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The Deli's SXSW Issue 2014 is online!

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P.S. 10k free copies of this issue hit the street of Austin during SXSW Music week!

Jon Worthy & The Bends release new album "Something's Gotta Give" on 06.28

Jon Worthy & The Bends have a busy summer ahead of them as they set out to promote their new album, Something's Gotta Give, which will drop on June 28th. The record features some sounds new to the band, including the violin, cello, and accordion; it gives Worthy & The Bends more of a folk -- if not a post-country -- feel. But the instrumentation rounds out the tunes and balances well with Worthy's powerful, emotional vocals. Worthy & The Bends will take Something's Gotta Give around the southeast and Midwest before making a quick pit stop along the Northeast Corridor in August. The band will also play a plethora of music festivals this year including Musikfest 2019 in Bethlehem, PA, The Rhythm and Brews Fest in Newport, KY, and The River Rat Festival in Gallipolis, OH. Take a listen to the most recent single from Something's Gotta Give, "Takin' My Time", below. - Will Sisskind


Pet Envy plays The 5 Spot on 06.29

Pet Envy have been called the most fun live band to come out of Nashville in years; they'll again expel their infectious energy into the world during a performance at The 5 Spot on June 29th. The band have kept their shows local for the most part throughout their existence, but they have a new anxiety-focused single called "Rerun" which channels that funky groove out to the rest of the world. Pet Envy will join forces with Arts Fishing Club, Bruns, and singer-songwriter Mark Fredson to provide a night full of excellent local music. Take a listen to "Rerun" below. - Will Sisskind


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Adia Victoria plays 3rd & Lindsley 06.23; tours with The National in July

The Deli Nashville wants to take a moment to check in with one of our favorite artists, Adia Victoria, who will perform at 3rd & Lindsley on June 23rd. The blues singer-songwriter announced at the beginning of June that she had received the Songwriters Hall of Fame's Holly Prize, an award named for Buddy Holly which "recognizes and supports a new all-in-one songwriter". Adia's show at 3rd & Lindsley falls right in the middle of her Dope Queen Tour, which will take her to Europe later this summer. She'll headline a few shows in the UK and in Germany, as well as open for The National while she's out there. Later this year, Adia will open for Calexico and Iron & Wine at several shows around Europe; these performances will grow her audience and give her scintillating Southern blues the attention it deserves. Take a listen to Adia's latest single, "Different Kind Of Love", below. - Will Sisskind


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