After it was cancelled last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic, work begins today to get Lower Broadway ready for the largest Fourth of July celebration in Nashville’s history.
Get the scoop on Let Freedom Sing! Music City July 4th in Downtown Nashville including the lineup, schedule, viewing spots for fireworks, the app, vacation packages and more.
Forty-four participants in the next class from 2021 to 22 will join the Leadership Nash with the goal of “strengthening Nashville through deep connections between proven leaders while experiencing a three-dimensional view of the city.”
Questlove’s Summer of Soul opens this week at the Belcourt and on Hulu.
Nashville Cable recognized 52 Middle Tennessee women, including two award winners, for inspiring leadership during the 2021 Nashville ATHENA Awards on Friday at Rocketown.
Nashville became the first city to name a street after a drag queen.
After a year off because of … well, you know, the popular Nashville Cocktail Festival will return in person Sept. 7 through 11 with a packed schedule of parties, tastings and educational seminars.
The bright horns and slapping bass of Dolly Parton’s “Sure Thing,” the disco harmonies of Conway Twitty’s “Night Fires,” and the swagger of Ronnie Milsap’s “Get It Up” all get their due on Country Funk Volume III (1975-1982), the latest installment of Light in the Attic Records’ compilation series.