New this week: 'Clickbait,' Sturgill Simpson and Addison Rae
This week’s new entertainment releases include a Sturgill Simpson's concept album called “The Ballad of Dood & Juanita” and TikTok star Addison Rae making her acting debut in a gender-flipped remake of the 1999 Freddie Prinze Jr and Rachael Leigh Cook teen comedy “She’s All That.”.
Nashville music club owners recall night the music died
In this March 3, 2020, file photo, a man walks by The Basement East, a live music venue, on March 3, 2020, after a tornado hit Nashville, Tenn. Could Basement East really be destroyed? As the virus raged on, the dream of once again packing Basement East full of music lovers seemed shakier than ever. Basement East first opened its doors in 2015, but it took nearly five years for the venue to turn a profit. “The magic of music,” Brown said.
Sturgill Simpson brings sound and fury to Detroit's Masonic Temple after spilling the tea about his record label
click to enlarge Reto SterchiHere atwe admittedly gloss over most country acts unless its, say, Willie, Shania, or literally any combination of the Dixie Chicks. However, thanks to last years rock n roll-steeped, Sturgill Simpson is officially an exception to our rock n rule. (Fun fact: Metro Detroit's own Bobby Emmett and Chuck Bartels are in Sturgill's band, and the record was recorded in the Detroit area. The 41-year-old artist also recently denounced his record label, Elektra Records. However, its pretty damn funny if you consider the film is about some liberal elitists who go after MAGA-loving middle America.metrotimes.com