Kelsea Ballerini and Kane Brown host the music video awards show, airing June 9th from Nashville.
Growing up in South Central Los Angeles in the ’80s, Charles Key didn’t have a lot to do. The neighborhood, he says, was infested with gangs, and his parents wouldn’t let him leave the yard. But his imagination was active.
The Country Music Association has announced a new partnership with Feeding America® as part of its ongoing Music Industry COVID Support (MICS) initiative.
Packed with 21 performances, Where Have You Gone is Jackson’s 16th studio album – his 25th in a storied career that includes two Christmas albums, two gospel albums, three Greatest Hits collections, a bluegrass album, and one boxed set.
Bridgestone Arena will increase capacity to more than 12,000 fans for Nashville Predators games in the NHL Stanley Cup Playoffs, the team announced Monday.
The Big Payback’s eighth annual 24-hour online giving event ended Thursday night by raising more than $4.2 million — $4,265,674 — in 32,941 donations to participating area nonprofit organizations, schools and religious institutions, the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee said in a news release.
Even in a city like Nashville that’s brimming with music, Monday night is generally thought of as an evening when precious little of interest happens. The organizers of Monday Night Jazz are working hard to disprove that notion.
For nearly three decades, Miss Linda — full name Linda Melton — baked pies and seated people in booths at the Elliston Place Soda Shop. Using her grandmother’s recipes, she’s been the face behind the chess pies, meringue pies (the taller the better) and banana pudding that have satisfied locals’ sugar cravings for decades.