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Nashville Concerts in October 2014

Our selection of the best concerts in Nashville for the month of October 2014

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Andrew Jackson Hall: 21st - 26th October

A true New York City institution, Chicago is the tale deliciously brassy, pulse-racing tale of the Windy city during the Prohibition era, and the fascination with the black widows of Cook County Jail and the star power of infamy! More info

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Bridgestone Arena: 16th October

English rocker and all-round music legend Sir Paul McCartney embarks on his latest US tour! Famous as a solo artist, former Beatles member, and philanthropist, McCartney is a multi-talented musician with an enviable resume including playing the bass, acoustic and electric guitar, drums, keyboard and being a celebrated songwriter and producer to boot. More info

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James K Polk Theater: 18th October

For those who don't know, Evil Dead The MusicaL is a live stage show that takes all the elements of the cult classic horror films, Evil Dead 1, Evil Dead 2, and Army of Darkness then combines them to make one of the craziest theatrical experiences of all time. More info

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James K Polk Theater: 24th October

A sinfully funny night of interactive comedy - part stand-up routine, part comedy theater, and part catechism class where you're expected to participate! This hit show has taken its travelling Sisters around the USA spreading the good word about their very own blend of comedy and Catholicism. More info

Bridgestone Arena: 2nd - 5th October

Frozen is about family, sticking together through thick and thin and accepting who you are. Join Elsa and Anna, with all your favorites, including the hilarious Olaf, adorable Kristoff and his trusty reindeer Sven, this is to be an astonishing show, from the world-class talent that will be whizzing through the wintry wonderland, to the special effects that will transport you straight to Arendelle and beyond. This fall don't miss your chance to see Disney's breath-taking Frozen brought to life, on ice! More info

Bridgestone Arena: 15th October

Motley Crue are embarking on their last ever tour (they even made it legally binding against future, unauthorized tours!), celebrating 30 years as the "bad boys of rock 'n'roll" before retiring officially and finally, in 2015. And joining them on this epic odyssey is Alice Cooper, arguably the man who kicked off an entire genre of bad boy rock. More info

Marathon Music Works: 21st October

As front man of the Strokes and a successful solo singer, Julian Casablancas may just be the coolest man in music right now. Now heading out with the mysterious Voidz ahead of the release of new album Tyranny in September, catch the elusive musician on tour this summer! More info

Schermerhorn Symphony Center: 19th October

These hard rocking Midwesterners are the stuff of legend! Formed in 1967, the Illinois raised rockers found incredible success in the 1970's, beginning in a scene that included STYX, Chicago and Cheap Trick, they quickly went on to reach chart topping heights with their 1980 album 'Hi Infidelity', which became the soundtrack of a generation, and further spawned the emotional rock ballad 'I Can't Fight This Feeling.' More info

Marathon Music Works: 6th October

After a five year hiatus, Paolo Nutini is back with his third record, Caustic Love, featuring a ramped-up funk sound that takes him from love-lorn balladeer to genuine R&B genius. Since his mainstream breakthrough These Streets (featuring single Jenny Don't Be Hasty) in 2006 aged 18, Paolo's unique growl of a voice has taken his native UK by storm and is instantly recognisable, winning him support gigs with The Rolling Stones and the late Amy Winehouse before he was 25. Now he's crossing the pond to headline a fall tour that promises to showcase his new and critically acclaimed album. More info

Marathon Music Works: 8th October

The New Jersey punk rockers are touring their latest record, Get Hurt, that retains their unmistakable Springsteen influences but also pushes in the direction of early 90s Grunge. It contains the rollicking tracks Rollin' and Tumblin and Stay Vicious. More info

War Memorial Auditorium: 8th October

The awesome Erasure, the go to synthpop duo of the last 30 years, release their 16th studio album this fall, The Violet Flame, and are taking to the road to tour the US with their signature brand of uplifting and euphoric melodic pop and of course, masses of glitter! More info

Ryman Auditorium: 21st - 22nd October

Chicago based WILCO perform live in concert. Don't miss Jeff Tweedy and the band with their fantastic live stage performance. More info

Grand Ole Opry House: 2nd - 1st January

The show that made country music famous features the new stars, superstars, and legends of country music in each performance. At the Opry, you can count on things happening you just can't see anywhere else. Catch the Opry at the Grand Ole Opry House February - October. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 29th October

One of the biggest names in modern alternative country, Swedish sisters Johanna and Klara Soderberg's fascination with the genre began when they were still in school. They're touring in support of their latest record Stay Gold, a collection of shimmering melodies and gorgeous harmonies that includes the tracks My Silver Lining and Cedar Park. More info

Ryman Auditorium: 10th - 11th October

Certified country music legend Loretta Lynn has enjoyed quite a renaissance in the past decade. It began with 2004's album Van Lear Rose, which was produced by and heavily featured the unmistakable guitar tones of Jack White, whose involvement in the project brought the veteran to the attention of a whole new audience. More info

Bridgestone Arena: 10th October

Casting Crowns is a Grammy Award and Dove Award winning contemporary Christian rock band which was started in 1999 as part of a youth group but the band's popularity has now extended far beyond the reaches of their home town. This 2014 tour sees them joined by Mandisa and Sidewalk Prophets! More info

Ryman Auditorium: 7th October

Most people first heard Sam Smith's unmistakable vocals on Naughty Dog's La La La, the electronic earworm which shot straight to the top of the UK Singles chart and cracked the Billboard Hot 100 Top 20 in 2013. Now the Londoner is hitting the US on a tour in support of debut album In the Lonely hour. More info

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