Donna Summer was a girl from Boston with a voice from heaven. She shot through the stars from gospel choir to dance floor diva, but what the world didn’t know was how she risked it all to break through barriers, becoming the icon of an era and the inspiration for every music diva who followed.
Yearwood stepped up to encourage donations to Dottie’s Yard Fund at the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. Yearwood hosted a virtual fundraiser in White’s honor, pledging to match up to $10,000 in donations.
NMAAM opened its doors on Martin Luther King Jr. Day 2021. The museum’s roots go farther back with many Black leaders paving the way for its success.
It was through the writing process of Run, Rose, Run with Patterson that Parton was inspired to write, record and produce the companion album to the story.
In our annual Winter Arts Guide, we ask some of the city’s top artists what they’re most looking forward to. Plus, our critics assess the state of Nashville’s art scene and point toward the best art, theater, dance, film and literary events of the season.
Emery, known as “the dean of country music broadcasters,” began his career at small-market radio stations throughout Tennessee, eventually becoming the biggest television and radio personality in country music.
The Dallas-based juvenile justice diversion program plans to open its Nashville location this year. Café Momentum bills itself as “not a normal restaurant” — and that’s because, by design, many of its youth workers have been incarcerated.
Collin Raye may be known for his smash country music hits of the ’90s, but he also has a love for another genre: classic rock. Now, for the first time live in concert, Raye will tip his hat to the beloved musical era when he takes the stage at Nashville’s 3rd & Lindsley on Wednesday, January 26th with Collin Raye and The Riff Raff: A Salute to Classic Rock.
Some 100 teachers were able to extend their Christmas glee when they took part in a fun shopping spree sponsored by Smart Art + Craft Supplies in Donelson right after Christmas.
Under coach Mike Vrabel, they are 8-0 with nine or more days between games. This is the first time they get a break ahead of a postseason contest.
More than 1,000 people in one day made donations to a fundraiser for the owners of a beloved bakery. Sweet 16th Bakery at the corner of N. 16th Street and Ordway Place in East Nashville is owned by Dan and Ellen Einstein. Recently, 61-year-old Dan’s health declined. This week he was moved to hospice care.