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Potholes in my blog Discover new music. Type an artist or a keyword into the appropriate box. A web of related artists will be displayed. Double-click an artist to expand the web to similar artists. Click an artist to get the top-rated albums as rated by users on Last.FM. Music Roamer

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It's an October night in Music City, a Friday, in a gritty industrial no-man's-land between downtown and The Gulch. Two years ago, nobody but street people and strip-club habitués would have been found down here after dark. Tonight, though, outside a black brick building beside the railroad tracks, a line of eager music fans wraps around the block. The occasion is the Next Big Nashville festival. Jack White's Third Man Records tells the world: Your Music City is not dead | Cover Story Jack White's Third Man Records tells the world: Your Music City is not dead | Cover Story