News from Nashville
EXCLUSIVE First Listen: Drew Jacobs’ new song “If She Ain’t Country”
Drew Jacobs is set to release his new song entitled “If She Ain’t Country” which will be available for purchase on Friday, August 17th. Jacobs blends together country music along with other genre influences into his style. His debut album Got Me Like Whoa hit the #1 spot on iTunes Country chart. Jacobs stated, “The fans are […]
Kenny Chesney earns some metal with his Trip Around the Sun Tour
Few artists love writing songs, finding songs and playing songs as much as Kenny Chesney. Over the course of 20 albums, 15 of new music, the kid from East Tennessee has created some of the 21st century’s most enduring classics. With his Trip Around the Sun Tour heading into its final weekends, all of those songs are now certified […]
Bobby Bare and Friends Podcast features Trace Adkins
From 1983 to 1988 Bobby Bare hosted the TV show “Bobby Bareand Friends” on TNN: The Nashville Network. Thanks to Bare’s easy-going manner, the series captured American musicians and songwriters in an intimate way that few televised programs had at the time. The show was based on what Bare called “guitar pulling”: “That’s where somebody […]
Old Dominion announce their Ryman Auditorium show with Friends
Acclaimed country band Old Dominion excitedly announce “An Evening with Friends,” a very special headline show at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN on September 18, 2018. The concert will benefit both The Opry Trust Foundation and The Ryan Seacrest Foundation. Tickets go on sale this Friday, August 17, 2018, at this LINK. A special fan pre-sale begins at this LINK. Said Old Dominion frontman Matthew Ramsey, “The Ryman has been a bucket […]
Jackson Sun Headlines
Community Montessori students enjoy dinner with the governor
But their late night on Sunday is understandable as they got to enjoy dinner with Gov. Bill Haslam and his wife, Crissy.
Scotts Hill head football coach Duncan resigns; facing statutory rape charges
Scotts Hill High School head football coach Daniel Duncan resigned from his position abruptly on Tuesday, three days before the Lions’ season is set to begin.
Schools follow law in displaying 'In God We Trust'
That meant the phrase was to be displayed prominently somewhere where students pass each day for their viewing in each school.
Aretha Franklin, ‘Queen of Soul’ who transformed American music, dies at 76
Aretha Franklin, whose impassioned, riveting voice made her a titan of American music, died of pancreatic cancer on Thursday, her niece Sabrina Owens confirmed. She was 76.