The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including PopMatters.com, Patch.com, The Tennessean, Nashville Scene, Nashville Pride, and NowPlayingNashville.com.
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including The Tennessean, WTVF NewsChannel5, Nashville Business Journal, Nashville Arts magazine, Rolling Stone, and NowPlayingNashville.com.
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including Jazzy 88 radio, The Tennessean, Nashville Scene, Native magazine, Nashville Business Journal, and NowPlayingNashville.com.
Get the scoop on Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th in Downtown Nashville including the lineup, schedule, viewing spots for fireworks, the app, vacation packages and more.
Sunday at Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival. included highlights from the Grand Ole Opry, Future, Dua Lipa, Broken Social Scene, food scene, and the Bonnaroo Arch.
Rap star Future took Bonnaroo’s biggest stage in confident fashion Sunday night at Bonnaroo.
Soul band St. Paul and the Broken Bones took the That Tent stage at Bonnaroo Sunday night in rousing fashion, and if high-energy lead singer Paul Janeway acted like he’d been here before, it’s because he has.
Nashville band *repeat repeat brought its infectiously fun blend of garage rock and ‘60s pop to Bonnaroo's Who Stage late Sunday afternoon.
Nashville-based Parker Millsap, a versatile young guitarist and singer-songwriter, turned in a stellar performance with his band as the first post-thunderstorm act Sunday afternoon on the massive What Stage.
After the passing of the morning thunderstorm, American rising pop singer-songwriter Bazzi performed his first-ever festival at Bonnaroo's that Tent Sunday afternoon.
Mary Rae Bowers
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