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Today, we at CAS would like to celebrate All Hallows Eve with a little homegrown Music City fun, brought to you by Count Drizzle. The Count is the alter ego of Nashville business owner, Matt Eddmenson, who has donned his cape and fangs the past several Octobers to raise Hell and drop fat beats.
Co owner alongside his wife Carrie, of the custom denim company Imogene + Willie, Eddmenson and company have developed a reputation across the Southeast and beyond of being purveyors of artisan craft, making a product that proudly represents the artistic spirit and southern heritage. It is a reputation that extends far beyond their professional abilities as they have often opened up their retail space to provide a creative stage to local artists and musicians, which gets them ‘thumbs up’ in our book. So here’s to killer threads and a howlin’ Halloween! Take it away Drizz…
Count Drizzle- ‘Chickn Wang’
From St. Louis, MO, Pretty Little Empire could best be described as an americana folk rock band, but since they began playing together in the fall of 2008, they have cultivated a sound that has revealed a complexity and maturity that extends beyond typical genre parameters. Since forming the band in the fall of 2008, they have recorded two full-length albums. Their second and most recent full-length album, Reasons and Rooms garnered the band a good bit of local attention. They have spent the last couple of years touring across the midwest, east coast and beyond, and are currently working on recording their third full-length album.
Check out their song, Something More below. If you like what you hear, you can listen to the Pretty Little Empire’s entire second album, Reasons and Rooms at their Bandcamp page.
Don’t miss your chance to see Radiation City, Brave Baby and Commitment Bells tonight at The Elberta House! Here is another taste of what is to come at tonight’s show.
Radiation City- ‘Foreign Bodies’
Tonight we have the distinct privilege of presenting the tour kickoff for our friends Krist and Sarah in East Nashville for what will surely be the most ‘punk’ Cause A Scene show to date. We’ve been big fans of their music for some time now and can’t wait to see what they have in store for us tonight. Come out to The Owl Farm (811 Dickerson, Unit 1, Nashville, TN 37027) for the show. Music starts at 8:00. The show is free, but we encourage a $5-$10 donation to help the artists as they begin their tour. Hope to see you all there!