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Traffic trouble during first concert at FirstBank Amphitheater

WILLIAMSON COUNTY, Tenn. (WKRN) — A music venue in Franklin said it hopes to fix major traffic issues that were highlighted at a show Tuesday night. About 7,500 fans packed FirstBank Amphitheater to see Florida Georgia Line, Thomas Rhett, Maren Morris and other country stars take the stage. Some News...
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Garth Brooks plans to play Arrowhead, reassessing remainder of stadium tour amid COVID-19 spike

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country star Garth Brooks said he will be reassessing whether to continue his stadium tour because of the rising number of COVID-19 cases. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Brooks said he is still scheduled to play the next two shows scheduled in Kansas City and Lincoln, Nebraska, but will not put tickets on sale for the next planned stop, Seattle in September.
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20 Country Songs All Pop Lovers Should Listen To

If you're anything like me, your music genre can go from classical to pop, to country, to rock in a span of seconds. My Spotify playlist is currently everywhere, and I have no shame about it, I love music. I love everything to do with it, which is why I'm here to save the day. It's no secret that country artists have slowly been diving into pop for the last few years, and I have no complaints about it.
Nashville, TNsoundslikenashville.com

Miranda Lambert Drops the Beat on ‘Tequila Does’ (Remix) Video

Miranda Lambert lets the good times flow in the music video for her first-ever remix, dropping the beat on “Tequila Does.”. Reimagined by the Nashville DJ Telemitry, the track gets new life as pulsating dance-floor banger with the same boozy hook as the original, adding new color to Lambert’s catalog — and the video follows suit.
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Garth Brooks reassessing stadium tour — including Gillette show — because of COVID-19 surge

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Country star Garth Brooks said he will be reassessing whether to continue his stadium tour because of the rising number of COVID-19 cases. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Brooks said he is still scheduled to play the next two shows scheduled in Kansas City and Lincoln, Nebraska, but will not put tickets on sale for the next planned stop, Seattle in September.
Lebanon, TNwilsonpost.com

Performing arts center in MJ features huge ballroom

Two opera singers who are parents of three kids in the Providence area of Mt. Juliet opened a performing arts center to teach everyone from tots to 90-year-olds hoping to grab the glam on an enormous ballroom dance floor. Dynamic Ballroom and Performing Arts is an all-inclusive school of the...
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Debuts At Hatheway Cultural Center: East Alton Native/Nashville Artist Tommy Karlas To Release His Own 'Put It In Drive' Album With Powerful Songs

NASHVILLE, TENN. - After two decades of writing songs professionally for some of the biggest names in country music in Nashville, East Alton native Tommy Karlas is releasing his first album called “Put It In Drive,” on October 16, 2021. The other good news is he will do the album release show at Lewis and Clark Community College’s Hatheway Hall in Godfrey with a performance that evening.
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Insights to Nashville's Storytellers Hideaway Farm and Museum: Johnny Cash's Center of the Universe

NASHVILLE, TN - Among all attractions and venues in Nashville, Storytellers Hideaway Farm & Museum is a must-visit attraction for music enthusiasts and country music fans, as the place was made famous as Johnny Cash's hideaway to escape from entertainment's glamorous lifestyle. The attraction includes a 107-acre farm, memorabilia of country music history, collections of Johnny Cash's photos and footage, and a display of the famous One-Piece-At-A-Time Cadillac.
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Nashville's Summer Reading Challenge by NPL to hold this August

NASHVILLE, TN—Improve the cognitive skills during summer by joining this year's Summer Reading Challenge, presented by Nashville Public Library. Read as much as you can as an individual or group for a chance to win prizes and treats. The competition is open for K-12 students. It aims to develop reading habits among students in Nashville community and build their cognitive and literacy skills. The Summer Reading Challenge will be running through August 21.
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Garth Brooks reassessing stadium tour because of COVID surge

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — (AP) — Country star Garth Brooks said he will be reassessing whether to continue his stadium tour because of the rising number of COVID-19 cases. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Brooks said he is still scheduled to play the next two shows scheduled in Kansas City and Lincoln, Nebraska, but will not put tickets on sale for the next planned stop, Seattle in September.
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Nashville, TNWKRN

Will the Garth Brooks Nashville concert be rescheduled?

Garth Brooks now facing dilemma after having to postpone Nashville concert. https://bit.ly/3A6gv3a. Will the Garth Brooks Nashville concert be rescheduled?. Newsmaker: Metro schools return to class next Tuesday. "From Nashville Zoo with Love" airs tonight on news 2. Police officer injured during shoplifting arrest. Police search for auto burglary suspect...
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Phish Works New Original, “Divided Sky”, “You Enjoy Myself”, More Into Nashville Opener [Photos/Videos]

On Tuesday night, Phish took the stage for the first of two sold-out shows at the Ascend Amphitheater in downtown Nashville, TN. The show kicked off with the 79th song of the tour—which remains in “no repeats” territory, not counting an unexpected “Weekapaug” interlude in Arkansas—as guitarist Trey Anastasio began the staccato strumming of the fan favorite opener, “Punch You In The Eye”. This version was a welcome, energetic start, although Trey struggled to find his footing during the “Landlady” segment.
Nashville, TNUSA Today

Garth Brooks rethinking stadium tour due to uptick in COVID cases: 'It breaks my heart'

NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Country star Garth Brooks said he will be reassessing whether to continue his stadium tour because of the rising number of COVID-19 cases. In a statement issued on Tuesday, Brooks said he is still scheduled to play the next two shows scheduled in Kansas City and Lincoln, Nebraska, but will not put tickets on sale for the next planned stop, Seattle in September.
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Bill Anderson Talks 'Thankful,' Carly Pearce and 60 Years as a Grand Ole Opry Member [Interview]

When Bill Anderson put together a three-song set to celebrate 60 years as a member of the Grand Ole Opry (commemorated on July 17 at the Opry House), two country classics instantly sprung to mind: "Po Folks," Whisperin' Bill's hit in the summer of '61, and "City Lights," which put Anderson on the songwriting map after Ray Price kept it at No. 1 for 13 weeks in 1958. With his third selection, Anderson punctuated one of the most special setlists of his career with a deeply personal song he seldom sings in public, "Thankful."