A Nashville producer has launched film and TV production companies and opened Tennessee's first soundstages, with a goal of making Music City a film industry center.
Ralph Emery, host of the Nashville Network's nightly live talkshow "Nashville Now," will step down Oct. 15, ostensibly to devote more time to his own TV production company, which is slated to deliver…
Arista/Nashville VP/general manager Tim Dubois has elected to stay as head of the Bertelsmann Music Group-owned label, ending a bidding war with Sony Music for his services.
The parent company of Opryland has made a formal bid for an NBA franchise to play in Nashville's proposed downtown arena, it was announced Wednesday.
NASHVILLE HAS a reputation as a place where rarely is heard a discouraging word, but the Music Row Industry Summit kicked off last week with hours of blunt talk.
A REPRESENTATIVE for the Nashville office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation confirmed last Friday that the agency is investigating prominent Nashville music attorney Sam Chappell for allegedly…
THE BATTLE FOR the services of Arista Nashville senior VP/general manager Tim DuBois is apparently coming down to the wire, with Sony Nashville in hot pursuit.
Amid bouquets of gift flowers set on stage, Griffith gave a two-hour show laden with material from her new Elektra release, which is a tribute to her favorite songs and songwriters.
Garth Brooks yesterday asked the state Legislature to outlaw ticket scalping in Tennessee. "Just the law prohibiting scalping would be the sweetest thing to me," Brooks told lawmakers.
The Nashville Assn. of Songwriters Intl. will sponsor its first music festival March 8-11 in Music City, the organization confirmed yesterday.
With the release of its third album, the trio DC Talk has completed its musical development from a synthesized rap act to a fully realized rap/rock/soul/house carnival of styles and pop hooks.