Nashville Opera

MUSIC CITY SKINNY | JUNE 11, 2021

Nashville Opera is back in Business with beach party (WSMV) The 90-minute performance with no intermission will start on June 12 at Ascend Amphitheater. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m. Kennedy Center Honors included a…

Nashville Opera is back in Business with beach party (WSMV)

The 90-minute performance with no intermission will start on June 12 at Ascend Amphitheater. The performance begins at 7:30 p.m.

Kennedy Center Honors included a touchingly emotional Garth Brooks (The Pantagraph)

Actress/dancer/director Debbie Allen, singer/activist Joan Baez, country superstar Garth Brooks, violinist Midori and legendary actor Dick Van Dyke were honored at the 43rd annual event.

Victor Wooten Composes & Chuck Smith Directs August Wilson’s JITNEY At Summer Shakespeare 2021 (Broadway World)

Local Black-owned theatre company Kennie Playhouse Theatre is collaborating with Nashville Shakes to produce the show.

Anzie Blue Hires New Executive Chef (Nashville Scene)

Hillsboro Village’s CBD-centric coffee shop Anzie Blue continues to up its food offerings with the recent hire of new executive chef Star Maye.

Academy Sports + Outdoors Sponsors Tennessee’s 2021 Free Fishing Day, Saturday June 12 (TN.gov)

Tennessee’s 2021 Free Fishing Day is set for Saturday, June 12 when anyone may fish free without a license in Tennessee’s public waters.

Titans hosting Special Olympics’ flag football fundraiser (WSMV)

The Tennessee Titans have partnered with Special Olympics Tennessee to host the Music City Blitz, an adult flag football fundraising tournament in Nissan Stadium.

New Music Friday: Kylie Morgan Debuts EP – Love, Kylie (NowPlayingNashville)

Watch the official music video of EP’s lead track “Shoulda!” Kylie details her journey through relationships, life as an artist, and life experiences on her debut EP, produced by Shane McAnally, and Ben Johnson.

William Gay’s Fugitives of the Heart Is an Homage to Twain (Nashville Scene)

The last in a string of posthumous novels from the Tennessee native will be released June 20.

‘We need a party.’ Group proposing recovery concert for Nashville’s music industry (News Channel 5)

“What could be better than putting on a big concert to draw people to Nashville to help Nashville?” said Dave Brown, co-owner of The Basement and Basement East.

Alanis Morissette, Garbage and Liz Phair to Embark on Worldwide Tour (Audio Ink Radio)

Alanis Morissette will celebrate the 25th anniversary of her seminal “Jagged Little Pill” album with a cross-country tour, which was originally set to take place in 2020 but was postponed due to the worldwide pandemic. Garbage and Liz Phair will open on the tour.