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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including WSMV, The Tennessean, The Tennessee Tribune, WKRN, Broadway World, NowPlayingNashville, Rolling Stone, and Nashville Scene.
The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will offer perspective on country music’s latest chapter with the opening of American Currents: State of the Music, on Friday, March 12, 2021. The exhibit runs through February 6, 2022.
With Bonnaroo attendance reaching 80,000 sellout status, there are certain to be a lot of first-timers in attendance at Bonnaroo. Perhaps the most famous first-timer at the 2019 event is a Nashville icon - Hatch Show Print.
The award-winning full-length documentary "It All Begins With a Song: The Story of the Nashville Songwriter" appropriately gets a showing at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as part of the 27th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival.
For the month of October aka Artober, I had the opportunity to interview Wynonna Judd. As a child in the 80's, I grew up listening to The Judds. It was truly an honor for me to feature her in this month's Artist Spotlight.
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of arts and entertainment news and views from around the web, including WKRN, Rolling Stone, WPLN, The Tennessean, Nashville Scene, Rover, Broadway World, Nashville Arts magazine, and DaveHoekstra.com.
Nashville songwriting legends Al Anderson, Sharon Vaughn and Mike Reid opened the Tin Pan South at The Bluebird Cafe on Tuesday night.
The Arts & Prosperity 5 national impact study indicates that Nashville and Davidson County's arts and culture industry generates $429.3 million in annual economic activity, supports 14,277 full-time equivalent jobs and generates $51.1 million in local and state government revenues.
Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville