The Twenty-Fifth Annual Blue Suede Dinner & Auction
To benefit the Exchange Club-Carl Perkins Center for the Prevention of Child Abuseat Carl Perkins Civic Center
News from Nashville
Mark Wills is inducted into the Grand Ole Opry
Photo by Chris Hollo for the Grand Ole Opry Longtime Opry favorite Mark Wills became the newest member of the Grand Ole Opry tonight during a sold-out performance at the Ryman Auditorium. Craig Morgan, a 10-year Opry member, officially welcomed Wills to the Opry family. “It’s a great honor to be a part of this […]
Faster Horses Festival announced their lineup
Faster Horses Festival announced the gigantic lineup for its seventh year during a special “Faster Horses Happy Hour” live online event this afternoon, kicking off the festivities at full speed. During the fan-interactive streaming event, it was revealed that Toby Keith, Keith Urban and Zac Brown Band will headline the three-day camping festival taking place in […]
Chris Young debuts new song “Raised On Country”
Multi-platinum RCA Nashville recording artist Chris Young is “one helluva country singer” (Music Row) and one listen to his “rich baritone” (The Tennessean) and there is no doubt he was “Raised On Country.” “A traditionalist in an era of boundary movers” (New York Times), the 33-year old Young pays homage to his predecessors and country music icons Merle […]
Randy Houser debuts new album on NPR Music’s First Listen
In advance of its January 11th release, Randy Houser’s highly anticipated new album, Magnolia, is now available to stream in its entirety via NPR Music’s First Listen. Houser is set to perform his favorite song from the album, “No Stone Unturned” on Good Morning America on release day (1/11). Tune in Friday morning, to catch […]
Jackson Sun Headlines
Milan High junior aimed for, attained perfect ACT score
16-year old , Milan High junior William Carter scored the perfect 36 on the ACT and joined the 0.195 percent of test takers who score perfectly.
Group marches to remember and carry on MLK's legacy on Martin Luther King Day in Jackson
... Cyntoia Brown, a child slave who was previously convicted of first-degree murder in the death of her captor... recently granted clemency ...
Madison County Finance Director to retire amid controversy related to IRS fine
The retirement is just two weeks after the county commission and Mayor's office became aware of a $208,520 fine by the IRS.
Madison County resident was there the day Martin Luther King was shot
Madison County woman who was there when it happened never thought about the lasting effects of the events in the hours afterward.