Backstage with Brantley Gilbert, country music's reformed bad boy

Gilbert’s The Ones That Like Me Tour stretches through October. It's an important trek for the country artist who, with two platinum-selling albums and hits including “One Hell of an Amen,” “You Don’t Know Her Like I Do” and “The Weekend," is working to take his career to the next level. His songs speak to the working class and he strives to keep his ticket prices low. In August, he’ll jump on Kid Rock’s Red Blooded Rock N Roll Redneck Extravaganza Tour. But Nashville is an industry town, and none of the da

Van Morrison to headline AmericanaFest

It's been eight years since Van Morrison played Nashville, but the singer-songwriter, known for classics like "Moondance," "Brown Eyed Girl" "Into the Mystic" and "Tupelo Honey," is scheduled to return this fall.

Sweet Harmony

Nashville hits a high note in business, tourism and sustainability. Published in Global Traveler - April 2017 issue. Written by Katie McElveen

Americana takes over Ascend

Nashville's annual Americana Music Festival will have hosted more than 150 performances in Music City by the end of the week, and they've saved some of the biggest names and brightest stars for last.

Phish Kicks out The Jam at Ascend Amphitheater

In a town where beloved tradition routinely butts up against progress, Tuesday night's sold-out Phish show fit right in. We arrived too late to scope out the lot — we're not even sure where "the lot" would be in a rapidly developing section of downtown populated by pay lots and garages — but as we strolled along the riverfront to the gates of the new Ascend Amphitheater, we passed a parade of heads sporting tie-dye and sandals, fingers in the air, looking for a miracle (in the form of a spare ticket). Insid

20 Nashville Happenings: August 2015

The days of summer are quickly slipping by, but we are not ready to bid a final farewell to afternoons by the pool and weekend excursions to the lake just yet. Before we dive into fall, get out this month, grab your friends and family, and hit these local events.