On Nov. 20th, Olympic gold medalist figure skater, Scott Hamilton along with many famous friends, will be bringing something very special to the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville called Scott Hamilton & Friends. Hamilton says that fans are “gonna be blown out of their seats”. “I’ve got some of the most famous skaters in history coming, that everybody knows. There are a lot of fundraisers in Nashville, but this show is beyond spectacular.” Continue Reading →
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The stars of music and figure skating continue to join Scott Hamilton and his friends for an incredible night of song and skate on November 20 at Bridgestone Arena.
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‘AN EVENING WITH SCOTT HAMILTON & FRIENDS’ TO FEATURE AN ALL-STAR LINE-UP OF MUSIC AND SKATING ON NOVEMBER 20
Scott Hamilton CARES Foundation will present its first Nashville Ice Show and After Show Celebration on Sunday, November 20 at Bridgestone Arena. “An Evening with Scott Hamilton & Friends” will include a live musical concert by 9-time Grammy Award winner Sheryl Crow, who will be joined onstage by other incredible artists (to be announced at a later date). The event will simultaneously feature live music and ice skating from the biggest names in figure skating including show host Scott Hamilton and co-host Kristi Yamaguchi and figure skating performances by Olympic champions Meryl Davis and Charlie White, Ekaterina Gordeeva, Brian Boitano, Jeffrey Buttle and more (to be announced at a later date). Continue Reading →
“A change would do you good,” Sheryl Crow sang at the start of a huge event in Nashville Monday night celebrating Rolling Stone Films and Rolling Stone Country, and presented by Patrón. Her 1997 hit was a fitting choice to kick off the party in the town she has called home for a decade now, making the huge change from busy Los Angeles to a quiet Nashville ranch and also making the gutsy (and widely praised) leap from rock to country with 2013’s Feels Like Home album. Nashville has also become a second home to Rolling Stone, with last summer’s launch of our country vertical, and the city serves as the backdrop for the sixth installment of Rolling Stone Films’ “Mastering the Craft” series presented by Patrón, with the latest mini-documentary looking back on Crow’s extraordinary rise from shy Missouri music student to Michael Jackson’s backup singer to a rock & roll icon.
We may have gotten a sneak peek at the new Music City Center last Wednesday, but the real party started earlier this week! Sunday included a walk with Mayor Karl Dean around the new $585 million structure, a free open house and live music from Ten out of Tenn and Phil Vassar. Monday activities involved a ribbon-cutting ceremony and Grand Opening Concert featuring the Fisk Jubilee Singers, The Time Jumpers with Vince Gill, Mikky Ekko and Sheryl Crow! Additionally, Mayor Dean presented his State of Metro address Monday morning.
Sheryl Crow recently released “Easy,” the single from her upcoming country album! Watch the video above to hear the new song!
Country Radio Seminar wrapped up last week to record attendance, bright new stars, and performances by the biggest names in country music. The three-day event overtook the Nashville Convention Center as thousands poured in for the annual meeting.
As a media outlet, we have the opportunity to cover the event, and interview some of the brightest up-and-coming stars in the format. We’ll be posting those interviews in the upcoming days; and we’ve also got photo and video coverage of the events, so stay tuned!
So here’s a recap of what our week looked like:
Sheryl Crow, Little Big Town, The Lumineers, and Chris Young Added to Present on CBS Entertainment Special Airing TONIGHT, 10 p.m. ET/PT (9 p.m. CT)
Singer/songwriter Janelle Monáe will perform with FUN. on “The GRAMMY® Nominations Concert Live!! — Countdown To Music’s Biggest Night®.” Additionally, nine-time GRAMMY winner Sheryl Crow, country group Little Big Town, folk/rock group The Lumineers, and country singer Chris Young have been added as presenters for the one-hour special. They join previously announced performers Luke Bryan, Hunter Hayes, three-time GRAMMY-winning group Maroon 5, three-time GRAMMY winner Ne-Yo, Recording Academy Lifetime Achievement Award recipients The Who, and The Band Perry and Dierks Bentley in a special tribute to Johnny Cash. Two-time GRAMMY winner LL COOL J and six-time GRAMMY winner Taylor Swift will co-host the one-hour concert special.
The show — which will announce nominations in several categories as well as feature performances by past GRAMMY winners and/or nominees — will take place live for the first time ever at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, TN, on TONIGHT, and will be broadcast in HDTV and 5.1 surround sound on the CBS Television Network (www.cbs.com) from 10 – 11 p.m. ET/PT (9 p.m. CST). For updates and breaking news, please visit www.grammy.com, and The Recording Academy’s social networks on Twitter and Facebook: www.twitter.com/thegrammys, www.facebook.com/thegrammys.
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