BWW Review: A BRONX TALE Gets A Warm Welcome At Nashville’s Tennessee Performing Arts Center (Broadway World Nashville)
No doubt about it, A Bronx Tale – the musical version of Chazz Palminteri’s original 1989 one man show (he played some 18 characters in the original work) that ultimately led to a 1993 film directed by Robert DeNiro – is one engaging night of theater, telling an intriguing story of a boy who grows to manhood on the mean streets of The Bronx, in the shadow of local wiseguy/mob kingpin Sonny, played here by Joe Barbara with chilling authenticity and palpable, if oily, charm.
Grammys: Nashville stars hit the red carpet (Tennessean)
The red carpet was rolled out for every kind of Nashville music-maker on Sunday, as the 61st annual Grammy Awards returned to Los Angeles. Early arrivals on the carpet included Nashville super-producer Dave Cobb, hit songwriter Nicole Galyon and singer-songwriter Anderson East.
Nashville Symphony Announces 2019/20 Season (Broadway World Nashville)
The Nashville Symphony has announced the lineup for its 2019/20 season, which kicks off in September and features an extensive variety of classical, pops, jazz and family concerts, including top-flight guest artists, film favorites with live orchestral accompaniment, unique speaker events and much more.
Carl Pope Brings His Message of ‘Personal and Authentic’ Art to Nashville (Nashville Scene)
If you could distill the spirit of Nashville into an art show, it would be the one that acclaimed artist Carl Pope conceived and curated for Tennessee State University.
The Hottest Restaurants in Nashville Right Now, February 2019 (Eater Nashville)
Tipsters, readers, and friends of Eater Nashville always want to know: Where should diners eat right this second? What are the newest and hottest restaurants?
It’s All Your Fault: When JoFA Is Not Enough: Worried about the Preds’ latest losing streak? You’re not alone. (Nashville Scene)
No, it’s not time to panic. The Preds are still near the top of their division and a spot in the playoffs is all but clinched — but even when the numbers look good, there’s still plenty of room for improvement.
Loved ones remember Nashville musician killed in robbery (13 WTHR)
Family and friends say a young Nashville musician who was shot to death outside his home last week was witty, musically talented and had an easy way of making others feel he cared about their struggles. The comments came at a Monday memorial service for 24-year-old Kyle Yorlets.