Join us for this special performance by Luke Schneider, one of the musicians featured in Guitar Town: Picturing Performance Today. This performance will celebrate the release of his new EP, It Is Solved By Walking, his first new music since his 2020 album debut. A Dolby Atmos mix of the EP will be released the following day on streaming platforms. CDs and cassette tapes will be available for purchase at the show.

Musician and guitarist William Tyler will open for Schneider.

16:10 Now & Then‘s Mallies Food Truck will be parked at the Frist in the Turner Courtyard from 4:30–8:00 p.m. serving burgers, barbeque, nachos, loaded fries, and more! Proceeds from meals sold support 1610 programs and outreach and help the organization continue to provide food and assistance to those in need.

A cash bar will also be available.

Schneider recently shared his thoughts on a painting in Storied Strings: The Guitar in American Art.  Watch the video.

About Luke Schneider 

Luke Schneider is a pedal steel guitarist based in Nashville. An Ohio native, Schneider moved to Tennessee to go to college with dreams of becoming a folk-rock stylist. His debut solo LP Altar of Harmony is a collection of ambient compositions created entirely by pedal steel. His work continues the recent experimental elevation of the pedal-steel guitar with a winsome Southern grace. “When I sit down at the pedal steel, I am trying to thread the needle of this very specific emotion, feeling, and sound,” Schneider says. “I want to pull that into the physical world.” Schneider has performed with Natural Child, Margo Price, and Orville Peck.

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