The 4th Annual Music Row Rally was held yesterday (April 17) in the parking lot of Craig Wiseman‘s publishing company Big Loud Shirt. The event, hosted by Wiseman and Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, raised over $2,000.
Food Trucks including Riffs Fine Street Foods, Smoke et Al, Biscuit Love Truck, Jeni’s Splendid Ice Cream, Doughworks all donated 10 percent of profits made by the food trucks to The Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee. All other donations were made as a courtesy.
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Meanwhile, designer Manuel Cuevas has sold his building, located at 1922 Broadway, for $1,200,000.
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GAC-TV will debut a new reality series, The Willis Clan, beginning June 27 at 8 p.m. ET. The show focuses on Toby and Brenda Willis and their 12 children, ages 2-21, who are accomplished singers, songwriters, multi-instrumentalists and, in the case of the older kids, competitive dancers.
The Willis Clan band–comprised of the seven oldest siblings–has created and sold an album of original material and is being courted by a major label. The show gives viewers an inside glimpse at life for the Willis Clan, which includes homeschooling, chores, rehearsing for appearances and competitions, designing and creating costumes for competitions, or preparing to travel en mass to a contest or gig.
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