What better reason is there to break away from the honky-tonks of Lower Broadway than to sample some internationally distilled whiskeys?
Trey McLaughlin knew he wanted to be a singer at four-years-old. The vocalist, composer and educator serves up spiritual sustenance with his Sounds of Zamar choir on Feb. 18.
Making fancy cocktails and hors d’oeuvres is hard, right? That’s why TPAC has partnered with local businesses Athens Distributing and Char to put on an event where you can…
“We know who we are,” says vocalist Cyle Barnes after a live performance on the WMA stage for TPAC’s Attic Sessions. “We’re a bunch of weird kids from the South, and we’ve never tried to be anything more than that.”
Last year, Emmylou Harris, Steve Earle, Brandi Carlile and more went on “The Lantern Tour” benefiting migrant and refugee families. Well, the Women’s Refugee Commission is at it again with The Lantern tour II: Concerts for Migrant and Refugee Families, coming to TPAC’s War Memorial Auditorium on Jan. 11.
The man who fell into a burnin’ ring of fire, shot a man in reno and coined the phrase “hello” well before Adele or Lionel Richie is certainly well-deserving of a concert in his honor. Well, that train’s finally comin’ around the bend. Nashville’s first-ever, all-star Cash Fest takes place Nov. 10 at War Memorial Auditorium.
Country outlaw Tanya Tucker, who has made a career out of her charismatic sass, headlines the AmericanaFest Day Stage at War Memorial Auditorium today at 5 p.m., following Della Mae at 12 p.m., Rising Appalachia at 1 p.m., Che Apalache at 2 p.m., Aubrie Sellers at 3 p.m. and Molly Tuttle at 4 p.m.
Nashville’s War Memorial Auditorium, the historic concert hall that served as the fourth home of the Grand Ole Opry, will host live performances of the AmericanaFest Day Stage Sept. 12-14 as part of AmericanaFest, produced and presented each year by the Americana Music Association.