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With Broadway gigs on hold, Nashville musicians connect with fans virtually (WKRN)
It’s an iconic experience that attracts millions of visitors to Nashville. Live music emanates from honky tonks on Broadway day and night.
NowPlayingNashville.com To Participate in The Big Payback 2020 (NowPlayingNashville)
The 7th annual 24-hour giving day will take place on May 6 and 7th from 6pm to 6pm and encourages charitable giving to local nonprofit organizations, schools, and religious institutions in Nashville and Middle Tennessee.
Predators introduce fitness challenge for month of May (WSMV)
The Nashville Predators are excited to introduce Move With Us May, a month-long initiative presented by BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee.
Restaurateurs Make Difficult Decisions in the Midst of the Pandemic (Nashville Scene)
Talking to food-industry pros Toby Franklin and Edgar Pendley about moving forward in unprecedented times.
Virtual Alternative to the FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl (NowPlayingNashville)
As a result of COVID-19 Nashville galleries have come together to offer an alternative to the FirstBank First Saturday Art Crawl, a long standing tradition in the community.
Country Music Hall of Fame member Harold Reid dies at 80 (WSMV)
Reid was inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame with his Statler Brothers in 2008.
Mayor releases ‘Roadmap’ to reopen Nashville (WSMV)
Mayor John Cooper released a 14-page plan, which includes four phases for reopening the city.
‘Ramble On’ T-Shirts Honor Live Music Professionals Through MusiCares’ COVID-19 Relief Fund (Citizen Tribune)
While the COVID-19 pandemic has displaced hundreds of thousands of jobs across events and entertainment, live music fans of all genres around the world can show their support by buying a new Ramble On t-shirt at www.ramblenow.com.
Save Our Stages: More than a dozen local music venues join national coalition’s cry for help (WKRN)
More than a dozen independent music venues in Nashville have joined a national effort, calling on Congress to help “save our stages.”
Nashville’s Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation virtual gala raises more than $1 million (WZTV)
A Nashville charity is making history, raising more than a $1 million, even though their huge fundraising gala downtown got canceled because of COVID-19.