Alan Jackson Announces 2020 Tour Dates (Rolling Stone)
Country Music Hall of Fame legend Alan Jackson returns to the road in January 2020 for a trek that will stretch all the way into October.
Nashville Farmers Market unveils new art and entrance (News Channel 5)
The Nashville Farmers Market has always had a focus on supporting local farmers and vendors, but on Saturday, the focus was on the art.
Kevin Wilson Continues to Perfect His Gift for Surreal Tragicomedy (Nashville Scene)
The Sewanee-based author will discuss his novel Nothing to See Here Nov. 11 at Parnassus.
Frothy Monkey to Replace The Post East in Lockeland Springs (Nashville Scene)
The Post closes after five years, making room for Frothy’s sixth location. The owners of popular cafe Frothy Monkey have chosen East Nashville for their sixth location.
The Hendersonville Performing Arts Company Announces Auditions For MATILDA! (Broadway World Nashville)
Matilda has won 47 international awards and continues to thrill sold-out audiences of all ages around the world. Auditions will be held on Monday, December 2nd beginning at 6:30pm and on Tuesday, December 3rd beginning at 6:30pm.
Historic Nashville announces ‘Nashville 9’ for 2019 (WKRN)
The annual list of Nashville’s most endangered historic places, known as the Nashville Nine, has been released by Historic Nashville, Inc.
GMA to broadcast live from Nashville ahead of CMA Awards (8 News Now)
ABC’s Good Morning America will roll into Nashville ahead of the 53rd annual CMA Awards. Country music’s biggest night is Nov. 13 and GMA will broadcast live from downtown Nashville the morning of the big show.