Martina McBride, the country music singer whose rich voice informed Nineties radio hits like “Independence Day,” “Wild Angels,” and “A Broken Wing,” will be the focus of a new spotlight exhibit at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum.
There was a spirit that filled the Ryman Auditorium at the National Museum of African American Music’s (NMAAM) 2021 Celebration of Legends Benefit Concert where Quincy Jones, Smokey Robinson, Lionel Richie, Chaka Khan and the Fisk Jubilee Singers were honored with the Rhapsody and Rhythm Award.
A local non-profit that works to help senior dogs live out their retirement comfortably is getting a brand new home!
Maren Morris and Miley Cyrus team up as a pair of country-pop queens for Cyrus’ upcoming concert special, and fans can get a sneak peak of their “Dancing Queen” performance.
Area residents are invited to visit The Boro’s newest eatery, and the chain’s ninth U.S. location, to enjoy an array of signature artisan pizzas, made to order salads, cinnamon rolls and cocktails on tap― all staples of the Slim & Husky’s brand.
Staged within Fifth + Broadway, Art in Motion is back as a groundbreaking new temporary art installation that through light and music will celebrate artists who are defining Nashville as a global center for arts and culture.
Dwell in the Italian maestro’s phantasmagoric world June 25-July 15.
Tickets are on sale for the Tennessee Conservation Raffle, which last year generated over $1 million ($1,146,560) for the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s wildlife habitat management and conservation efforts.
All interested photographers are invited to submit up to 10 of their best photos on fishing, hunting, boating, and wildlife species native to Tennessee.