JIM CARUSO’S CAST PARTY to Make Nashville Debut (Broadway World Nashville)
The “extreme open mic,” hosted by Caruso and accompanied by Billy Stritch, will take place at The Franklin Theatre.
Queen (and Adam Lambert) are the champions at Nashville concert (Tennessean)
It’s been 49 years since Queen first took the stage. More than 20 since their last hit song.
Artober Nashville to feature Cassidy Cole’s ‘Amalfi Wind’ (Brentwood Home Page)
Artober Nashville, a program hosted by NowPlayingNashville.com at The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee, will spotlight a young Nashville artist and her work to kick off the annual month-long celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee, according to a release.
A New Exhibition at the Frist Shows That North Nashville Contains Multitudes (Nashville Scene)
Despite being the frequent site of systemic injustice, North Nashville has long been an area of transformational change. The students who led the Nashville civil rights movement were educated in the area’s four historically black colleges and universities, and trained in nonviolence in the neighborhood’s church basements.
Where are all the women in country music? At 2019 CMA Awards, they’ll be hosting (Los Angeles Times)
The Country Music Assn. has a big reveal planned for this year’s CMA Awards show in Nashville: Women make country music too.
Hotel Indigo Presents ‘Channeling Vegan’ Dinner (Nashville Scene)
They say “write what you know,” but when have I ever listened to what “they” say? So this avowed carnivore is going to tell you about a vegan dinner coming up on Friday, Aug. 23, from 6 to 10 p.m. at the Hotel Indigo downtown, off Printers Alley at 301 Union St.
GLOW Nashville Christmas festival promises to deliver ‘Brightest Christmas Experience’ (WSMV)
A new Christmas festival is coming to town and promises to give Nashvillians 36 magical nights of ‘glowing’ holiday magic. GLOW Nashville is coming to First Tennessee Park starting Friday, November 22 and running through Tuesday, December 31.
Review: Vince Gill straddles middle of the road on ‘Okie’ (Citizen Tribune)
The singing centrist from Oklahoma creates a coffee house vibe on his 12-song set, with tempos that are never swift and playing that’s always polite.