This show has done so much for these artists who were virtually unknown to some. The group from the hit CMT series “Nashville” will embark on a fourth U.S. concert tour this summer, playing 11 shows in July and August. The U.S. tour comes on the heels of a highly successful 10-show international tour that has already sold out multiple concerts in the UK and Ireland. ... read more!
Good news for Nashville fans. Even with the exit of Connie Britton, Nashville will return to CMT for a new 16-episode season, beginning in early 2018. The network has also revealed a midseason premiere date for season five on Thursday, June 1 at 9 p.m. ET. Longtime SVOD partner Hulu will continue to stream episodes the day after they premiere on CMT. ... read more!
Do you love Patsy Cline? Who doesn’t right? THAT VOICE!!! Goosebumps just thinning about it! Patsy Cline fans will now need to take a pilgrimage to Nasvhille for the Patsy Cline museum is set to open. According to MusicRow artifacts and mementos from Cline’s life will be on display at the new Patsy Cline Museum which opens April 7th in Nashville. ... read more!
If you are a “Nashville” fan you are certainly happy the show is BACK! I know we are! According to musicrow.com Nashville’s debut on CMTon January 5th drew a considerably smaller audience than it had on ABC, but also landed the network its best original premiere numbers since 2012, according to the Hollywood Reporter. ... read more!
This announcement will make many late night Nashville residents and tourists very happy. It’s no secret that many of the biggest stars in Nashville’s music history got their start at 706 Union Avenue in Memphis; the original address of Sun Records. Such legendary performers as Elvis Presley, Johnny Cash, Jerry Lee Lewis, Carl Perkins and even Conway Twitty passed through the historic studios of Sam Phillips throughout their careers. That legacy will soon be celebrated at the new Sun Diner. ... read more!
Nashville is in severe competion with NYC when it comes to New Year’s Eve and fans are always ready for some friendly rivalry. The lineup for Nashville’s free New Year’s Eve party has been announced. Keith Urban, Styx, A Thousand Horses, and more will play Jack Daniel’s Music City Midnight: New Year’s Eve in Nashville. ... read more!