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Behind the Songs with Sugar + The Hi-Lows

Sugar + the Hi-Lows—aka Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup—spill on two tracks from their new album, High Roller.

Posted on July 07, 2015 Sugar + the Hi-Lows—aka Trent Dabbs and Amy Stroup—spill on two tracks from their new album, High Roller. “Bees Left the Trees” Trent Dabbs: On the first track on the album, “Bees Left the Trees,” we’re talking about Music Row. There’s a little bit of a fun tongue-in-cheek happening from the get-go on this album. Amy Stroup: Think about the...

Top Doctors in Nashville: Kathryn Dahir, MD

More about the associate fellowship director at Vanderbilt University School of Medicine.

Posted on July 06, 2015 At first glance, one might think Dr. Kathryn Dahir has a fascination with bones. She did, after all, transition from an archaeology major in college to an endocrinologist specializing in bone disorders. It’s not the bones that fascinate her, however. It’s the science. “My research in metabolism is fascinating and really motivates me,” she explains. “I guess in that t...

DIY Summer Cocktails

While we won’t turn down a Southern sweet tea or chilly beer, we love these twists on summer favorites. As simple to make as they are pretty to serve, they’re a perfect addition to any gathering.

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Vibe Goo offers a new way to record music

A startup pairs musicians of all calibers with recording pros and studio space.

Posted on July 05, 2015 Shane Douglas is, like many in Nashville, that guitarist who likes to play, plays well, but doesn’t do it professionally. He’d never been in a position to record in a studio—until recently.
 
 Earlier this year, the commercial real estate broker heard about VibeGoo, a new business that uses a sharing-economy business model to match available studio space with musicians who ...