National Pavement Expo, Jan. 24-26, 2013, Nashville
by Sarah J.F. BraleyJanuary 1, 2013
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On Monday and Thursday nights, John Beardsley channels Elvis Presley at the Troubador Theatre.
His show, "A Tribute to the King Through the Years," starts with some of the pioneering rocker's earliest works from 1953 and finishes in 1977, the year of Presley's death. Beardsley performs 30 songs in all and manages five costume changes during the evening. Strings attached.
An eclectic blend of items tempts shoppers at Fanny's House of Music
in East Nashville. The store sells new and used guitars, both acoustic and electric, from famous makers such as Fender, along with all manner of amplifiers and handmade ukuleles. Also tucked into corners are related tchotchkes and a small, well-chosen collection of vintage men's and women's clothing.
Make your own pancakes at the Pfunky Griddle,
where the cooking surface is built into the table and batter options include M&Ms, strawberries, chocolate chips, coconut flakes, mango and more. French toast and other favorites also are on the menu, as are lunch salads and sandwiches.
The Monterey Jazz Festival on Tour grooves into the Schermerhorn Symphony Center
on Jan. 25, led by Christian McBride (pictured).
Who, what and where:
Just about anything you need to know about events in town can be found at the Nashville Scene website,
including a comprehensive schedule of live music offerings.