Category for Music focused Posts

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If You’re A Musician Without Medical Insurance, We’ve Got Good News

It’s tough being a musician. In more ways than one. Between struggles to find decent gigs to being able to sell your music, being a musician is not for the faint of heart. Making a career as a musician is already tough enough without all the stuff

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7 Uniquely Nashville Ways to Celebrate July 4th Weekend

When it comes to celebrating the Fourth of July, there are unlimited fun things to do in Music City. Whether it’s listening to some fantastic live music, eating some good ol’ hot chicken, or enjoying the countryside, there’s always something to get

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Music Row Needs to Be Valued and Protected

Anyone who’s explored Nashville’s famous Music Row knows that there’s no better way to understand the city’s cultural identity. According to a new proposal from the National Trust for Historic Preservation and the local Music Industry Coalition

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The Next Women of Country Share the Stage, and Their Stories

By Casey Reed On Fri., June 10, five vibrant, emerging country artists descended upon the CMA Theater to discuss their lives, songwriting craft, and inspirations. With the help of Comcast, Country Music Television, and the Country Music Hall

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Aubrie Sellers is “Pretty Good at Making Bad Decisions” at the Country Music Hall of Fame

By Casey Reed Aubrie Sellers emerged from backstage into the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s Ford Theater June 8, beginning her Music Fest at the Hall Songwriter Session with Adam Wright, wearing a shirt printed with the sardonic personal

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