Trisha Yearwood Reveals Star-Studded Track List for ‘Every Girl’ Album (Sounds Like Nashville)
Marking Yearwood’s first full-length country record since 2007’s Heaven, Heartache and the Power of Love, the project will feature 14 new songs and includes collaborations with Kelly Clarkson, the Eagles’ Don Henley and Yearwood’s husband, Country Music Hall of Fame member Garth Brooks.
Nashville ‘Let Freedom Sing!’ sets new attendance record (Fox 17 Nashville)
This year’s event reportedly had a 343,000 attendance, according to the city.
First Saturday Art Crawl (Nashville Downtown Partnership)
Mark your calendar for the first Saturday of every month when art galleries throughout downtown host receptions and art openings! Over 1,000 people attend this very popular monthly event.
Board approves development plan for Nashville’s Music Row (The News & Observer)
A Tennessee planning board has approved a plan that will guide future development in Nashville’s historic music row district.
Cody Johnson is bridging the Texas-Nashville musical gap (ABC News)
Ever since Willie Nelson left Nashville in the early 1970s to return to Texas, there’s been a large chasm between the “red dirt” country artists working primarily in Texas and Oklahoma and the polished, radio friendly music being produced in Nashville.
American Pie singer Don McLean in Nashville (News 4)
He wrote the greatest song that most people can’t sing, eight minutes long, complicated and hard to remember, but everyone knows that famous verse.
The Drinking Issue 2019 (Nashville Scene)
From mead and absinthe to tiki drinks and even some nonalcoholic options, here’s what to sip this summer.
BWW Review: Fascinating MATILDA Brings Her Magic to Cumberland County Playhouse Through August 18 (Broadway World Nashville)
Matilda Wormwood is a fascinating character: Creative and talented, she’s inquisitive and positively brilliant, telekinetic and gifted – and despite her rather questionable upbringing (her father’s a boorish oaf who refuses to acknowledge she’s not a “he;” her mother is a loud-mouthed, overly made-up harridan who’d prefer a paso doble with her ballroom dance partner Rudolpho; and her brother is best described as a dullard who’s been mollified his whole life by whatever happens to be on the telly) and the harsh realities of her life – she manages to remain upbeat and optimistic, the way we want our spunky and plucky literary heroines to be.