After two years shuttered by the pandemic, the Country Music Association released its lineup for this year’s CMA Fest. The music festival will return June 9-12. Outdoor daytime stages are free and open to the public.
Country music has always been Black music. That’s the idea that a new documentary called For Love & Country explores.
Casting has been announced for the world premiere of the highly-anticipated May We All: A New Country Musical.
Nashville SC is less than three weeks away from opening up its new stadium. On Tuesday, the club held a “soft open” by inviting 3,500 fans and media members to witness the team’s first practice at their new home.
Yanira Vissepo merges traditional with new, utilizing Japanese mokuhanga printmaking as the translator when creating free form tapestries, block printed textiles, soft sculptures, and works on paper.
The 51st Annual Spring Tennessee Craft Fair returns to Nashville’s Centennial Park on May 6-8.
Mark your calendars for Tuesday, May 10, when five acclaimed local restaurants will offer special three-course dinners as part of the annual Generous Helpings fundraising event for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee.
In October 2021, a statue was unveiled on the Franklin town square that would be considered by many to be the most significant piece of public art in Williamson County. It depicts a United States Colored Troops soldier that was sculpted by Joe Howard, a Black artist from Ohio.
Americana Music Association has announced the first 89 of hundreds of acts slated to perform at their annual AMERICANAFEST, which runs from September 13-17 in Nashville, TN. Declared “the coolest music scene today” by The New York Times, the five-day festival and conference event will bring together award-winning legends, trailblazing mainstays and buzz-worthy new artists for its 22nd year.
Jack White released his first of two new albums this year, FEAR OF THE DAWN, available everywhere now via Third Man Records. The album features singles “Taking Me Back,” “Hi-De-Ho (w/ Q-Tip),” “What’s the Trick?” and title track “Fear of The Dawn.”
The Nonprofit Times released its list of Best Nonprofits to Work For for 2022, and Nashville-based Musicians On Call (MOC) ranked third overall among the top 50 organizations included.