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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Titans’ 20th season in Tennessee features new-look uniforms, helmets (ESPN)
t felt like much of Nashville was behind the Tennessee Titans on Wednesday night as several players — past and present — led by quarterback Marcus Mariota unveiled the team’s new uniforms.
Lady Antebellum to headline Fourth of July concert (The Tennessean)
Country-pop trio Lady Antebellum will headline the free July 4 concert in downtown Nashville, the Convention and Visitors Corp. announced on Thursday.
Trio of songwriting greats open Tin Pan South at The Bluebird (NowPlayingNashville)
Nashville songwriting legends Al Anderson, Sharon Vaughn and Mike Reid opened the Tin Pan South at The Bluebird Cafe on Tuesday night.
The Frist Changes Its Name, Hoping To Lure More Visitors As An ‘Art Museum’ (Nashville Public Radio)
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts in Nashville has officially changed its name. While the re-branding is subtle, the museum hopes the shift will bring more visitors inside.
Beard On Books | April 2018 Nashville Literary Happenings (NowPlayingNashville)
Each month, East Side Story proprietor Chuck Beard offers up a survey of Nashville literary events he’s looking forward to, including author events, numerous open mic nights, East Side Storytellin’, and more.
Looks From Nashville Fashion Week’s Designer Showcase (Nashville Scene)
See what six local designers showed off last night at OZ Arts Nashville
Predators win Presidents’ Trophy, Central Division, Western Conference in resilient victory against Capitals (The Tennessean)
In a season filled with franchise firsts, the Predators achieved three more Thursday. By defeating the Washington Capitals 4-3, they clinched the first Central Division and Western Conference regular-season titles in team history.
Lipscomb University Theatre Unveils 2018-19 Season with TARTUFFE, GODSPELL and more (Broadway World Nashville)
Lipscomb University Theatre has only just announced its 2018-19 season and Beki Baker, chair of the Lipscomb University theatre department, says student response already has shown “an overwhelming amount of excitement.”
“Free the Carousel Nashville” Looks to Return Art to Operation (Nashville Arts Magazine)
Hidden away in the storage facility of the Tennessee State Museum there lies one of the most unique and substantial pieces of art ever to pay homage to the Volunteer State.