What do Bob Dylan, Paul McCartney, Neil Young, Prince, Joni Mitchell, Leonard Cohen, Carole King and James Taylor all have in common? They are all songwriters that have the unique talent of taking words, putting them to music and writing songs that define moments, events, people and even history.
It’s almost mind-boggling that in a career spanning nearly two decades, with multiple records receiving gold status and plenty of critical acclaim, punk rock band Rise Against had yet to headline a show in Nashville.
The Alzheimer’s Association recently held its annual Tullahoma Walk to End Alzheimer’s Kickoff Luncheon on Aug. 17 at the South Jackson Civic Center.
Local nonprofit Highland Rim Kiwanis Club is preparing for Tullahoma’s biggest annual music event, the 41A Music Festival, which will take place Sept. 28 and 29 in downtown Tullahoma.
The Tullahoma Community and King’s Cross Church congregation will say a bittersweet farewell to Phillip Moody and his wife, Lori, as the couple prepares to leave Tullahoma after 23 years and embark on a new journey in ministry.
For 18 years, Eric Fruehauf has organized and hosted an auction game at the Life Care Center of Tullahoma with the goal to brighten the days of the center’s residents. He has succeeded. The auction, held every first Friday of the month, is now one of the most popular events at the center.
Cascade Hollow Distillery will welcome British singer/songwriter Lucie Silvas on Saturday at distillery for the George Dickel Whisky Porch Session concert series.
If Taylor Swift was looking to make an impression and continue to solidify her reputation as one of pop's biggest icons on her newest tour, then she accomplished her goal with Saturday’s performance in Nashville.
Promising an inspiring series of exhibitions that consider communication and exchange, identity and appropriation, The University of the South has unveiled its exhibits for the 201-2019 season.
Metal fans in Nashville got a treat in the form of a six-hour semi music festival, when five hard-rocking bands – headlined by thrash metal kings Slayer – took the stage at Municipal Auditorium on Aug. 12.
The boys of the Rock Creek Bluegrass Band – local Carl Johnson on banjo, Bob Endsley on bass and Dave Johnson on guitar –are strumming their way into popularity.
Bakers from around the area put their culinary skills to the test last Saturday to claim the top spot in the third annual Great Cupcake Wars, held at Northgate Mall.
The 39th annual South Jackson Goes Country (SJGC) will wrap up today. For the past three days, the sounds of country music could be heard playing from the historic South Jackson Civic Center.
Tina Holman Owen has taken the position of director at the local homeless facility, Shepherd’s House. Owen takes the place of former director, Tom Ryals, who retired in May.
Some artists pick up a paintbrush with the intention of filtering the beauty of the world or their imagination through their own prism, in hopes of enriching the lives of all who see it.
The recently opened company-owned Bojangles’ restaurant on North Jackson Street is closing, as quarterly earnings for the fast food chain declined, corporate officials have announced.
In honor of the passing well-known local artist Ann Ford, the Celtic Cup Coffee House will host the exhibit “Heaven on Earth: Ann Ford in Memoriam” throughout the month of August.
The Teen Actors Guild of the Millennium Repertory Company is bringing a longtime favorite to the stage with its production of “Guys and Dolls,” which runs through Aug. 12 at the Manchester Arts Center.
If there was any doubt as to whether Shania Twain could still deliver, she silenced all of her critics in Nashville Saturday night, when the Queen of Country Pop defended her crown with a lively – and at times personal – performance at Bridgestone Arena.
Tullahoma resident Madison Dochety was named the Distinguished Young Woman of Tennessee and awarded $5,800 in cash scholarships during a statewide scholarship program for high school girls held July 21 at the Dixon Center on Lee University campus in Cleveland.
You’ve probably seen them at Bonnaroo, other outdoor events or even at the park. People balancing effortlessly on top of each other stretching their bodies into eye-catching poses that make their onlookers think, “I could never do that.”
The Smashing Pumpkins brought their Shiny and Oh So Bright Tour to Bridgestone Arena in Nashville on Friday. The band played for well over three hours, performing 31 songs.
In February, myself and a lot of people my age received a much welcomed gift, as it was announced that rockers Coheed and Cambria and Taking Back Sunday would be embarking on a co-headlining tour this summer.
Strums of instruments and laughter can be heard among the halls of First Christian Church on a Thursday morning. Members of the local musical group, Tullahoma Dulcimers and More, take out their dulcimers, hammer dulcimers, bass, and harmonica and tune them in preparation for their weekly practice.
Bringing what the band called “a judgment-free zone” to Bridgestone Arena on Tuesday, Imagine Dragons delivered one of the most energetic and positive shows to make its way through the Music City this year.
Editor’s note: Talking Tullahoma is a new column in which members of the community share their ideas for how to make life in and around Tullahoma a little more fun and enriching. To submit a column for consideration, send an email to Andrea Agardy, editor, at email@example.com.
On a rainy Thursday, students from the Tullahoma Class of 1950 trickle in the First Baptist Tullahoma for a class reunion that will commemorate 68 years since their graduation from high school.