Country music legend Loretta Lynn has passed away at age 90. She died Tuesday at her ranch in Hurricane Mills, Tennessee.
The brand-new Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum exhibit includes instruments, stage clothing, show posters, previously unseen photographs and more.
Nashville’s Maya Riley Triumphs in Title Role in Elton John and Tim Rice’s Musical.
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 Michelle Reeves. She is also the 2022 Artober Featured Artist!
Following the critically acclaimed release of her 2021 album Ledisi Sings Nina, the acclaimed performer brings her stunning orchestral tribute to the iconic singer, songwriter and activist Nina Simone. Joined by your Nashville Symphony, she’ll revisit classic Simone selections including “My Baby Cares Just for Me,” “Four Women,” “Feeling Good,” “Wild Is the Wind” and more.
Wynonna’s heartwarming return to the stage, alongside Brandi Carlile and very special guest, Martina McBride, saw generations of Judds fans uplifting an enduring artist that has touched countless lives with her music.
Through Veterans Day (November 11, 2022), guests can take $5 off their next bill by donating $5 to The Folded Flag Foundation. 100% of all contributions received by the Foundation, a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit, go directly toward educational scholarships and support grants for the families of our country’s service members who gave the ultimate sacrifice.
The Halloween-themed event will turn the Women’s Club of Nashville into a haunted mansion.
The 2nd annual Rutherford County Theatre Crawl will feature eight middle Tennessee theatre companies in a spooky night of candy collecting and performances.
According to the Secretary of State’s Website, the business will be opening at 123 Second Ave South, the former location of Joe’s Crab Shack that shut down after nearly 20 years of business in September. The business filing also read that Barstool Nashville will have an established headquarters in Brentwood.
On Sunday, November 13th, Girls Write Nashville (“GWN”) will host their 2nd Annual Benefit Concert at 3rd & Lindsley in conjunction with Lightning 100, which will broadcast the show for a very special iteration of their Nashville Sunday Night series. This community-building, all-ages event will celebrate Nashville’s female artists, and 100% of the proceeds are tax deductible and will go towards supporting Girls Writes Nashville’s free educational programming.