Brad Paisley and Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum CEO Kyle Young pose during opening night of the 'Brad Paisley: Diary of a Player' Exhibit at Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Nov. 17, 2016 in Nashville, Tenn. From Billboard Story.
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The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Inside the Country Hall of Fame’s 50-Year Journey From the Barn to Downtown Nashville (Billboard)
The museum, which opened its doors 50 years ago in April, serves essentially the same role as Broadway’s Hamilton, documenting an essential piece of American history, but using modern tools and vernacular to make the case.
Art Crawl Confidential: March 2017 (Nashville Scene)
From a changing art scene to closings and relocations, here’s what was talked about at this month’s crawl
Nashville’s Lovenoise celebrates 15 years (The Tennessean)
Before Nashville’s Cummins Station was full of young professionals chowing down on sushi, getting ink or pitching a new song, Eric Holt, Bryce Page, LaSalle Chapman, Chip Hockett, Antoine Nunn were building Lovenoise.
NFL’s Eddie George Will Return to the Stage in A RAISIN IN THE SUN at Nashville Rep (Broadway World)
Nashville Rep will produce A Raisin in the Sun to run from March 25 – April 15, 2017, starring NFL player Eddie George as Walter Lee Younger.
Nashville Film Festival Announces Music Films/Music City Selection (Nashville Film Festival)
Nine Films Celebrate Music, Musicians and the Impact of Music
Am I Blue (Nashville Arts Magazine)
On March 11, the Looby Theater plays host to Muse: Inspired by Nashville Artists, a production layering dance, film, spoken word, music, visual and multimedia art by Blue Moves.
Nashville Symphony to play ‘La La Land’ concert (The Tennessean)
Here’s to the ones who dream: The Nashville Symphony will perform the music of “La La Land” in concert this summer.
Local Punk Fest Freakin’ Weekend Changed the City — and Now It Comes to an End (Nashville Scene)
Diarrhea Planet, Jacuzzi Boys and more to play the final installment of Freakin’ Weekend
How will ‘Nashville’ survive without Rayna Jaymes? (USA Today)
The characters on CMT’s Nashville are poring through old home movies, journals and recording sessions on Thursday night’s episode, as they try to come to grips with the death of Rayna Jaymes – country star, wife and mother.