Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival wrapped up another year in the books this past weekend as it hosted acts such as Billy Joel, My Morning Jacket, Mumford & Sons, Alabama Shakes and many more over the course of four days in Manchester, Tenn.
Robert Eskew Blues Band is scheduled to kick off the opening night of "Hills of Tennessee" a roots music series on Saturday, June 20 at Bird Song Studio in Woodbury, Tenn.
Greg Logins and Revival will perform a gospel concert on Friday, Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at the Center of Hope Christian Church on 4745 Leanna Road.
Yonder Mountain String Band is set to perform in Nashville, Tenn. on Jan. 23 at Cannery Ballroom.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts festival has released the initial lineup for their 2015 festival.
Christmas will arrive early for Hard Working Americans fans as The First Waltz documentary is set for a screening at Nashville's Acme Feed & Seed on Dec. 20
Murfreesboro's Jonny Gowow is set to kick of the holiday season at Liquid Smoke on Friday, Dec. 5.
Bahamas is no stranger to Music City. Surrounding the latest release, Bahamas is Afie, Toronto’s Afie Jurvanen and company will return to Nashville on Sept. 22 at The High Watt for another engagement.
In the late 1980s, early 1990s and long before the introduction of vocal groups Lady Antebellum, The Band Perry & Little Big Town, Baillie & The Boys were supplying U.S. radio stations with a steady string of country hits, sharing the airwaves with pop country contemporaries including Highway 101, Restless Heart, The Desert Rose Band, Sweethearts of the Rodeo, Southern Pacific and Shenandoah.
The American Music Association has added over 70 new names to their current cast for the upcoming Americanafest.
Photos from the July 18, 3rd Friday concert at Cannonsburgh.
There will be three additional concerts, every 3rd Friday in August, September and October.
Photos by Jim Davis, Murfreesboro Parks and Rec.
It goes without saying that Yonder Mountain String Band has been one of the most pivotal players in bluegrass over the last decade.
The Americana Music Association has detailed plans for its 15th Annual Festival and Conference.
The Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival spanned the dates of June 12-15 in Manchester, Tenn.
Pilkelny, along with Stuart Duncan, will perform as a banjo/fiddle duo at the Franklin Theatre in Franklin, Tenn. on June 28.
Nashville resident, Mary Gauthier is scheduled to perform at the Franklin Theatre on June 20 in support of her latest album Trouble & Love.
Main Street’s FREE Summer Concert Series opens Friday, June 6th with THE PILOTS! The concert is downtown on the Public Square from 6:30 - 9:30 p.m., and is free thanks to generous sponsorships by Heritage South Community Credit Union and City Auto.
Noted Murfreesboro musician, Jonny Gowow, has planned an album release party for Saturday, May 24 at Wall Street in Murfreesboro, Tenn.
After releasing the daily schedules this week, Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has announced the artist who will take part in the late night superjams.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has released the daily schedule for its 2014 lineup.
Main Street's JazzFest kicked off on the Square in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on May 2 and ran through May 3.
The Murfreesboro Youth Orchestra will hold a spring concert on May 5 at 7 p.m. at the Hinton Music Hall.
Representatives of Uncle Dave Macon Days have announced the festival’s 2014 Trailblazer and Heritage Award winners.
With a new album set for release on May 6, Watson is also in the middle of a tour that will form a trifecta of appearances in Nashville, Tenn.
In addition to the outdoor stages piping out jazzy sounds on the Murfreesboro Public Square, some other downtown Murfreesboro venues will join in the fun as part of the Jazz After Dark program.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has confirmed acts for the late night portion of the festival.
Missouri born singer-songwriter Nathaniel Rateliff is set for a date at Nashville’s Bluebird Café on April 30.
Utah’s Desert Noises are on deck for a show at The Basement in Nashville, Tenn. on April 17.
Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival has released the lineup for its club stages.
Music City Roots has been a staple in the Nashville community for a few years now, but its success each week from the Loveless Barn has paved the way for a new venue within the past year.
Jeremy Robertson and The Class Action will celebrate their debut EP release, Wait and See, with a show at the Walnut House Friday, April 4
Steinway Artist Heather Conner will present a free public piano concert at 8 p.m. Tuesday, April 1, in Hinton Music Hall inside MTSU's Wright Music Building.
The Southern Soul Assembly, composed of members Luther Dickinson, Marc Broussard, JJ Grey and Anders Osborne, plotted a stop in Nashville, Tenn. on March 20 at War Memorial Auditorium.
Main Street Murfreesboro has confirmed the weekend of May 2-3 for this year’s Main Street JazzFest.
For its next round of PBS tapings taking place March 7–10, Bluegrass Underground has landed heavy hitters with names like Lucinda Williams, David Grisman, Jason Isbell, and Widespread Panic.
Oklahoma native Parker Millsap is on pace to visit Music City this week with a string of shows that will place him in front of audiences at Music City Roots, The Bluebird and The Basement.
Murfreesboro City Schools invites the public to appreciate the music of the MCS Festival Choir on Thursday, March 6. The performance will take place at 7 p.m. at the Erma Siegel Elementary gymnasium.
Shovels & Rope blazed through Nashville on Wednesday, Feb. 26 to a sold-out crowd at Cannery Ballroom. Joining them in this effort were New Orleans based folk outfit Hurray for the Riff Raff.
Headliners Elton John, Jack White and Kanye West claim top billing for this year's Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival.
With many accolades under the belt now, Shovels & Rope are scheduled to perform with up and coming band, Hurray for the Riff Raff, at Cannery Ballroom on Feb. 26 in Nashville, Tenn. as part of their headlining tour.
Dr. Ming Wang will speak at 3 Brothers Brewhouse about appreciating freedom in America on Tuesday Feb 25.
On Sunday, Feb. 23, the Middle Tennessee State University Concert Chorale and Middle Tennessee Choral Society will present "Echoes from a Cathedral" at MTSU.
Gospel quartet Work in Progress will be singing at Trinity United Methodist Church on Saturday, Feb. 8, at 6 p.m.
Gladeville music minister rocks with Fab Four sound-alikes
The Tennessee Valley Winds will perform a free concert under the direction of composer Robert Sheldon on Thursday, Feb. 6, at Middle Tennessee State University.
Internationally recognized flute artist Ai Goldsmith will collaborate with two faculty members in the School of Music at Middle Tennessee State University during a free public concert on Tuesday, Jan. 21.
Artists to take Music City for New Year's Eve bash
'Sounds of Christmas' to celebrate season
The Young Africans, a group of performers who were all once a part of the African Children’s Choir, will perform Friday, Dec. 20, at Journey Pointe Church.
MTSU will welcome legendary singer and songwriter Barry Gibb to campus on Monday, Oct. 28, as part of the recording industry department's speakers series.
With the various festivals and city music scenes in the region, Music in the Middle gave fans one more reason to look forward to October each year.
Drawing from pop, sacred and classical styles, award-winning pianist Mac Frampton will present a free public concert at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Oct. 18, in Murfreesboro.
DeLand, Florida’s Roadkill Ghost Choir who will perform at Mercy Lounge in Nashville, Tenn. on Oct. 10.
Kendrick Lamar will be performing at the 13th annual Commodore Quake, October 3, at Vanderbilt University's Memorial Gymnasium.
The Americana Music Association wrapped up a weekend of music and awards this past weekend.
Sarah Jarosz will perform at Nashville's 3rd & Lindsley on Sunday night.
On its final night, Live on the Green had a special 615 flair with The Wild Feathers, Will Hoge, The Weeks and Moon Taxi.
The relationship between Scotland and Tennessee can be traced back to the 1800s, but Glasgow-based rock group, Frightened Rabbit is making the acquaintance a more causal one of late.
To say Rhythm Kitchen is excited about its upcoming show at the Arts Center of Cannon County is an understatement.
After complaints from the community, organizers of the up-coming Music in the Middle festival have downsized the concert from a three-day gathering to a one-day event.
Here are the winners for competitions held Friday, the first day of the annual Uncle Dave Macon Days, in Murfreesboro.
By 1987, after its small beginnings as a one-day banjo picking contest, Uncle Dave Macon Days had become one of the Southeast’s fastest-growing, old-time music festivals.
Grants from the Grammy Foundation and the National Endowment for the Humanities will allow the MTSU to preserve, digitize and put online more of America’s music.
Luella and The Sun have quietly become one of the premiere acts in Nashville and are set to perform at 3rd and Lindsley on June 1.
Panic sets in with show at Fontanel
“Billy’s Birthday Bash” is set for 5 p.m. Saturday in the Liberty community of DeKalb County.
Classical music flows through Murfreesboro this week.
Members of the Uncle Dave Macon Days committee announced this year’s Heritage Award winner as Ricky Skaggs and Sharon White.
The classes, which will be held at 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. April 6, will be open to the public, too.
Three university cello professors have joined talents to commemorate the centennial of composer Benjamin Britten’s birth.
Some of Tennessee’s finest young high school clarinetists will participate in the 11th annual MTSU High School Honor Clarinet Choir on Saturday at MTSU.
The annual music fest, Rites of Spring, will return this year during the weekend of April 19-20 on Alumni Lawn at Vanderbilt University.
Two award-winning musicians who have performed with several well-loved bands will perform this weekend at MTSU in Murfreesboro during an annual saxophone conference.
Main Street Murfreesboro has confirmed the weekend of May 3-4 for this year’s Main Street JazzFest.
On Feb. 27, the student contestants will perform before a panel of judges in a free public event at 8 p.m. inside the Student Union Ballroom.
Living gospel music history will be on stage Sunday, March 3, when the Chuck Wagon Gang will appear in concert at Parkway Baptist Church in Smyrna.
Music icons to perform at festival
The Arts Center of Cannon County presents the music of The Beatles on Friday, Feb. 22, in celebration of the music that forever changed rock ‘n’ roll history.
Pop icon to perform at festival
The series will feature documentary film screenings, scholar-led discussions and concerts by local musicians of 20th-century American popular music.
Who said Valentine’s Day is all about cupid, roses, tulips, chocolate and all the other stuff?
The Hangout Music Fest is proud to announce its highly anticipated 2013 lineup.
Collaborations have their place in the overall framework of the music landscape. Such is the case with Fiction Family.
Thanks to the Center for Popular Music and the James K. Polk Ancestral Home in Columbia, the community can get a glimpse into the music of a former first lady in two free public concerts.
The Nashville Children's Choir will perform a free concert at Murfreesboro's First United Methodist Church at 3 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 17.
Longtime personality to perform Saturday
Shovels & Rope could quite possibly be one of the best-kept secrets of the previous year, but the secret will soon be out the door.
Performing the music beloved by a gender bending, 17th century Swedish queen sounds like quite a challenge, but the acclaimed musical ensemble Armonia Celeste is ready to meet it.
Peterson to perform in Murfreesboro
The music of Bahamas is definitely a getaway in its own right.
The year is drawing to a close and over the next week many resolutions and choices will be top of mind.
An upcoming concert at Middle Tennessee State University will be more than a feast for the ears — it’ll also provide a good meal for hungry students and community neighbors in need.
Country star sings for the holidays
Nashville’s Live on the Green concert series kicked off Thursday, Sept. 6.
Television and movie legend William Shatner will bring his one man show, "SHATNER’S WORLD: WE JUST LIVE IN IT" to Nashville.
The neighborhood and community are invited to Holy Cross’ Festival on Cason from 10 a.m.-6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 15 at the church on Cason Lane.
While Young has played the Ryman as part of the Grand Ole Opry, this historic show will mark his headlining debut on the celebrated stage.
“Echoes of Nature,” a concert combining traditional Chinese art and music, will feature Haiqiong Deng on the instruments zheng and qin and artist Dr. Nan Liu on Friday, Sept. 7, at MTSU.
Everyone loves free music. And when it is good free music then that makes the deal even more enticing.
If you’ve been wondering what Murfreesboro’s most diligent band has been up to recently, then look no further.
Nick Whetro, Icarus Himself bring electro-rock to town
Despite the rain, the show went on and this year’s champions were crowned over the weekend at the 35th annual Uncle Dave Macon Days.
When it comes to country music, or the country music that most knew as a kid, the credit leans toward Bristol, Tenn.
At 10th annual Southern Girls Rock & Roll Camp
Old Crow Medicine Show proves to be popular link in the Americana chain
The second episode of Main Street Murfreesboro’s monthly concert series, Friday Night Live, is set for tomorrow night with a performance from the Stones River Pilots.
Nashville may be known as Music City, USA, but Murfreesboro will lay claim to the name as the yearlong Bicentennial Celebration honors our musical heritage this month.
Finale events for the 2012 Governor’s School for the Arts will be held Thursday, June 28, starting with an art exhibit at 10 a.m. in Andrew L. Todd Hall at Middle Tennessee State University.
Crowe, Snider to receive awards
Emmy and Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth’s performance has been rescheduled due to illness.
As the Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival returns to Manchester for the 2012 event, the tight-knit town is already taking steps to warmly welcome the more than 100,000 visitors.
Thousands of music lovers head south this weekend to hear some well-known and up-and-coming bands perform live under the sun.
Nashville piano man Chip Greene has been on the road for weeks but is now back home and is set to perform at Just Love Coffee in Murfreesboro on Friday night.
As festival season draws nearer, Murfreesboro is a great place to be as it is in driving distance to several musical festivals.
Direct from their phenomenally successful Broadway engagement, the internationally-acclaimed Beatles concert, RAIN – A Tribute To The Beatles, returns to Nashville for eight performances.
Rounding out these additions is Danzig Legacy – a collaboration of sorts by hard rocker Glenn Danzig.
Winners of the 2012 BachFest Student Music Competition perform Sunday in two public concerts Sunday at Holy Cross Episcopal Church.
Murfreesboro has stepped up to provide another grand showcase
Adding even more talent to already impressive line-up, The Hangout Music Fest has announced the inclusion of six more performers to their 2012 roster, ranging from rising indie stars to veteran performers.
The two-day Main Street JazzFest will return May 4 to the Square in downtown Murfreesboro for its 16th installment.
The closing song of Sharon Van Etten’s previous album, Epic, is one that showcases subject matter of a damaged soul – one that is broken and in need of repair.
Tomorrow night, the Drive-By Truckers will start a two-night stand at Nashville’s Cannery Ballroom.
There is always a grand impression left behind when one can take note of a band that plays music just for the love of it. And one of those groups is Star & Micey.
It’s not everyday one comes in contact with a group like Lord T & Eloise.
The post-holiday music cycle is kicking off nicely at the start of the New Year to say the least.
Nashville music venue The Exit/In will hold “Rock for a Cause,” a five-band indie rock and art show this Friday.
MTSU alumnus wins competition for role as Queen drummer
The Tennessee Valley Winds will perform its annual winter concert Tuesday, Dec 13 at Patterson Park Community Center.
In the short span of less than a year, Murfreesboro’s Rhythm Kitchen has become one of the hottest bands on the local scene.
The Nashville Chamber Singers will perform a Christmas concert at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday at St. Paul’s Episcopal Church.
Members of MTSU’s Department of Theatre and Dance are dusting off their dancing shoes to wow audiences with the Dance Theatre Fall Concert this week in the Tucker Theatre.
Jessi Darlin and her band rocked Gilligan’s Friday night in Murfreesboro.
Local rock outfits blanket Square with familiar tunes
Newcomers and veterans join together for 10th anniversary celebration
Stones River Chamber Players debut 2011-12 MTSU season Oct. 3
The Center for the Arts will play host to Jack & Diane on Friday night with special guest is Lisa Shaffer & Heathen Ridge.
“Queen of the Blues” Marion James to headline Boro Blues Fest
Emmy and Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth will perform at the Tennessee Performing Arts Center’s annual “Fest de Ville Gala” in October.
Country music legend to perform classic hits and new music off his just-released album
Noemi Iglesia de Dios is one of the many acts who will perform at I'm Believin' Friday, Sept. 2 at The Arts Center of Cannon County in Woodbury.
Festivals and conferences ready to take Nashville’s center stage with acts like Justin Townes Earles, Those Darlins and Gregg Allman
Live On the Green, a free, public concert series held at Public Square in front of the Metro Courthouse, will launch its third season on Sept. 8.
A decade of magic in Manchester
10 years of musical memories
The Features shared the stage with The Bohannons on Friday, April 8 at The Walnut House in Murfreesboro, Tenn. Mixing in some new tunes with the classics, The Features closed down the venue after the midnight hour.
With a spring tour beginning on April 8, Jason Isbell will hit a few dates in the Southeast before stopping in Nashville, Tenn. on April 16.
Backstage Bash promises dancing in the streets
YEAH and the folks that bring you Nashville’s “Best New Music Camp for Kids,” the Tennessee Teens Rock and Roll Camp, present their first Rock Block Showcase of 2011.
With a new album on the way plans are also in the works for a winter tour that will land Tristen on the West Coast after hitting The Basement in Nashville.
The one-night-only show, Chris Cagle Unbridled: Celebrating 20 Years of Saddle Up!, benefits Middle Tennessee's oldest and largest recreational therapeutic horseback riding program.
With a first look at Anderson East, the golden locks can be misleading. He could easily be confused with typical stereotypes, but when you hear the voice it’s hard not to believe that he is the real deal.
Southern-tinged sounds from Murfreesboro’s Glossary were among those heard at the fifth annual Next Big Nashville, an independent music conference.
The Murfreesboro Symphony Orchestra is set to open its 2010-11 season, celebrating Middle Tennessee’s musicians, with a musical tour through New York City.
The 33rd annual Uncle Dave Macon Days are set to honor Norman and Nancy Blake with the 2010 Uncle Dave Macon Days Heritage Award.
The concert is free and guests are encouraged to bring non-perishable food items and bottled water to help Feed America First benefit flood victims and needy families.
Jazz will sizzle as cool front moves in.