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Brad Paisley raises a glass for frontline workers (Fort Worth Business Press)
Brad Paisley wants to raise a glass to friends, family and frontline workers in the middle of the global pandemic, so just send him a text.
Broadway on the Brink: A look at COVID-19’s impact on one of Music City’s most iconic spots (WKRN)
Nashville’s Lower Broadway district has been silent a little more than a month.
Make ‘Em Laugh; Barbershop Quartet performs together through app, entertains with parody songs (WSMV)
Four guys have each had their lives touched in very different ways by the pandemic. Their four stories are unified by a common goal. Make ’em laugh.
Pandora’s LISTEN IN Series This Week | April 22, 2020 (NowPlayingNashville)
Pandora’s Listen In is a new collection of artist-curated playlists, featuring songs that are soundtracking their lives during this unusual time, with commentary about their connection to the music, what’s inspiring them, keeping them busy, or helping them stay focused on the positive.
Musicians On Call spreads joy to patients virtually (Fox 17)
They say music is healing, and one non-profit takes that to heart. Musicians On Call has been visiting patients in hospitals for decades, brightening the mood. Now, they’ve had to change how they do things.
Frist Art Museum Presents Its First Online Exhibition ‘We Count: First-Time Voters’ (Broadway World Nashville)
The Frist Art Museum presents We Count: First-Time Voters, an online exhibition featuring the work of five local artists inspired by the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the 19th Amendment.
The Foxies Release New Single Anti Socialite (NowPlayingNashville)
The Nashville-based power trio, The Foxies, have released their new single “Anti Socialite,” an anthem for social exhaustion that will appear on their upcoming EP Growing Up Is Dead, due out May 29
On the Resilience of Nashville’s Restaurant Scene (Nashville Scene)
In that small sliver of space between the overwhelming urgency of Nashville’s tornado recovery efforts and the lonely, shuttered days of COVID-19, chef Margot McCormack managed to slip in a quick party.