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View From The Bandwagon: Reflecting On That Time Nashville Became A Hockey Town

We were somewhere around Broadway…
There is a certain appeal associated with downtown Music City, USA. A charming mix of tourists and tour guides and musicians and a few locals who dare venture into the madness post 5pm Friday, Nashville caters to everyone.

It’s normal for there to be a crowd, lines even, to get into certain […]

By |June 23rd, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

This is a Mai Tai: The Most Mistreated and Underappreciated Cocktail Ever

The Mai Tai: a postmodern classic that was once the pinnacle drink of tiki culture long before it became a tourist trap. A booze-forward concoction dreamed up in the 1940s, this drink features warm, subtle notes of orange with the sweetness of almonds on the back end, and brightened with a heavy dose of lime. […]

By |June 25th, 2016|Libations|0 Comments

Quitting My Dream Job to Chase My Dream Job: Why I’m Leaving the Music Industry

What is the definition of a dream job? Is it financially rewarding? Morally rewarding? Somewhere in between? It’s a question we’re asked from the time we’re old enough to make sense of things: what do you want to be when you grow up?

Back in the summer of 2006, I decided to pack up my things […]

By |March 14th, 2016|Uncategorized|1 Comment

This, That and the Third: The Official Cocktail of Super Bowl 50

Okay, the headline is all clickbait. This isn’t the “official” cocktail of Super Bowl 50. But it is pretty damn tasty so I’m not sorry. The recipe is several paragraphs down, so if you’re not into reading words, just slide on down as you please.

Father Time is undefeated when it comes to taking down the […]

By |February 5th, 2016|Libations|4 Comments

Anthony Bourdain: Close To The Bone

I wasn’t sure what to expect. I wasn’t sure why my wife and I spent over $140—cheap seats in this circus—to see a man that’s neither a musician nor a an entertainer, not even so much as a comedian or inspirational talker. It’s not like he’s going to cook Nashville’s TPAC theatre, all 2,300 of […]

By |July 8th, 2015|Food|0 Comments

Old Fashioned: What’s In A Name? Subtitle: Don’t Kill the Classic

We use the word combo “old fashioned” to describe lots of things. Old-fashioned cars, old-fashioned diners, old-fashioned tools and so on. The terminology suggests something of the past. Something original. Something classic and, in its time, something prestigious.

You’ve likely seen it on drink menus too, usually under “classics”, as the recent craft cocktail trend in […]

By |June 1st, 2015|Libations|1 Comment