Category for Music focused Posts


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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Will Uncle Dave Macon Days Break the Square Dance World Record?

By Lee Rennick To kick off the 39th Anniversary of the annual old-time music and dance festival, Uncle Dave Macon Days, organizers are attempting to break the Guinness record for largest square dance. On July 7 the festival hopes to draw 1,000

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Nashville’s Song Suffragettes: No Boys Allowed

By Casey Reed At Song Suffragettes, there are no boys allowed.  They’re allowed in the audience, just not on stage. The weekly songwriter showcase at The Listening Room Cafe in SoBro is focused exclusively on female songwriters who want to

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Welcome to 1979, Where Nashville’s Recording Past and Future Collide

By Sean Brna Welcome to 1979 is the name of a recording studio in west Nashville. However, a more appropriate name might be Welcome to the Only Place of its Kind. It is not incorrect to call Welcome to 1979 a recording studio, but honestly, a

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