In its 50th year of operation, Exit/In has served as a popular concert destination for Music City, hosting national touring acts including Talking Heads, R.E.M., and Lucinda Williams, as well as homegrown artists from the city’s country, rock, and Americana scenes — Luke Combs played their early in his career.
Emmy-nominated documentary shows Cameron High School’s role in the civil rights movement.
Artists are coming together to help a Nashville-based organization help raise money for musicians in need of healthcare.
Amythyst Kiah — who Rolling Stone calls “one of Americana’s great up-and-coming secrets” — releases a radically reimagined version of “Black Myself,” the GRAMMY-nominated song she originally recorded in 2019 with Our Native Daughters (the group includes Amythyst, Rhiannon Giddens, Leyla McCalla and Allison Russell).
For the second year in a row, the Academy of Country Music Awards will be broadcast live from the stages of three of Nashville’s most iconic music venues – the Grand Ole Opry House, the Ryman Auditorium and the Bluebird Cafe.
Hot or cold, hard or soft, here are seven of the best winter-weather drinks in Nashville now
As his neighbors sledded by in East Nashville Wednesday evening, musician Nicholas Gold decided to enjoy the snow in a unique way by playing “The Swan” by Saint-Saens.
Chicago-based slide guitar virtuoso and singer-songwriter, Joanna Connor, who is best known as one of the reigning Queens of blues-rock guitar, releases her 14th album 4801 South Indiana Avenue on Joe Bonamassa’s new independent blues record label Keeping The Blues Alive on February 26, 2021. The new album, the follow up to her critically acclaimed studio album Rise, was produced by Joe Bonamassa and Josh Smith at Ocean Way Recording Studios in Nashville, Tennessee.