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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Next-Gen Nashville: 16 People, Places and Things Shaking Up Music City (Billboard)
From a rock club drawing legends to the fringes of town to a podcast plumbing country’s sordid past to stars storming the Hot 100’s top 10, creativity is sprouting all over Music City.
Pilgrimage 2018 lineup: Jack White, Chris Stapleton, Lionel Richie top bill (The Tennessean)
Jack White, Chris Stapleton and Lionel Richie will headline the fourth annual Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival in Franklin, Tenn.
Talking to Nashville Fashion Forward Fund Recipient Maria ‘Poni’ Silver (Nashville Scene)
Immigration, motherhood and New York in the 1970s all inspire Silver’s work
Female Songwriters In Nashville Share Stories Of Sexual Harassment (Nashville Public Radio)
As the #MeToo movement ricochets through Hollywood and into other industries, Nashville musicians and legislators alike appear to be coming to terms with the country music industry’s role in dealing with sexual harassment.
Ashley McBryde Takes Nashville, No Gimmicks Required (New York Times)
Ms. McBryde is an alluringly flexible singer, fluent in classic country, blues and Southern rock, with a voice that moves easily from tender to tough.
2018 In Charge – The Arts (Nashville Post)
From downtown’s Arts Company to the Zeitgeist gallery and many varied points in between, here are the region’s arts leaders.
East Nashville Crosswalk Gets the Dancing Dog Treatment (Nashville Scene)
Artist Ellie Caudill talks to the Scene about the new Five Points mural, and Nashville’s need for public art
Meditation on Art as Love and Care for Self and Others (Nashville Arts Magazine)
Liz Clayton Scofield is a multidisciplinary artist, writer, thinker, all-around adventurer, and nomad.