The Kingston Springs

Musicians Corner Announces Spring Schedule

Now that the weather seems to be warming up and the mud is turning back into dirt, Musicians Corner have announced their spring schedule. Taking place in Centennial Park and beginning May 4th, food trucks and music will take over the lawn in the park every Saturday afternoon throughout the duration of May and June.

As of now, Ruby Amanfu, Ravello, The Kingston Springs, The Delta Saints, Alanna Royale, Matt Wertz, and more are scheduled to fill your (hopefully!) sunny Saturdays with an excuse to attempt a tan while supporting local music. Additionally, the event is free.

If you'd like to get a head start on planning your weekends, the full schedule can be found here.

   

The Kingston Springs Self-Titled Debut Album Available Today

Released today at a local or technological record store near you, the much-anticipated, self-titled debut from the The Kingston Springs is a truly indie, bass-heavy explosion of stereotype-defying rock music. The Kingston Springs successfully fuses punk and Americana by combining twangy harmonies and blues-y riffs with fuzzy guitars and a drummer who likes to play fast and hard. The lyrics create a sense of angsty romance, accessorized occasionally by a harmonica solo or a soulful guitar riff.

Following a set at the Starry Nights Festival in Bowling Green, Kentucky this weekend, The Kingston Springs have returned to Nashville just in time to see their album released to the masses. In keeping with the band's typical, hectic cadence, you can hear them play the 615 Show tonight on Lightning 100, you can see them live on Thursday at Live On the Green, and you can (and should) also buy and stream The Kingston Springs over on Bandcamp. – Brianne Turner

   

The Kingston Springs' "Lover"

The Kingston Springs make The Deli all warm and fuzzy inside, and so does this video for new song "Lover," filmed in the hot and sandy Arizona desert. TKS will be playing 12th and Porter May 26 with Sol Cat and The Bridges.