Since 1948, Little Jimmy Dickens was a mainstay at the Grand Ole Opry, including a show he played Dec. 20 to celebrate his 94th birthday.
Nashville’s independent movie theater will be showing the film that has garnered everything from terrorism threats to presidential support. “The Interview,” a comedy about a plot to assassinate North Korea’s leader, will be screening at the Belcourt starting Christmas Day.
The Station Inn is probably the only thing in The Gulch that hasn't changed much in recent years. But with a proprietor who rents the club's stone brick building perched on some of Nashville's hottest real estate, can it last?
The Hermitage is in the midst of a repositioning that focuses more on the man who lived there than on the house and belongings he left behind.
The Nashville Symphony’s concerts this weekend will take on an unusual layer of poignancy. They’re dedicated to composer Stephen Paulus, who died last month just days after the orchestra released an album of his music.
Country music has a new queen. Miranda Lambert picked up four Country Music Association awards last night, giving the 30-year-old a total of 11 CMAs – more than any other female artist in history.
Try to imagine Flea of the Red Hot Chili Peppers using a cello bow on his instrument. Picture the Beatles on the Ed Sullivan Show, with Paul McCartney bowing the bass line to “I Wanna Hold Your Hand.” The bass guitar doesn’t really work that way, so soloist Victor Wooten had something brand new made to order: an instrument he'll debut Thursday night with the Nashville Symphony.
Loretta Lynn is an icon in country music, but another group of musicians have called her their own. The Americana Music Association honored her Wednesday night for being a pioneer among female songwriters.
Last year, the CMA festival was the Metro Animal Care and Control shelter's second largest adoption event of the year, thanks in part to canine-loving tourists.
There's a constant wait list for the building's 60 units, and residents say they love the community and price. It's likely to be the only housing for low-income artists in the city for awhile.
Nashville’s music scene has long been on the national map, and within the past few years, the visual art scene has boomed too. But while Nashville artists are happy to see the growth, some are worried it could also push them out.
More than a century after her death, some of Adelicia Acklen's most personal possessions are returning to Nashville's Belmont Mansion: family portraits that hung in the most private rooms of the house, the jewelry box she would have used each day, even toothbrush cases made of fine china.
Nashville is the fastest growing U.S. destination for Airbnb, a San Francisco-based tech company that connects travelers to people with spare rooms or even houses they can rent for a night or two.
Wayne Brezinka's multi-media portrait is partly constructed of historical artifacts from the 1860s.
Johnny Cash is out with an album of new music more than a decade after his death. His son – John Carter Cash – has polished some forgotten tunes that were sitting around collecting dust. And he says they show the lighter side of the “man in black.”
In this year's Grammy Awards, the classical music was as new as the pop. A jazz composer and a soprano captured multiple prizes, while the Academy recognized a performances by an adventurous American orchestra and a compelling young vocal group. See the full list of classical winners.
"Everything that was happening in the studio, that was my world," the prolific musician says of his career as a go-to guitarist in Tennessee. Now 86, Bradley has worked across many decades and on thousands of songs.
David Schnaufer moved to Nashville in the 1980′s on a quest to make the mountain dulcimer as common to country music as the fiddle and the pedal steel guitar.
After eight years—and seemingly countless court hearings—art that Georgia O’Keefe donated to Fisk University is now being shared with the Crystal Bridges Museum.