Come out to Nashville’s Music City Jerk Festival on Saturday, July 9th from 12:30 PM – 8:30 PM at Walk of Fame Park (121 4th Avenue South Nashville, TN 37203). Enjoy the tantalizing flavors of authentic Island cuisine while basking in the atmosphere rich with Culture from the Tropical Islands of the Caribbean, Experience The Caribbean Summer jam Block Party Featuring Live from New York’s HOT97 FM Massive B sound Featuring Bobby Konders & The Crew.
The Arts & Business Council, Blackbird Media, and F&M Bank have teamed up to present the Artist of the Week on The Nashville Sign. This week’s featured artist is Kelley Rice!
Nashville’s earliest music ambassadors, the Fisk Jubilee Singers, celebrated the release a limited-edition commemorative book, Heritage & Honor: 150 Year Story of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, with an unveiling ceremony at Fisk University on Wednesday.
Taking a look at Southern Grist, Smith & Lentz and other breweries making unusually good eats.
It will mark the second time in franchise history the team competes in an international game to begin a regular season. The Predators played Pittsburgh to open the 2000-01 season in Japan.
His summer tour takes him across the U.S. and to the U.K., including a two-night stop at City Winery on Monday and Tuesday.
“All Summer” is the latest single from the country quartet’s upcoming 10th studio album, following the song “Hell Yeah” released earlier this month. The track was written by Little Big Town’s Karen Fairchild with Sara Buxton, Madi Diaz, Ashley Ray, Savana Santos, and Alyssa Vanderheym.
Long before Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken became best mates, prior to Kelly meeting Justin (and making that awful movie) and American Idol even becoming a concept – almost 40 years ago, believe it or not, in 1983 – the most buzzed about talent competition on television was Star Search, a syndicated weekly series in which singers, dancers, stand-up comedians, actors and “spokesmodels” (that word wasn’t even part of the American vernacular until the show made its debut) vied for the right to be declared the very best of the best in their field.
“The Anarchists” actually has ties close to home — as it was co-created and executive produced by Nashville residents Todd Schramke (who also directs) and Kim Kylland of production company Bird Murmur.