Woodworker Doug Lawrence; Courtesy Tennessee Craft
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Holly Gleason Edits an All-Star Cast of Writers in Woman Walk the Line (Nashville Scene)
The collection features essays about Dolly Parton, Loretta Lynn, Tanya Tucker, Taylor Swift, Kacey Musgraves and many more.
Back to Blackbird: City Winery Event Supports David Francisco and Cycling Safety Awareness (NowPlayingNashville)
After being hit by a motorist on Eighth Avenue South while riding his bike home, musician and production student David Francisco has been fighting his way back.
Justin Timberlake just doubled the size of Pilgrimage Music Festival (The Tennessean)
Pilgrimage expects more than 25,000 in attendance for each day of the two-day fest — nearly double the numbers of last year.
AmericanaFest 2017 Recaps (NowPlayingNashville)
This year’s AmericanaFest brought hundreds of acts to dozens of venues throughout Nashville. Read recaps from various performances.
The Fall Tennessee Craft Fair Promotes Newcomers with Emerging Makers Tent (Nashville Arts Magazine)
This month will bring the 39th Fall Tennessee Craft Fair, an annual weekend of handmade art, one-of-a-kind wares, and on-site artists at Centennial Park.
World Cafe Nashville: The Lone Bellow (NPR Music)
The Lone Bellow, the Brooklyn-born trio of Zach Williams, Kanene Donehy Pipkin and Brian Elmquist, negotiated many changes while making its third album, “Walk into a Storm.”
Marshall premieres at International Black Film Festival (Nashville Pride)
The 11th Annual International Black Film Festival presents the highly anticipated, critically acclaimed feature film “Marshall” as its opening night film.
Nashville’s Classical Seasons Get Underway With Fall Performances (WPLN)
School is in session, we’ve felt the first hints of autumn’s chill in the air — it’s the time when new performance seasons traditionally begin.