News from Nashville
Trisha Yearwood to celebrate her 20th Anniversary as Opry member
Trisha Yearwood will celebrate her 20thAnniversary as a Grand Ole Opry member with an appearance on the Opry Tuesday, March 12. Yearwood was inducted into the Opry family on March 13, 1999 by legendary Opry stalwart Porter Wagoner. Click HERE to see the moment Yearwood became a member of the Grand Ole Opry 20 years ago. Of all […]
Keslea Ballerini’s “Miss Me More” enters the Top 20
Marking her fastest rising single to date, Black River Entertainment artist KELSEA BALLERINI’s “Miss Me More” entered the Top 20 in only 12 weeks and currently sits at No. 17 on the Mediabase Chart. The chart-rising single has earned more than 65 million global streams, totaling more than one billion streams for Ballerini. “Miss Me More” is currently […]
Rascal Flatts is set for a new headlining tour and more
Superstar vocal group and the pinnacle of touring warriors Rascal Flatts, announced their stacked headlining SUMMER PLAYLIST TOUR today. Kicking off at two-thirds of the group’s home state of Ohio with a stop in Cincinnati on 5/16, the trio revealed they will be curating a playlist of special guests to join them on the road this summer. Known for championing […]
Maren Morris to release her new album “Girl”
Maren Morris is set to release her new album GIRL on March 8. The 14-track new album is Morris’ sophomore major-label album for Columbia Records Nashville. Album pre-orders for GIRL are available beginning today and fans who pre-order GIRLbefore the March 8 release will instantly receive “Common” (feat. Brandi Carlile), the second song to release off the forthcoming new project and follow-up […]
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Jackson Christian's JD Byrd resigns as boys basketball coach amid investigation
Jackson Christian head coach JD Byrd has resigned amid an investigation.
Lexington softball off to hot start with young squad
Of the 14 players on Lexington's softball roster, seven are freshmen.
Government anti-discrimination bill passes House amid criticism from LGBT advocates
House Bill 563, sponsored by Rep. Jason Zachary, R-Knoxville, passed in the House on a 68-22 vote.
Tennessee Board of Regents approves new student fees and 17 new programs throughout system
Several programs at Tennessee community and technical colleges will carry new or increased fees for the 2019-2020 academic year.