The reigning CMA Entertainer of the Year plans to kick off the Gather Again Tour on September 17th in Lexington, Kentucky. Each show will be played in the round with his stage at the center of the room.
In just four days, the owners of the historic Exit/In music venue have raised more than $138,000 in an effort to buy the building back from a developer.
One of the things that lifted my spirits during these two consecutive pandemic springs has been to drive, walk or ride up and down Inglewood’s Riverside Drive, watching the miles of winding road adorned with cherry blossom trees in bloom pop up like cotton candy sprouting from the ground.
With 10,000 caves, Tennessee is a must-stop spot for those looking to venture underground.
The Tennessee Performing Arts Center hopes to bring back the magic of live theatre after having to close its doors when the pandemic hit last year.
Country-Latin disruptors, Kat & Alex, have released two new songs today, “Heartbreak Tour” and “You and The Radio,” via Sony Music Nashville.
Jonathan Richman had it wrong: Pablo Picasso was an asshole, and people talk about it all the time. The curatorial statement for the Frist’s Picasso. Figures. exhibition begins with a question — “Was Pablo Picasso a misogynist?” — and quickly answers with a resounding affirmative.
Nashville’s newest stage had its the first performance by the now Grammy Winning Fisk Jubilee Singers on Wednesday afternoon. A group has sung at the auditorium since it opened in the late 1800s.