Studio Tenn, the Franklin-based professional regional theater company, is presenting “The Gershwins & Me,” performed by Michael Feinstein, at 7 p.m. Nov. 4, at the Franklin Theatre.
The memories of the rained out 2018 Pilgrimage Music and Cultural Festival were long forgotten after the conclusion of the most recent two-day Pilgrimage Festival, which featured perfect weather and the return of Chris Stapleton and Brandi Carlile – both included on the lineup that year.
After three tries, a Nolensville resident has published her first novel through publishing house Wild Rose Press.
To celebrate its 20th anniversary, Ravenwood High School will host a Community Pep Rally Thursday from 6-8 p.m. on the school’s campus.
Phil Vassar has always considered himself a songwriter first — even though he has a 20-year solo career numbering 10 albums (including compilations and other albums) and countless tours.
Granny White Park in Brentwood will be the site Saturday of a celebration of area veterans, military personnel, dependents and friends.
Battle Ground Academy’s Upper School Drama Department will be presenting “The Mouse that Roared,”adapted for the stage in 1963 by Christopher Sergel, at the school’s Sondra Morris and Robert N. Moore Jr. ‘52 Center for Arts and Entrepreneurship.
Bridges Domestic Violence Center will host its annual Jokers & Jackpots Gala Saturday, Nov. 5, from 6:30-10:30 p.m. at the Embassy Suites, Cool Springs in Franklin.
The Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, in partnership with Williamson County Schools’ Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center (EIC), hosted the two finalists in its Battle of the Bands this past Saturday with the winner receiving a prized slot on the main stage of the festival.
If you want to know how the new Dawes album, “Misadventures of Doomscroller,’ is different from the band’s previous seven albums, think about comparing Frank Zappa to the Rolling Stones or R.E.M.
Eleven bands from Tennessee will compete for top honors as the Franklin Band hosts Sonic Boom! at Franklin High School’s Howard Gamble Stadium Saturday, Oct. 1.
Music lovers across Williamson County and beyond are preparing for Franklin's Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival this weekend on Sept. 24 and 25 at the Park at Harlinsdale Farm.
The Knights of Columbus, a fraternal catholic and charitable organization, will host its annual Oktoberfest Knight Out event on Oct. 1 from 6-9 p.m. at the Saint Phillip Catholic Church gathering area.
Several area basketball coaches will serve as guest speakers when the Nashville Youth Sports Club (Stars Basketball Club) holds its first A Night Full of STARS event Tuesday, Oct. 4, in Wilson Hall at Brentwood Baptist Church. Doors open at 5:30 p.m., and the buffet line begins at 6.
The 26th Annual Chukkers for Charity polo match themed "Journey into the Wild" was held Sept. 10 at Orrin Ingram's Riverview Farm in Franklin. The signature event — which raises funds for Rochelle Center and Saddle Up!, two organizations that provide essential services to people with disabil…
Ahead of Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival, venues across Franklin and Leiper’s Fork will have special live music performances beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 22 at The Harpeth Hotel and running through Friday night.
After three years of absence from the public spotlight, Bo Rinehart emerges as “Coy Roy,” leaving fans expectantly waiting for what he will reveal with his upcoming release.
The Sean Karl Foundation, a local nonprofit charity dedicated to funding promising Ewing Sarcoma research, will be hosting the "Farewell Tour: Songs For Sean Songwriter Night" on Thursday, Oct. 20.
Standing Stone State Park will host the National Rolley Hole Marbles Championship and Festival on Saturday, Sept. 17, drawing some of the country’s best players to Tennessee where they will match wit and skills in what is known as the Super Bowl of marbles.
Offering fun and entertainment for all ages, Pilgrimage Music & Cultural Festival is partnering with the Williamson County Schools' Entrepreneurship & Innovation Center (EIC) to host a Battle of the Bands for high school acts during its upcoming pep rally.
The stars of the 33rd annual Steak & Burger Dinner benefitting the Boys & Girls Club of Middle Tennessee were club members.
The Artist Guild of Nolensville held their third “Meet the Artist” event at Happenchance Social Lounge in Nolensville on Monday. The month-long event showcases five members of the guild.