NASHVILLE, Tenn. -Live On The Green is a free concert series, presented by Lightning 100, at Public Square Park in downtown Music City. The stage is always set up on the steps of the Plaza and the crowd gathers in the grassy area of Public Square Park to watch performances from local, regional, and national artists. The music plays Thursday nights August 14-28, leading up to a free 3-day festival September 4-6. […..]
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NVI Reviews the Brandon Giles
One of my favorite movie lines came from “A League of Their Own” when the very over dramatic announcer shouted into the microphone, “I’ve seen enough to know I have seen too much”. I was never really quite sure what that meant though…. until I saw Brandon Giles. Now I am quite sure I too have seen enough to know I have seen too much! […..]
Otis says that he’s just a simple man living in a complicated world. That could be so but he sure does seem to get right to the heart of things when it comes to speaking his mind. Every week Otis will bring us his thoughts on some current Issue and if nothing else they should prove to be entertaining. You can hear Otis on radio stations world wide but you can also here him right here.
This week Otis takes on the state of country music and so called Bro-Country. To say that Otis does not approve of the current state of things on current country radio would be an understatement.
The World According to Otis
“If We’re Not Having Fun We’re Not Doing Our Jobs”
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The Memphis native got her start on the singing competition American Juniors in 2003. Multiple acting roles followed, and in 2010 she nabbed her breakout role as Aria Montgomery on ABC Family's Pretty Little Liars. She began working on her debut country album in 2012, and the final product -- Road Between -- was released in June.
"It's pretty crazy at times, but that makes my life exciting," says Hale, who will be featured on CMT's Hot 20 Countdown on Saturday (Aug. 30) at 11 a.m. ET/PT. […..] Read the entire story on CMT.com