage Festival this year. Watch our interview here. Jackson has a guitar in his hand and song lyrics in his head most every day and all day. His early musical tastes ranged from the Beatles to Credence Clearwater Revival to the singer/songwriter troubadours of the day setting the stage for his own songwriting and love of rock n’ roll.  After graduating from college in 2014, Bruck moved back home where he’s been performing locally.

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5Tiny Moving Parts

Thursday, November 14, 7:30 p
Exit/In, 2208 Elliston Place, Nashville

The Minnesota-based band just released their latest album breathe. In support of the latest album, they are on tour with a stop in Nashville this week. Joining them on stage will be Fredo Disco and Standards.

Tiny Moving Parts is Dylan Mattheisen (guitar/vocals), Matthew Chevalier (bass/vocals), and Billy Chevalier (drums).

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