Studio Tenn’s Elephant Man | Photography by MA2LA
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Nashville nabs Grammy gold (The Tennessean)
Nashville won big at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards in Los Angeles Sunday, as Music City-based artists racked up nearly 20 trophies and delivered some of the most memorable performances over the course of the recording industry’s biggest night.
Denied Realities (Nashville Arts Magazine)
While Exploring the Invisible Structures that Shape Society, Mary Mooney Confronts Beauty with Beauty
Ludacris to headline MTSU spring concert (The Tennessean)
Grammy-award winning rapper Ludacris will perform a free concert at MTSU’s Murphy Center on April 6.
The Arts Company Presents INTRODUCING TIFFANY OWNBEY (Broadway World)
The Arts Company presents Introducing Tiffany Ownbey, a new artist to the Nashville marketplace imagining new ways to present contemporary papier mache.
Studio Tenn: The Elephant Man (Nashville Arts Magazine)
Cultured, self-educated, human—words not often used to describe the stars of sideshow attractions in the 19th century, but such is the case for Joseph Merrick, known as the Elephant Man
Music City Word Beat: Nashville’s Most Popular Books, December 2016 and January 2017 (Nashville Scene)
Titles from Marie Kondo, J.K. Rowling and Congressman John Lewis stand tall
Sheryl Crow-themed successor to Mad Donna’s shutters unexpectedly (Nashville Business Journal)
Wylee’s Cafe & Bar, the Sheryl Crow-themed bar that replaced popular East Nashville brunch spot Mad Donna’s two months ago, appears to have closed as well.
Luke Bryan announces show at Bridgestone Arena (WKRN)
Country crooner Luke Bryan announced he’s playing a show in Nashville in May.