Nashville, TN – Time is running out on theas they lose another one at home to the St. Louis Blues, 1-0, at Bridgestone Arena.
Nashville has dropped their last four games and tonight’s loss puts a damper on their slim play-off hopes. The Predators are five points out of the play-offs, trailing the Detroit Red Wings, and only have seven games to try to make a surge.
St. Louis Blues vs.
Tuesday, April 9th, 2013 | 7:00pm (CT)
Nashville, TN – The Nashville Predators return to the Bridgestone Arena, battered and bruised, and desperately trying to make the play-offs, when they host the St. Louis Blues Tuesday night at 7:00pm CT in “Smashville.”
The Predators are coming off two hard fought losses to the Chicago Blackhawks over the weekend.
San Jose Sharks vs.
Tuesday, February 12th | 7:00pm (CT)
Sunday night’s tilt marked only the third time that the Predators have failed to earn at least a point in the standings this season (5-3-4, 14 pts). All three of Nashville’s regulation losses this season have been shutouts. The Predators and Sharks meet for the second time in 10 days with this being the Sharks only visit to Nashville during the 2012-13 season. «Read the rest of this article»
Chicago Blackhawks vs.
Sunday, February 10th | 7:00pm (CT)
On Saturday night, Paul Gaustad tallied his first regular-season goal in a Predators sweater when he beat Niklas Backstrom midway through the first period – he tallied his first goal for the Predators in Game One of the 2012 Western Conference Quarterfinals against Detroit (April 11th, 2012). «Read the rest of this article»
Clarksville, TN – Whenever Beachaven Vineyard and Winery holds one of their Jazz on the Lawn concerts you know you will have a good time. That was the case with Saturday’s Concert Featuring Richard Waters and the Blues Boyz.
It was much cooler than it had been at recent concerts, however some may have been discouraged from attending by the overcast skies which threatened rain, those who did attend had a really great time as they listened to a mixture of Blues, Funk, and Rock from the Nashville based band.
Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville’s Department and Recreation held there second Jammin’ in the Alley concert of the year last night at Strawberry Alley. The concert showcased the talents of Rooted Wings, a musical duo comprised of John Winters and Samantha Hawkins.
After a few open mic night collaborations when Winters and Hawkins knew that they wanted to form a cohesive act together, and have combined their unique styles folding the blues, jazz, and a variety of popular music together into a fresh and rhythmic sound.
Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville’s Parks and Recreation department is excited to announce The Rooted Wings to play at the next Jammin’ in the Alley concert June 15th.
The annual summer concert series, presented by U.S. Bank, is now in its 5th season and will feature a variety of local talent. In addition to the live music, downtown restaurants will offer outdoor dining for concert-goers.
Clarksville, TN – It’s hard to believe another year has passed and we are gearing up for the 10th annual Festival, April 19th-21st. As usual there will be tons of free concerts, entertainment and activities.
But, because it is our birthday, and we think a big one, the Festival has a few surprises up its sleeve, but you’ll have to come out and see!
Close battles have been a trend between these two Central Division rivals with 16 of the last 24 meetings decided by one goal. Nashville is 21-11-7 all-time against the Blues on Bridgestone ice, including 5-2-3 mark since 2008-09. The series has required a franchise-high 22 overtime periods to decide a winner. The Predators are 12-6-4 in those games, with all 11 wins coming since the 2005-06 season. Additionally, 11 of those 22 games have gone to a shootout, tying Nashville and St. Louis for the League lead during that span. Nashville has an 8-3 record in shootouts against St. Louis. «Read the rest of this article»
Album’s debut single, “Anything Other Than Love” at Country radio now
Hear Me Now includes Allen’s current single, the danceable Country-shuffle “Anything Other Than Love,” which continues its steady climb up the Music Row chart. The 12 songs on the album reflect Allen’s overall versatility as a singer and songwriter, as well as her trademark ability to incorporate elements of Country, Blues, Pop, Rock and Gospel into a cohesive piece of art. Allen also produced nine of the album’s 12 tracks.
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