The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Keith Urban Announces 2018 Graffiti U World Tour, New Album (Rolling Stone)
Superstar entertainer preps for 58-date trek with surprise show at Nashville’s Exit/In
Metro Arts Commission turns 40, rolls out series of celebratory events (The Tennessean)
The Metro Arts Commission will celebrate its 40th anniversary this year with projects that will put more artwork in public spaces across Nashville.
Winter Arts Preview (Nashville Scene)
Highlighting some of the winter’s best upcoming arts events, including visual art exhibits, theater productions, films, concerts and more
Nashville Ballet Premieres Holocaust & Humanity Project (Broadway World Nashville)
Nashville Ballet will premiere Light / The Holocaust & Humanity Project this February, an internationally acclaimed contemporary ballet that journeys through one of history’s darkest hours to ultimately shine a spotlight on the triumph of the human spirit.
Enjoy stimulating Conversations at OZ! (Nashville Pride)
Conversations at OZ is an evening of cocktails, dinner and dialogue with some of Nashville’s most interesting leaders.
The Layers of Robert Schoolfield (Nashville Arts Magazine)
Robert Schoolfield: The Layers of Up & Down, will be the first in a year of month-long exhibitions by the selected artists.
Meet the cast of ‘Music City,’ Nashville’s new reality TV show (The Tennessean)
CMT’s new reality TV show is from the creator of MTV’s “The Hills” and Laguna Beach,” and follows five young Nashville residents as they chase “dreams of success, fame and romance.”
Kenny Chesney Signs With Warner Music Nashville (CMT)
Kenny Chesney has left his label home for more than 20 years and signed a new recording contract with Warner Music Nashville under the imprint Blue Chair/Warner Bros.