Lady A, Chris Tomlin, Russell Dickerson Share Opry Stage
Country trio Lady A, alongside Chris Tomlin and Russell Dickerson, performed on the Opry over the weekend. Their performances aired during the Opry’s one-hour TV broadcast, Opry Live, on Circle. Both Lady A and Dickerson appear on Tomlin’s new album, Chris Tomlin & Friends, which includes 13 tracks featuring Chris with many of today’s biggest country artists. Lady A’s set included “Who You Are To Me,” the five-week No. 1 Billboard Christian Airplay single from Tomlin’s album “Who You Are To Me” was penned by Tomlin and Lady A’s Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood.
MTSU To Host Nashville’s Female Musicians In Online Music Panel Discussion
The Center for Popular Music is hosting an online panel discussion on Tuesday, Nov. 24 at noon, with Ellen Angelico, a multi-instrumentalist and touring/ session musician, Megan Coleman, a drummer, DJ and songwriter, and Judy Rodman, a singer-songwriter, producer, author and vocal coach. Tiffany Minton, the center’s graduate assistant who created and is compiling “The Women Musicians in Nashville Oral History Project,” and MTSU history professor and ethnomusicologist Kristine McCusker will talk with the women as part of a new oral history project by the Center for Popular Music at Middle Tennessee State University.
YEP Nashville Teams With Los Angeles Chapter For Virtual Mixer
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