The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the Nashville web, including WPLN, NPR Music, Nashville Pride, Nashville Arts Magazine, Nashville Scene and The Tennessean.
Late Friday afternoon, performing with his band just south of downtown’s Music City Center, Childers ripped through a tight set of darkly brooding tales of hardscrabble toil and drug-fueled trouble with a capital T. At Union Station, Josh Ritter made the most of a short set in a grand lobby.
The Lumineers returned to their club roots in a packed Cannery Ballroom on Thursday Night.
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the Nashville web, including The New York Times, American Songwriter, Nashville Arts Magazine, Nashville Pride, Nashville Scene and The Tennessean.
The Annual Americana Music Honors and Awards Show at the Ryman Auditorium consistently highlights the best in contemporary American roots music, while always paying tribute to its progenitors.
AmericanaFest 2017 kicked off Tuesday night with a number of quality shows at various sites, none more star-studded than at The People Sing! concert at downtown’s War Memorial Auditorium.
With the weather perfect, the third week of Lightning 100's Live on the Green came close to breaking attendance records.
A night complete with chill, jam band vibes and a dance party in the rain. Read our recap from the Thursday, August 17 Live On the Green.
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