All in the Family: September 2016

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All in the Family, Out & About Nashville’s monthly events and entertainment column, spotlights performances, productions and presentations by (inter)nationally recognized artists in our LGBTQ family.  September is bursting at the seams with grrrl-powered Americana and rock ‘n’ roll sets.  Here are the highlights:


9/7, 9/14, 9/21 & 9/28Amelia White plays The 5 Spot

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Amelia White will gig at The 5 Spot on Wednesdays during a month-long residency.


9/12Mary Gauthier plays “The Science of Song” Music, Mind, & Society Annual Symposium

Acclaimed Americana singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier will serve in the symposium’s songwriters-in-the-round segment – co-sponsored by American Foundation for Music and Science – along with Darden Smith and James House.


9/14The Kills play Marathon Music Works

Indie rock frontwoman Alison Mosshart will slay with her band at MMW.


9/19Joan Jett & The Blackhearts play Ascend Amphitheater

Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Joan Jett will thrill with her band The Blackhearts, as will Heart and Cheap Trick.


9/22Indigo Girls play Cannery Ballroom

Iconic folk/rock duo the Indigo Girls will make an appearance at AmericanaFest with a performance at the Cannery.


9/23 – Sonia Leigh plays The Basement East

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Sonia Leigh will make her mark at this year’s AmericanaFest with a set at TBE.


9/23Amelia White plays 12th & Porter

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Amelia White will participate in AmericanaFest 2016 with a happy hour slot at 12&P.


9/25Amelia White plays Bobby’s Idle Hour

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Amelia White will take part in the 2003 Miles: LA/Nashville Music Collective event at Bobby’s.


9/29Three Women and the Truth plays City Winery

Acclaimed Americana singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier will share her stellar storytelling at the Winery alongside Eliza Gilkyson and Gretchen Peters.


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