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Dierks Bentley’s Faux Band Hot Country Knights Signs Real Record Deal (Rolling Stone)
Nineties country music nostalgia has reached its peak with the announcement that Hot Country Knights, a faux band fronted by a costumed Dierks Bentley, has signed a record deal with Universal Music Group’s Nashville division.
“The Song – Recorded Live @ TGL Farms” TV Series Launches in Nashville (NowPlayingNashville)
Locally-Produced show, The Song – Recorded Live @ TGL Farms, will feature CeeLo, All-4-One, Rome Ramirez Featuring Dirty Heads, Rick Springfield, Big & Rich, Don McLean, Gretchen Wilson, Travis Tritt and other top acts.
Nashville New Year’s Eve: Keith Urban and Stevie Nicks lead a record-breaking party (Tennessean)
With the help of a few noisemaking friends — a few hundred thousand onlookers — Keith Urban roared with Nashville into a new decade.
Here’s a Slew of Releases by Nashville Artists to Look For in 2020 (Nashville Scene)
As the new year begins, there’s already a wealth of exciting information about new music from local artists and labels.
Cornerback Adoree Jackson closes in on returning for Titans (WKRN)
A banged up Tennessee Titans secondary got some good news this week with Adoree Jackson listed as a full participant in practice Tuesday and Wednesday.
Nashville Scene Hot Chicken Week Returns (Nashville Scene)
It’s fixin’ to get hot as cluck up in here!
BWW Readers Name The Musicals That Should Be Revived In The 2020s! (Broadway World Nashville)
We asked, and you answered! With the 2010s coming to a close, we asked BroadwayWorld readers to name the revivals that they’d like to see in the new decade.
Old Crow Medicine Show Part Ways With Founding Member Critter Fuqua (Rolling Stone)
Country string band’s New Year’s Eve gig was a celebration of the singer-banjoist, who says, “Leaving Old Crow is one of the hardest decisions I have ever had to make”
Folk & Traditional Arts Master Artist Fellowships: Deadline Approaching (Tennessee Arts Commission)
The Folk & Traditional Arts Master Artist Fellowships recognize master folk and traditional artists from Central Appalachian counties in Kentucky, North Carolina and Tennessee who have demonstrated long-term practice and expertise of their art form or cultural practice.