Cher Celebrates All of Her Lives at Bridgestone (Nashville Scene)
As The Spin watched a handful of drag queens file into Bridgestone Arena for Cher on Thursday night, it was hard not to be a little disappointed in the weather. If only it had been warmer, people could have shown off their style a little more — Cher exudes a glamor that is meant to be emulated.
Johnny Cash restaurant set to open in Downtown Nashville (WSMV)
The full plans for the restaurant have not been released, but the 15,000 square foot venue will be next to the Johnny Cash Museum. The restaurant has a goal to open in late Spring of this year.
Nashville’s Spice Map (Nashville Scene)
Where to get 13 hot and spicy foods to warm you this winter.
Nashville Ballet Premiers Candid, Contemporary Story of LUCY NEGRO REDUX (Broadway World Nashville)
Exploring themes of otherness, equality and self-worth, Nashville Ballet will premiere Artistic Director Paul Vasterling’s boundary-pushing ballet, Lucy Negro Redux, at TPAC’s Polk Theater, February 8-10.
Keith Urban to play at NHL Stadium Series outdoor game (WTHR)
Urban will perform during the first intermission of the Stadium Series outdoor game in Philadelphia between the Penguins and Flyers on Feb. 23, the NHL announced Wednesday, making him the latest high-profile music act to play a league event following Weezer at the Winter Classic and Bebe Rexha at All-Star Weekend.
First look at new renderings, video of Nashville Yards (WKRN)
The 600,000 square foot transformation will be home to online giant Amazon’s newest logistic hub that’ll bring 5,000 jobs. Nashville Yards will also be home to the Grand Hyatt’s newest 23-floor luxury hotel and will also have an entertainment district by entertainment company AEG.
Country Music Hall of Fame guitarist Harold Bradley dies (13 WTHR)
Country Music Hall of Fame guitarist Harold Bradley, who played on hundreds of hit country records and along with his brother, famed producer Owen Bradley, helped craft “The Nashville Sound,” has died. He was 93.
‘Days of Our Lives’ star Melissa Reeves opens up about living in Nashville (WKRN)
Melissa Reeves, the actress behind beloved daytime heroine Jennifer Horton on Days of Our Lives, is opening up about life on the farm she shares with her husband outside Nashville.