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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including NowPlayingNashville, WKRN, The Indiana Gazette, Quad City Times, Fox News, Fox 17 Nashville, and The New York Times.
Kim and Kalee are new guest bloggers to NowPlayingNashville, and they put together a list of fun things to do at home to boost your mind, body & soul, including a Country Quaratunes Playlist to enjoy Nashville-vibes!
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including NowPlayingNashville, News Channel 5, Nashville Scene, KIRO 7, WKRN, KOB4, and Live For Live Music.
(UPDATED APRIL 7, 2020 AT 11AM) Tours across the country are being postponed and even cancelled. Many artists are choosing to brighten the world by performing live on their social media.
(UPDATED APRIL 7 AT 2:15PM) During this time of social distancing and caution, schools have been closed. Parent's and guardians alike are having to get very creative to fill their child's day with more than just television and playing outdoors.
A free live-streamed concert called Keep the Music Playing featuring Michael Ray, Aaron Tippin, T. Graham Brown, Austin Merrill, and Katie Austin will air live on Facebook tonight Wednesday, March 18 at 8/7c.
Gibson Gives - the charitable arm of Gibson USA - launched a Guitar Recovery Program providing immediate support and giving a guitar to any musician whose instrument was damaged or destroyed in the Tennessee tornado.
CJ Solar scored his first Top 10 hit, when his “Coming My Way” single peaked on the MusicRow Country Breakout Chart this week.
Kim and Kalee