This July 26, 2012 photo shows Nashville rock band Turbo Fruits, from left, Matt Hearn, Jonas Stein, Dave McCowen and Kingsley Brock at Fanny’s House of Music in Nashville. A town regarded as the capital of country music, Nashville is becoming the nation's hottest rock 'n' roll scene with homegrown bands like Turbo Fruits. (Photo by Donn Jones/Invision/AP)

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This July 26, 2012 photo shows Nashville rock band Turbo Fruits, from left, Matt Hearn, Jonas Stein, Dave McCowen and Kingsley Brock at Fanny’s House of Music in Nashville. A town regarded as the capital of country music, Nashville is becoming the nation's hottest rock 'n' roll scene with homegrown bands like Turbo Fruits. (Photo by Donn Jones/Invision/AP)
This July 26, 2012 photo shows Nashville rock band Turbo Fruits, from left, Matt Hearn, Jonas Stein, Dave McCowen and Kingsley Brock at Fanny’s House of Music in Nashville. A town regarded as the capital of country music, Nashville is becoming the nation's hottest rock 'n' roll scene with homegrown bands like Turbo Fruits. (Photo by Donn Jones/Invision/AP)
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