Music City Update:

04/03/2020

Yesterday's deadly tornado in downtown Nashville continues to reverberate through the community and, unsurprisingly, across Country radio and the music industry. Artists, stations and individuals are already pledging support, starting fundraising efforts and spreading the word. Those efforts will be detailed in this publication over the coming days and weeks. In the meantime, the Red Cross has asked the public to stop making material donations at area tornado shelters, as the need has already been exceeded. Blood donations are still being encouraged, as are financial contributions here; volunteer signups are underway here. Through the grief of loss of life, injury and immense property damage, Nashville – as it did a decade ago – is already rising.

 


News Archive

Jimmy Capps has passed away at the age of 81 (03/06/2020)
Roy Orbison Museum Set To Open in Nashville In 2021 (03/06/2020)
Fellow artists mourn the loss of their friend and share fond memories that have left them forever inspired by the timeless, Jimmy Capps. (03/06/2020)
More artists reflect on the passing of Jimmy Capps (03/06/2020)
A new member joins Runaway June (17/05/2020)
Fellow Singer/Songwriters and Friends Remember and Mourn the Loss of Rock ā€˜Nā€™ Roll Icon Little Richard (10/05/2020)
Little Richard dies at the age of 87 in Nashville (09/05/2020)
The 3rd edition of The Long Road will now take place 10th - 12th September 2021 (07/05/2020)
Wedding Belle: Dwight Yoakam wed Emily Joyce (05/05/2020)
HAROLD REID, BASS VOCALIST IN THE STATLER BROTHERS AND COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME MEMBER, PASSES AT AGE 80 (27/04/2020)

 

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