Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:00 AM
Flying Monkey Marathon Aid Station
Nashville Running Company – Once again, Nashville Running Company has an aid station at the infamous Harpeth Hills Flying Monkey Marathon! We're stationed at the Luke Lea Scenic Overlook which will aid racers at miles 6 and 19. Help us hand out water, gels, and fun! If you've never been to an NRC aid station at Monkey, then you are missing out one of the best days of the year!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 AM
Caring Santa-A morning with Santa for children with special needs
RiverGate Mall – Caring Santa A Morning with Santa for Children with Special Needs Sunday, November 19 8 a.m. – 10:30 a.m. Located in Center Court at the Santa Set Free Event | Please RSVP Children with special needs and their families are invited to a special photo session and activities with Caring Santa. No bright lights and loud music, Santa will be walking around to visit with children who would like to visit with him, a professional photographer will provide the family with one FREE photo with Caring Santa (packages are available for purchase), activities will be provided, a story time will be on going and gluten free cookies, juice and water will be available. The closest entrance to the Santa set is located through the set of doors located between JCPenney and Jumpstreet. Thank you to our sponsors: Lyttle Fox Therapy, LLC Autism Tennessee Bellevue Library - Nashville Public Library Chick-fil-A Rivergate David Kincaid Photography Worldwide Photography
Sunday Nov 19 @ 11:00 AM
“The Science of Gratitude” with Rev. Franklin Privette + Talisha
Music City Center For Spiritual Living – “The Science of Gratitude” with Rev. Franklin Privette + Special Music with Talisha Holmes. A group of scientists has chosen to look beneath the warm fuzzy feelings of gratitude and investigate how it REALLY affects human life. In today’s talk we will examine some of their procedures and discoveries.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 12:00 PM
Agape Animal Rescue – Let's Gather & Give Thanks for our canine companions at BarkHappy Nashville Barks-Giving Pawty to benefit Agape Rescue! on Sunday November 19th from 12pm-2pm at Nashville Tail Blazers! Tickets are advanced purchase only and early bird tickets are limited! Don't miss the fun, free prizes and your chance to win some exciting give-aways! Purchase your tickets today and a portion of the proceeds will be donated to Agape Animal Rescue! https://NashvilleBarksGiving.eventbrite.com/ All tickets include: - FREE Professional Pet Photos wth Music City Furtography - FREE Cinnamon Lip Spread from Sin Min - FREE Pet Bandanna from Pet Supermarket - FREE "Ask The Expert" Training and Behavioral Advice from NTB's Trained and Experienced Staff - FREE Tennis Ball from Belmont Animal Hospital - FUN Treat Catching Contest - EXCITING Raffle Drawings! Remember: ALL BarkHappy App users will receive 10% off your ticket price by using the promo code found inside the BarkHappy app! Look in the events section to find this event. The promo code details are listed at the bottom! "Barks-giving" is fun for the whole family!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
TailGate Beer – Sunday before Thanksgiving we'll be celebrating the things we're thankful for - pizza, beer, and our community. Come in enjoy a special offer on food and beer available for purchase all day, day of as well as music all afternoon!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 1:00 PM
Belmont Men's Basketball vs. TBA (2k Classic)
Belmont MOB – SUNDAY FUN DAY
Sunday Nov 19 @ 3:00 PM
Handstands, Hugs & Happiness Tour
Shakti Power Yoga – Margaret Njeri & Victoria Wangari are bringing the energy and enthusiasm of the Africa Yoga Project Shine Center in Nairobi to Nashville! Join us for a 60-minute donation class to support AYP's mission in Kenya and beyond!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 3:30 PM
Zumba® Party For Lungevity Nashville
RiverGate Mall – Join us Sunday, Novermber 19, in Sears Court from 3:30-5:30pm to raise funds and awareness for LUNGevity Foundation / Breathe Deep Nashville and Lung Cancer Awareness. Wear blue and bring a friend for TWO hours of dancing with some of the area's best Zumba® instructors. Get a head start on your Holiday shopping while you are here!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 4:00 PM
Greasy Spoon Live at Soulshine!
Soulshine Pizza Factory - Nashville – Greasy Spoon Live at Soulshine!
Sunday Nov 19 @ 5:00 PM
An Evening with Scott Hamilton & Friends
Bridgestone Arena – The second annual Nashville Ice Show benefitting the Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation, will take place Nov. 19 at 5 pm. Co-hosted by special guest Peggy Fleming, this event will simultaneously feature live music and ice skating from Olympic, World and National Champions Katia Gordeeva, Meryl Davis, Kurt Browning, Jeremy Abbott, Jeffrey Buttle, Kimmie Meissner, Michael Weiss, Alissa Czisny, Ryan Bradley, Steven Cousins, Sinead Kerr-Marshall & John Kerr, Kiira Korpi and Kimberly Navarro & Brent Bommentre. Sheryl Crow will be joined on the music stage by GRAMMY Award winner Darius Rucker, legendary guitarist & songwriter Steve Cropper, singer, songwriter & actor Charles Esten (“Nashville”), lead singer of GRAMMY-nominated & American Music Award-wining band MercyMe Bart Millard, 2017 ACM and GRAMMY nominee Cassadee Pope and GRAMMY-nominated artist and Opry inductee Chris Young. Tickets on sale now! https://scottcares.org/events/evening-scott-hamilton-friends
Sunday Nov 19 @ 5:00 PM
Family Thanksgiving Meal
Aspen Grove Christian Church – Everyone is invited to join us around a table of thanksgiving.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 6:00 PM
Soulshine Sunday Jam at Soulshine Music Loft
Soulshine Pizza Factory - Nashville – Soulshine Sunday Jam at Soulshine Music hosted by The Soulshine Family Band. Never Know who's going to show up and jam!Brought to you by Good People Brewing Company.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:00 PM
Malcolm Holcombe, Tim Easton, Rorey Carroll
The Basement Nashville – $7 ADV/ $10 DOORS / Age 21 And Up Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7615925/basement
Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:00 PM
Minton Sparks with Special Guest in the Lounge - 11/19
City Winery Nashville – In the South, there are certain figures that take on a mythological air. They’re the folks that only have one name below the Mason-Dixon—the Dollys, the Garths, the Rebas of the world. They feel like family even though you’ve never met them; they make you rethink your patch of ground by telling you about theirs; they conjure some old storm inside you that you didn’t even know was brewing. Nashville speaker-songwriter Minton Sparks follows in the tradition of these legends—but on her own terms. She recently made her debut on the Grand Ole Opry at the Ryman Auditorium. Though her spoken word/honky-tonk hybrid performances elicit whoops, hollers, and general hell-raising from beer-swilling good ole boys and latte-sipping intellectuals alike; and though she’s been dubbed everything from the lovechild of Flannery O’Connor and Hank Williams to a backwoods Lucinda Williams, no one knows exactly what or who Minton Sparks really is. On the one hand, she’s a decorated poet, playwright, and author that’s been invited to prestigious events like the Geraldine R. Dodge Poetry Festival and Berry College’s Southern Women Writer’s Conference (alongside Maya Angelou and Kaye Gibbons). On the other hand, she’s a blue-collar troubadour that’s performed in the American Songbook Series at the Lincoln Center, appeared at the venerable Old Towne School of Folk Music, and served as teller-in-residence at the Jonesborough National Storytelling Festival. Whatever she is and whatever she’s doing, it’s working: Minton’s been featured on NPR’s All Things Considered, BBC’s Bob Harris Show, and WoodSong’s Old-Time Radio. This past year, she was selected as a Fellow at the Vanderbilt Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy. This year, she will be an artist in residence at the Banff Performing Arts Center. She’s also shared the stage with country and folk heavyweights like Rodney Crowell, John Prine, Nanci Griffith, and Punch Brothers. A Tennessee native, former social worker, divinity school dropout, first-ever Spoken Word Award recipient at the Conference on Southern Literature, and founder of The Nashville Writing and Performance Institute, Minton established herself as Nashville’s first non-singing country singer with the release of 2001’s Middlin’ Sisters, where she had a chance to collaborate with the legendary Waylon Jennings. Since then, she’s released two studio follow-ups—This Dress (2003), featuring a blues cut with Keb’ Mo. and Sin Sick (2005), where the Punch Brother’s Chris Thile haunted her words with his otherworldly mandolin—and a live record cut at Nashville’s Vahalla of bluegrass, The Station Inn. On her first three efforts, Minton tells the hilarious, humble, and heartbreaking tales of characters like Giddy Up Gibson and Wicked Widow Pots over earnest finger-picking and gospel piano. They’re vienna sausage vignettes that not only speak to Minton’s storytelling, but to her authenticity as a true southerner as well. As John Prine aptly put it, “Minton Sparks is a great storyteller—humanity with humidity, all told humorously with humility.” On her fifth release, Gold Digger, Minton breaks new (swampy) ground without losing an ounce of the hands-on-hip attitude of her earlier releases—and she’s enlisted legendary talent to help. Side A sees longtime Minton bandleader and guitarist John Jackson—a seasoned road warrior who has played with the likes of Bob Dylan, Lucinda Williams, Shelby Lynne, and Tom Jones—channeling Muddy Waters and John Fogerty instead of his usual Chet Atkins and Carl Perkins. If Jackson was picking and grinning on Minton’s previous releases, he’s grunting and moaning on Gold Digger. When paired with Minton, he completes the duo’s country-fried Mick and-Keith dynamic. Gold Digger’s first half might take you to the Delta, but Side B takes you on an airboat up to Nola. Guitarist Joe McMahan’s soulful Dixieland licks are accompanied by David Jaques (upright bass), and Shad Cobb (fiddle and banjo), making for what Nashville Scene and Rolling Stone Country contributor Jewly Hight describes as a “sinewy swing.” Combine both halves of Gold Digger with production from the late, great Brian Harrison and stories about silicon-enhanced sugar-daddy hunters, and you’ve got a regular rural based opus. Just consider it another chapter in the already vibrant mythology of Minton Sparks.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 7:30 PM
Joe Biden: American Promise Tour
Schermerhorn Symphony Center – Joe Biden has always believed that when given a chance, ordinary people can do extraordinary things. As a scrappy kid from Scranton who rose to the Office of Vice President, he is no exception. During his 45 years of public service, one of Biden’s greatest strengths has been his ability to bring people together, even in crisis, even across difficult divides, all the while, respecting everybody at the table. This fall, Vice President Biden will travel the nation for his American Promise Tour, a series of conversations that will go beyond the 24-hour news cycle and 140-character arguments to connect friends and neighbors around the topics that matter most. Biden will reveal the big political moments of his career, the life-altering choices he made, and the key traits that have helped him persevere through challenges. He will share how the loss of his son Beau tested his resolve, and how he is finding new purpose in a time of uncertainty. Each ticket includes a copy of Joe Biden’s forthcoming memoir, Promise Me, Dad: A Year of Hope, Hardship, and Purpose (a $27 value, on sale November 14 from Flatiron Books). **Tickets for the American Promise Tour go on sale to the general public on Friday, July 28 at 10 a.m. local time. Presales begin Tuesday, July 18 at 10 a.m. local time.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 PM
JOHN MORELAND w/ Joey Kneiser
3rd & Lindsley Nashville – $ 18.00 - $20.00 / Age All Ages Additional Info: Big Bad Luv is the record John Moreland made after, after everything in his life changed. For the better.He sings in one of those accents from flyover country that's impossible to locate and implausible to mimic. (Texas, by way of Northern Kentucky, but mostly Tulsa, as it happens.) He sings directly from his heart, with none of the restraint and filters and caution the rest of us would apply for public protection. He sings with resolute courage.He sings.And writes. Writes with simple eloquence about love and faith and isolation; the human condition; what every song and poem and novel is about, at the core: Life."Break My Heart Sweetly" came from his second solo album, released in 2013 and titled In the Throes. High on Tulsa Heat, released through Thirty Tigers, landed him on Colbert's stage (that's the LP Colbert held up). Song placements on "Sons of Anarchy," an emerging artist nomination from the Americana Music Association.Enough sales to compel Moreland to give up his DIY label operation, and sign with 4AD. "It grew to the point where I couldn't really handle everything myself," he says. "Even with a manager and a small team, I came to the conclusion that I'd like to play music and not worry about the other stuff."Enough success to buy a measure of peace, and not more pain. "I expected to just play in the corner of the bar and have people not really pay attention, make $100, go home and go to work the next morning, doing something I didn't like," Moreland says. "So, yeah, I didn't really expect to be here. But, then, on the other hand, I did. I feel like I'm good enough to be here. And I've always been confident, even when I probably shouldn't have been. I knew I was an outsider. I didn't have a lot of faith in the music industry to let me in. But I guess they have. To some extent. That's what I hoped for, but I wasn't sure that would be how it worked."Big Bad Luv is, at least by comparison...maybe...a happier record? "I don't think I'm writing songs that are that much different," Moreland says. "It's always been a positive thing at heart, even if a song isn't sunshine and rainbows. At the very least my songs have been a way to exorcise negative feelings so that I can move on. And hopefully they provide that same experience to listeners. So that's what I'm still doing. I think it's a positive thing. I think this record, there's definitely a change in attitude, but it's the same point of view."Oh, yeah. And Tchad Blake mixed it. "He's also the only person I've ever worked with on a record whose name I can drop.""Slow down easy, I've been hauling a heavy soul," he sings, this song titled "Slow Down Easy." Carrying it for all of us, but no longer alone. Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7473025/3rdlindsley
Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 PM
Modern English w/ Entertainment & Krovi
The Basement East – $17 ADV / $20 DOS / Age 21 And Up Tickets: http://www.ticketweb.com/fb/7686095/basementeast
Sunday Nov 19 @ 8:00 PM
Shawn Colvin and Her Band With Special Guests - SOLD OUT
City Winery Nashville – Shawn Colvin “...extraordinary songs, mesmerising guitar playing, and a voice that goes effortlessly from bruise-tender to scar-hard in a matter of minutes...her lyrics are crafted and clever, full of subtlety and polished phrases...With delicious sarcasm and acerbic stories, she held the audience spellbound...her songs are so personal to her that they speak to everyone who listens” -The Guardian In an era when female singer-songwriters are ever more ubiquitous, Shawn Colvin stands out as a singular and enduring talent. Her songs are slow-release works of craft and catharsis that become treasured, lifetime companions for their listeners. As a storyteller, Colvin is both keen and warm-hearted, leavening even the toughest tales with tenderness, empathy, and a searing sense of humor. In the 27 years since the release of her debut album, Colvin has won three Grammy Awards, released eleven albums, written a critically acclaimed memoir, maintained a non-stop national and international touring schedule, appeared on countless television and radio programs, had her songs featured in major motion pictures, and created a remarkable canon of work. Colvin was born in Vermillion, South Dakota, where she lived until she was eight. A small-town childhood in the university town of Carbondale, Illinois, drew her to the guitar by the age of 10. She made her first public appearance on campus at the University of Illinois at age 15. By the late 1970s Colvin was singing in a Western Swing band in Austin, Texas—the city she now calls home. Moving to New York at the decade’s end she remained in the country music field as a member of the Buddy Miller Band until she met producer, guitarist, and co-writer John Leventhal. Leventhal inspired Colvin to find her own voice as a songwriter. She began honing her skill, and was soon signed to Columbia records. Her first album, Steady On won a Grammy Award for Best Contemporary Folk Recording. Colvin continued to win fans and critics with her subsequent releases, Fat City (1992) and Cover Girl(1994). In 1996, she released A Few Small Repairs (1996), which would prove to be her breakthrough. The murder-ballad Sunny Came Home gave Colvin a Top 10 hit, a platinum-selling album and twoof Grammy’s biggest honors: Record of the Year and Song of the Year. Holiday Songs And Lullabies (1998), recorded while Colvin was eight and a half months pregnant withher daughter Caledonia, followed. Her next studio album, Whole New You (2001)found Colvin examining her new motherhood and the responsibilities of family. Polaroids (2004) is a showcase for the first half of her recording career. Her Nonesuch debut These Four Walls (2006) was lauded by People Magazine as the most self-assured album of her career and one for the ages by the Washington Post. The Austin-American Statesman called it an exquisite portrait of strength and vulnerability. Shawn Colvin Live (2009), was recorded during a special three-night solo engagement at San Francisco’s famous jazz club, Yoshi’s.Live captures the beauty and intimacy of Colvin’s performances, showcasing her inimitable voice and matchless guitar stylings. Praised by both critics and fans, the album was honored with a Grammy Award nomination for Best Contemporary Folk Recording. All Fall Down (2012), Shawn’s eighth studio album, was the first to be produced by her longtime friend and cohort Buddy Miller (Patty Griffin, Robert Plant, Lucinda Williams). Recorded in Nashville with a group of stellar musicians, the album features performances by Alison Krauss, Emmylou Harris, Jakob Dylan, Bill Frisell, Viktor Krauss, Brian Blade, Stuart Duncan, and Julie Miller. The release of All Fall Down was simultaneous with that of her William Morrow/HarperCollins–published memoir, Diamond In The Rough. With the wit, lyricism, and empathy that have characterized Shawn’s performances and inspired audiences worldwide, Diamond in the Rough looks back over a rich lifetime of highs and lows with stunning insight and candor. Through its pages, we witness the inspiring story of a woman honing her artistry, finding her voice, and making herself whole. Shawn’s most recent solo endeavor, Uncovered (Fantasy Records, 2015), is the long-awaited follow up to fan-favorite Cover Girl. Uncovered's twelve tunes include masterful interpretations of songs by Bruce Springsteen, Paul Simon, Tom Waits, Stevie Wonder, Robbie Robertson and Graham Nash to name a few, but in their selection and delivery they are pure Shawn Colvin. In June 2016, Shawn Colvin and longtime friend Steve Earle united to release, Colvin & Earle, their acclaimed self-titled duo album. Produced by Buddy Miller, Colvin & Earle beautifully captures the pair’s extraordinary chemistry and is a true standout in careers already filled with pinnacles and masterpieces. The album received high praise from critics – NPR asserted that the duo Elevated their collaboration to the level of top-flight album-making, bringing seemingly opposing impulses to the process. Shawn was recently recognized for her career accomplishments when she was honored with the Lifetime Achievement Trailblazer Award at the 2016 Americana Honors & Awards Show. Presenting Colvin with this prestigious award was Bonnie Raitt. Of Shawn, Raitt said She’s simply one of the best singers I’ve ever heard— and a truly gifted and deep songwriter and guitarist... She was groundbreaking when she emerged and continues to inspire me and the legions of fans and other singer/songwriters coming up in her wake In celebration of the 20th anniversary of A Few Small Repairs, Columbia/Legacy Recordings will be releasing a newly-expanded edition of the album on Friday, September 15th. This expanded anniversary edition will include seven rare live performances culled from the Sony Music archives, plus enhanced artwork including newly-written liner notes by Shawn and producer John Leventhal and recently discovered archival photos. Colvin will embark the A Few Small Repairs 20th Anniversary Tourthis fall. Her first major tour with a full band since the album's original release, the seven-week cross-country jaunt runs from September 30 through November 19 and will showcase Shawn performing the album in its entirety alongside a variety of hits, personal favorites and surprises from her repertoire. Multi-instrumentalist-singer Larry Campbell & his wife singer-guitarist Teresa Williams will support all dates in addition to appearing in the band.
Sunday Nov 19 @ 9:00 PM
Blitzen Trapper at Exit/In
Exit/In – Blitzen Trapper at Exit/In with Lilly Hiatt 8pm Doors - 9pm Show $20 ADV - $22 DOS Exit/In 2208 Elliston Place Nashville, TN 37203 www.exitin.com https://www.facebook.com/exitinnashville/ https://twitter.com/Exit_In https://www.instagram.com/exit_in/ Tickets for all shows at Exit/In will be available online at www.exitin.com or by phone at 877.4.FLY.TIX. Or purchase tickets in person at the Marathon Music Works Box Office (Fridays 10am-4pm).
Monday Nov 20 @ 12:01 AM
Murfreesboro Magazine Real Weddings Submissions
Murfreesboro Magazine – We are currently accepting real weddings submissions for the February 2018 Wedding issue of Murfreesboro Magazine now through November 20. This is the perfect opportunity to showcase real weddings, the best local vendors and inspiring ideas for that special day! Submission Instructions: To be considered for the Real Weddings feature, the wedding must have taken place in Rutherford or Cannon County, or the couple must have strong ties to those communities (therefore destination weddings may also be submitted). The wedding must have been within the past year and can be from any season. We will be choosing a variety based on diversity, vendors and overall aesthetics. To send in your submission, email 10-15 good web-quality .jpg attachments (do not embed in email or send slideshows; do NOT send high-res files yet) to email@example.com with the following information: couple’s name wedding date wedding location any vendor information you have A link to a blog post is also acceptable. If selected, we will send over a basic questionnaire for the couple and coordinate sending the high res photos. We do not require exclusivity (meaning it’s okay to have been featured in other publications and/or blogs). The photographer will be required to sign a release for the images. Our deadline for emailed submissions is Monday, November 20, 2017. If selected, all materials will be due two weeks later. Post below or email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.