The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Bonnaroo: Eminem, the Killers, Muse Headline 2018 Festival (Rolling Stone)
Future, Bassnectar, Sturgill Simpson, Nile Rodgers & Chic, Sheryl Crow, Paramore and Khalid also on this year’s lineup
‘Cakewalk’? Titans don’t care about lack of respect vs. Patriots (ESPN)
Cinderella doesn’t exist in the NFL. These are grown men with elite talent who fought their way to the playoffs.
Nashville Artists Collaborate to Explore Race, Civil Rights and Social Justice (Nashville Public Radio)
Upon These Shoulders is about sharing stories across generations and building community.
Best of 2017 on NowPlayingNashville (NowPlayingNashville)
You viewed them the most in 2017, and we put them into a list. View the Best of 2017 Recaps on NowPlayingNashville.com.
Phantom Thread Is Daniel Day-Lewis’ Quiet, Exquisite Farewell (Nashville Scene)
Day-Lewis’ final collaboration with Paul Thomas Anderson opens Friday at the Belcourt
CEO hopes TPAC leaves theatre footprint in Nashville and beyond (WKRN)
Kathleen O’Brien is the woman behind TPAC’s new direction, and her vision for the performing arts center is a larger theater footprint in Nashville and beyond.
11 Nashville artists who could break out in 2018 (The Tennessean)
As we gear up for another momentous year in Music City, here are 11 acts we’ll be watching (and listening to) very closely.
Nashville Symphony Seeks Students for Music Education Initiative (The Tennessee Tribune)
The Nashville Symphony invites local students of diverse backgrounds to audition for Accelerando, its education initiative designed to prepare gifted young musicians from underrepresented ethnic communities for pursuing music at the collegiate level and beyond.
Frist Center’s Martin ArtQuest Gallery Makes Way for 21st Century Learning (Nashville Arts Magazine)
The Frist Center for the Visual Arts begins renovation of the Martin ArtQuest Gallery (MAQ) this month.