Gov. Bill Lee issued an executive order on Friday that gave much-needed relief and guidance on how governing bodies may conduct meetings electronically in light of a need to contain the spread of coronavirus.
I think – I know – this will be the first Easter I will spend without my youngest who is 26. She lives and works in Chattanooga and will shelter in place this holiday to be safe.
I doubt many people have ever heard of Sal Hackett. I would further imagine even fewer people knew him. For the most part, he lived out his life on the Hackett farm in the Lock 7 community of Smith County.
If there was ever an artist where the quote, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” applied, Tiffany Ashton is that artist. Of course, she is pretty, vivacious and has great vocals, but honestly, so do a lot of aspiring artists who come to Music City. But there is so much more Tiffany’s story.
Someone has said common sense is not so common. In reality, common sense is really uncommon sense. Some have described common sense as walking around sense, implying one’s being in touch with everyday reality.
It will probably come as no surprise to you that we have a chance of rain every day this week. Temperatures will continue to be mild with highs in the 60s, and we could hit 70 on Thursday and Friday.
By now, you might have heard the story of a group of valets standing around a car, as if something was wrong with it. The owner turned around and asked, “What’s the problem?” One valet replied, almost embarrassingly, “None of us know how to drive stick shift.”
Portland, Oregon-based root-rockers Fruition will be in Nashville on March 6 for their show at Basement East with Katie Toupin. I spoke with lead singer Jay Cobb Anderson to find out how this eclectic group got their start.
I’ve known Regie Hamm for many years, and my husband grew up with him. I even know the highlights of his amazing career, but what I didn’t know was his “where I came from” story. So finally, after nearly three years of blogging, I decided it was time to sit down with this remarkable songwrit…
Young drummer Mia Morris is one of the most sought-after musicians in Music City. Her uncanny rock sensibility rivals those who have been in the genre for years.
Kasey Tyndall isn’t a little bit country and a little bit rock n’ roll. She’s a whole lot country and even more rock n’ roll. If Joan Jett and Gretchen Wilson had a baby, it would be Kasey.