Nashville Newsletter for August 17, 2010
Dan's thought for the day:
My luck is so bad that if I bought a cemetery, people would stop dying. -
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have new articles, CD reviews, interviews and photos on the magazine
site. Please visit www.musicnewsnashville.com to
check them out.
SHOWCASES AND EVENTS: We
have a LOT of new gigs listed under SHOWCASES AND EVENTS (under the EVENTS
button) on the magazine site. If you're looking for something to do
tonight, check it out. If you would like to have your event/gig
listed, please send it to me through Facebook or the MNN contacts page AT
LEAST one week in advance, and make sure to list all the pertinent
information. This is for anywhere in North America (including
have contest listings for artists, songwriters and bands. Get your
music heard and published. Visit the website and click on FOR
ARTISTS/WRITERS, then CONTESTS/COMPETITIONS for more information.
LATEST NEWS HEADLINES:
Every weekday we update our latest news section with what's happening in
the music industry. Here are today's headlines...
- Lionel Richie Announced as Special Guest at Country Music
Hall of Fame Los Angeles Event Sept. 23
- Karling Ignites Orange County's Rockabilly Scene Every Wednesday Night at
Big's Bar & Grill
- Taylor Swift's "Mine" Debuts At #1 On Billboard Hot Digital
- Oprah Mag Hails Megan McCormick's "Bright Alto, Growly Guitar"
- Hillsong LIVE With Reuben Morgan Tour Sold-Out Every Venue
- Thompson Square Added To Jason Aldean's Wide Open Tour
- 'Electric Light Orchestra Live: The Early Years' Comes To DVD August 24,
- Blake Shelton Holds On To The #1 iTunes Spot All Week
- What's New With Award-Winning Singer/Songwriter John Enghauser
- Sunday Edition Set to Release Sunday Worship Next Month
- Reba McEntire Introduces Us to 'All the Women I Am'
- Josh Thompson Ready to 'Rock the Beach' With Lynyrd Skynyrd
- Buck Owens Honored With Star on Bakersfield Walk of Fame
- Randy Montana Gives Hometown Crowd a Taste of New Album
- Mix Nashville to Feature Keynoters Dodd and Niebank
- Johnny Mathis Goes Country
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