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The Music City Skinny | September 29, 2017

The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web. 'Music City': CMT Is Making a Nashville Version of 'The Hills' (Entertainment Tonight) From the creator of…

The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.

‘Music City’: CMT Is Making a Nashville Version of ‘The Hills’ (Entertainment Tonight)
From the creator of Laguna Beach and The Hills, Adam DiVello, comes the unscripted Music City, set in Nashville, Tennessee, and follows a group of young, emerging artists as they attempt to break big while balancing complicated personal lives and relationships.

Kesha Raises Spirits, Preaches Equality at Triumphant Nashville Show (Rolling Stone)
Pop star’s victory lap continues with uplifting message of inclusion, hope and self-reliance

Electric Violinist Tracy Silverman Brings His Multimedia Concerto to OZ Arts (Nashville Scene)
Love Song to the Sun, premiering Oct. 5, illustrates empathy for the smallest creatures

Artober Weekly Roundup | September 18 – 24 (NowPlayingNashville)
Held each October, Artober Nashville is a month-long celebration of the arts in Nashville and Middle Tennessee. Get your posts listed on our Storify by tagging #ArtoberNashville in your socials.

Justin Timberlake at Pilgrimage: ‘I love you, Franklin!’ (The Tennessean)
Maybe it was the red on his sneakers, Justin Timberlake said, that made him feel like Dorothy in “The Wizard of Oz” while he was onstage Saturday night in Franklin, Tenn.

Vanderbilt University Theatre Opens Season With KID SIMPLE 9/29 (Broadway World)
Vanderbilt University Theatre opens its 2017-18 season with Kid Simple: A Radio Drama in the Flesh, which is described as “a highly imaginative play that uses sound effects in the story-telling,” which opens Friday, September 29.

Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra at TSU October 1st (The Tennessee Tribune)
Even musical giants have to start somewhere! In the first concert of their 15th season, the Nashville Philharmonic Orchestra explores beginnings with early works of Beethoven, Shostakovich and Albéniz.

Artist Aiden Percefull Hosts First Show (Nashville Arts Magazine)
The show will center on the progression and evolution of Percefull’s growth as an artist over the past four years – from the beginning of his artistic ventures at age four to his current projects at age eight.