VH1 and VH1 Classic are teaming up with Big Machine Records and Special Olympics as the television hosts for the premieres of two holiday music videos from “A Very Special Christmas 25th Anniversary,” a holiday music series that benefits Special Olympics. For the 25th Anniversary, Train and Cheap Trick each recorded a special Christmas track and video for the album. On Friday, December 7thVH1 will exclusively premiere Train’s video for “Joy to the World” on VH1’s “Big Morning Buzz Live,”CMT will exclusively premiere Martina McBride’s “Please Be Home for Christmas” and VH1 Classic will exclusively premiere Cheap Trick’s “I Want You for Christmas.”
December Schedule for Debi Champion’s Writers’ Nights at The Commodore Grille
Happy December music lovers! November was awesome, with shows from Citizen Cope, Joshua Radin and A Fine Frenzy and Dr. Dog! We definitely had fun, and if you were here we’re sure you did too! We also celebrated our first birthday with The Wailers! It was such a party someone literally danced their shoe off! We have Carolina Chocolate Drops and Coheed and Cambria within the [...]
Artists Workshop: NEXT Tuesday, December 4th – “Dollars and Sense” featuring Rick Barker of www.musicindustryblueprint.com 6:00 at Two Old Hippies. This is the first of several monthly workshops for artists – at Two Old Hippies in The Gulch. The Nashville Muse and Music Starts Here.org are sponsors of the workshops. Go to Rick’s site and [...]
Rembrandt and the Dutch Golden Age: Highlights from the Detroit Institute of Arts will open at the Frist Center for the Visual Arts on February 1, 2013. Drawn entirely from the superb collection of the Detroit Institute of Arts, this exhibition presents works of the great Dutch masters including Frans Hals, Rembrandt van Rijn, Jacob [...]
Natchez Hills VineyardÔ and Nashville Unleashed to pair their passions for wine, music, and cuisine in unprecedented fashion, offering music enthusiasts a truly unique and mesmerizing concert experience.
Bobby Pinson, Jeff Cohen, Rachel Thibodeau, and Jason Sever will perform at the Women’s Music Business Association’s annual toy drive and benefit show at Blue Bar in Nashville
Harpeth Rising will be playing in Nashville for the Sunday Spotlight Series at the world famous Bluebird Cafe (4104 Hillsboro Pike) on December 16th at 6:30pm. The Bluebird is one of the world’s preeminent listening rooms and has hosted artists ranging from John Prine to Garth Brooks to Emmylou Harris. The Sunday Spotlight series has no cover and admission is on a first come first serve basis (615-383-1461).
Dove Award winning recording artist and speaker Cheri Keaggy is among the musical lineup at the 2012 Cider Carols, an event scheduled for 7 to 9 p.m. on Thursday, November 29, at Rocketown, to benefit the Hope Clinic for Women, a faith-based crisis pregnancy organization with locations throughout Middle Tennessee. Keaggy will join musical guests [...]
Australian Native, Jeremiah releases his debut album Made New and he invites you to join him at the CD Release Show on Wednesday, November 28th at The Foundry. Local Nashville husband and wife duo, Chasing Summer will be opening the show right after doors and Jeremiah will take the stage to launch the debut album immediately after [...]