Nashville, TN – On December 28th, 2016, 3rd and Lindsley in Nashville, Tennessee hosted a special celebration concert starring keyboardist Johnny Neel with The Last Word along with special guests Jack Pearson – guitar, female vocalists Nanette Bohannon, Kelli Bruce & Cindy Shelton, Randy Boen – guitar, Russell Wright – bass and Curt Redding on drums.
The collective presented material from Neel’s new record 66/16. This 32 track, double disc features tunes dating back to 1966 through 2016 with songs reflecting changes in musical styles and social issues through the decades. The CD is also a comprehensive retrospective of the half century long career of Johnny Neel.
101st Airborne Division Band to perform Holiday Concert at Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library
Clarksville, TN – The 101st Airborne Division Band from Fort Campbell, KY will be performing in the atrium of the Clarksville-Montgomery County Public Library at 6:00pm on Tuesday, December 13th.
The show will feature several different types of musical groupings including a brass quintet and a jazz combo for an hour-long concert.
Clarksville, TN – Edward’s Steakhouse presents a monthly music concert called “Music & Martinis”, featuring local artists headed by Debbie Wilson of Wilson Entertainment.
The special nights include a special menu with ½ price appetizers, Martinis at $5.00 and ½ price select wines. For dinner and show the price is $50.00 per person. Gratuity not included.
Reservations and dinner selections may be made by calling 931.906.8877.
Clarksville, TN – David Steinquest, Austin Peay State University professor of music, sat rubbing his gray beard, looking a little tired. For thirty-two years, he’s hosted the APSU Department of Music’s wildly popular Halloween Percussion Concert, and each fall, he tries to top the previous year’s performance.
“This is the biggest one ever,” he said, slumping in his chair. “I might have to just quit now.”
Montgomery Central High School Percussion Ensemble to hold “The Quest for the Golden Drum”, October 25th
Great concert, great costumes, and a great cause are a winning combination for your Tuesday evening entertainment!
Cunningham, TN – On Tuesday, October 25th, 2016 the Montgomery Central High School Percussion Ensemble is presenting a family-friendly trunk-or-treat and fall concert. Admission to the event is two canned food items, which will be donated to the Manna Café.
The event will take place at Montgomery Central High School in the theater. Kids of all ages are encouraged to dress up in school appropriate costumes.
Clarksville, TN – General public tickets are now available for a concert featuring platinum recording artist Frankie Ballard, with special guest Jason Mizelle.
The event, presented by the APSU Govs Programming Council (GPC), is a part of 2016 Austin Peay State University Homecoming.
Clarksville, TN – The City of Clarksville and Convergys are excited to announce Inside Out is coming to the big screen Saturday, September 24th as part of the 2016 Movies in the Park series.
Movies in the Park will take place at the Liberty Park Amphitheater, located at 1188 Cumberland Drive. Pre-show activities will include a free concert with local singer/songwriter, Sarah Jayne at 4:00pm and Christian music artist, Alphonse Prather at 5:00pm.
Clarksville, TN – Join the City of Clarksville and Miller Lite along the banks of the Cumberland River at McGregor Park as we celebrate Clarksville’s river heritage at the 28th annual Riverfest Celebration, September 8th-10th, 2016.
This FREE, three-day music and arts festival features three stages of local and nationally-known and diverse entertainers, cultural groups, delicious food, and fun for the entire family.
Documentaries Exploring Clarksville’s Past, Present, and Future to be shown at Roxy Regional Theatre
Clarksville, TN – The Clarksville/Montgomery County Arts and Heritage Development Council and Roxy Regional Theatre will present during the month of September a series of six videos exploring people and events from Clarksville’s past, present and future.
The series will take place in the Roxy theatre on Sundays and Tuesdays and was made possible by a placemaking grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission. The showings are free and open to the public.
The videos run about 30 minutes and community members are encouraged to join in the discussion afterward exploring Clarksville’s unique character and how to maintain and enhance a strong sense of place in its citizens.
Nashville, TN – “Welcome to the show that made country music famous, the Grand Ole Opry!” It started off as a radio show back in 1925. It is now the longest running program of all time where millions can tune in regularly to Opry broadcasts via a mobile app, SiriusXM Satellite Radio, Nashville’s 650 AM WSM, and on www.opry.com or www.wsmonline.com
The concerts feature multiple generations of artists from up and comers to the legends who have been members of the Opry for decades. Membership is a privilege – one is asked to join the Opry. With that honor comes some obligations such as playing at the Opry a certain number of times per year.
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