The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Apple Plans for Nashville Expansion as Jay Liepis Moves to Music City (Billboard)
The longtime staffer will lead a team dedicated to being more involved with artists, managers, songwriters and the label community at large.
TPAC Announces 2019-2019 Season (NowPlayingNashville)
The 2018-2019 Broadaway Series at TPAC with special add-ons have been announced. View the full lineup that includes Hamilton for 2019 -2020 series.
Historically Black North Nashville Is Creating Cultural Spaces That Matter (Nashville Scene)
With the Norf Art Collective and the Jefferson Street Art Crawl, there’s magic on Jefferson Street
Nashville Mayor Briley, Winnipeg Mayor Bowman agree to Predators-Jets bet (The Tennessean)
The Nashville Predators and Winnipeg Jets don’t play until Friday night, but the mayors of each city are getting a head start on the action.
30,000 Runners To Descend On Music City (News Channel 5)
Music City has been preparing for 30,000 runners to line up on Broadway and kick off the Rock ’n’ Roll Marathon!
Tennessee Craft Fair Advances the State’s Handmade Traditions (Nashville Arts Magazines)
The Annual Spring Tennessee Craft Fair, entering its 47th rendition from May 4 to 6, is a chance for craft makers and lovers statewide to gather in Centennial Park and celebrate their shared affection for the handmade, as well as a vital economic moment that keeps these crafts in production.
Nashville’s jazz scene will come together at this all-star concert (The Tennessean)
In the group’s 20-plus year history, the members of the Nashville Jazz Orchestra have tackled all kinds of tunes and jammed with every music star under the sun, from Tony Bennett to Paul McCartney and Aretha Franklin.
Jefferson Street Art Crawl returns this weekend (Nashville Pride)
The Jefferson Street Art Crawl is back, on Saturday, April 28, 2018, with most venues open from 6:00 – 9:00 pm. A tradition since 2016, the Jefferson Street Art Crawl is a vibrant addition and essential part of the Nashville art scene.