THE MUSIC CITY SKINNY | OCT 26, 2018

Lynn says she's better after illness sent her to hospital (NewsChannel5) Loretta Lynn says she is doing better after a brief hospital visit to treat an illness that kept her from attending a CMT tribute…

Lynn says she’s better after illness sent her to hospital (NewsChannel5)
Loretta Lynn says she is doing better after a brief hospital visit to treat an illness that kept her from attending a CMT tribute to her and other female country artists.

“Image Building: How Photography Transforms Architecture” at Frist Art Museum, Nashville (Blouinartinfo International)
The exhibition presents a range of works by various artists who explore the constantly changing relationship between the viewer, photographer, and architect, tracing back from the 1930s to the present.

Tony Joe White Dies at Age 75, Swamp Rock King Leaves Lasting Musical Legacy (CMT)
Covered by Ray Charles, Elvis Presley and Tina Turner, the swamp rock king Tony Joe White died from a heart attack on Wednesday (Oct. 24). White’s family confirmed his death through his record label Yep Roc on Thursday (Oct. 25).

This Nashville suburb is getting an eatery from a veteran chef (Nashville Business Journal)
Chef Jason Matheson will open Primrose Table in Murfreesboro this spring.

Dierks Bentley to produce Nashville-based TV comedy from ‘Last Man Standing’ creator (Tennessean)
Just as TV’s “Nashville” has ended six years of Music City-based drama, our town is about to get another spin on prime time — this time, with a comedy.

Deep history of Nashville Public Square inspires sound artist (Vanderbilt News)
The complex history of Nashville’s Public Square Park—including stories of Native and African Americans—has inspired a performance by Guillermo Galindo, visiting artist-in-residence at Vanderbilt’s Center for Latin American Studies and the Department of Art on Oct. 25.