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B-Sides (Music & Other Ephemera)

4SL
goes country
The
2008 Miller Lite Hot Country Nights series at Fourth Street Live!
runs June 4-Aug. 6. All concerts are free and begin at 7:30 p.m. The
lineup includes:
Tracy
Lawrence
Tracy
Lawrence keeps his family and friends close. For his single, “Find
Out Who Your Friends Are,” Lawrence found himself in good company
with Kenny Chesney and Tim McGraw. June 4
Eric
Church

North
Carolina native Eric Church’s new album, Carolina,
is due out this fall. The album follows Sinners
Like Me,
a deep, wide-sweeping concoction of country tunes that emphasize the
craft, not necessarily the flash of country music. July 2
Luke
Bryan
Born
Thomas Luther Bryan in Leesburg, Ga., Luke Bryan’s father forced
him to move to Nashville, where he signed a publishing deal. His new
album, I’ll
Stay Me,
was released last year on EMI. Aug. 6
Keel
over
World-renowned
flatpicking guitarist Larry
Keel
and his band, Natural
Bridge,
land Friday at the Hideaway Saloon (1607 Bardstown Road, 485-0114).
Keel and his wife, Jenny, recently appeared at Delfest with Keller
Williams as Keller & the Keels, sharing stages with Railroad
Earth, Sam Bush and David Grisman. Tickets are on sale now and are
$10 (advance), $12 (door). Alanna Fugate opens. Showtime is 11 p.m.

Give
into your Urges
Evil
Urges,
the hotly anticipated fifth album from My
Morning Jacket,
gets a proper listening this Saturday, hosted by local music blog 37
Flood. The event starts at 9 p.m. at Vernon Lanes (1575 Story Ave.,
584-8460). Visit 37flood.blogspot.com.
LEO
Music ’Cast
This
week, Teneia
Sanders
joins us in the LEO offices. Check is out at
leomusiccast.podbean.com.

Mat
Herron is LEO’s Music Editor, and does not wear leather chaps.
Contact him at mherron@leoweekly.com