Radiation Oncologist Mark Stavas, M.D., far left, visits with Asieren Boyce, Little Richard and Jesse Boyce. Stavas began working with the Boyces and Little Richard to document Jesse Boyce’s journey with cancer and his ability to find joy despite not having a cure.
Photo by John Partipilo for Tennessee Tribune.
The Music City Skinny is a weekly roundup of Nashville arts and entertainment news from around the web.
Jack White to release children’s book (The Tennessean)
Rock superstar Jack White is penning a children’s book based off one of his hit songs.
We Settle a Big Fashion Rivalry: Nashville vs. Columbus (The New York TImes)
A hot fashion rivalry is underway thousands of miles from the runways of Milan and Paris.
See Tomorrow’s Plays Today at Ingram New Works Festival (NowPlayingNashville.com)
This year’s festival features new works from Tony Award Winner Christopher Durang, plus new works from Nate Eppler, Stacy Osei-Kuffour, Gabrielle Reisman and Andrew Rosendorf.
Musician, Physician Collaborate on Documentary Film (The Tennessee Tribune)
Nashville musician and producer Jesse Boyce compares the anxiety he felt just before receiving palliative radiation therapy to the jitters he often experienced before going on stage.
Art Reaches New Heights at the Nashville Airport (Nashville Arts Magazine)
The Nashville International Airport (BNA) is certainly not the most traditional venue for a public art exhibit, but it does take the genre to new heights.
Nashville’s Music Makes Us director to depart on high note (The Tennessean)
Metro Nashville Public Schools has again been honored as one of the best communities for music education in the country — an award that marks the fourth year for this community.
John Prine Talks About Songwriting, Nashville, Paradise and Beyond Words (Nashville Scene)
The songwriting legend will discuss his new book Saturday at the Country Music Hall of Fame
Modern American Art exhibition opens at Frist (Nashville Pride)
State of the Art: Discovering American Art Now is a momentous survey of art from across the United States. It will be on view at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts from May 26 through September 10, 2017
PJ MASKS to Hit the Road with First-Ever Tour PJ MASKS LIVE! TIME TO BE A HERO (Broadway World)
Entertainment One (eOne) and Round Room Presents have announced that ‘PJ Masks Live! Time to Be a Hero,’ a brand-new, fully-immersive musical production, will take to the stage, touring across North America starting in September 2017.