Category: Flood2010

Our City

The following letter comes from Danny Arena and Sara Light of SongU.com via Doak Turner of nashvillemuse.com. Turner writes, “great message that speaks for many of us in Nashville – we will come back, we will help each other through this time right now and help with the “moving back in parties” in the future! […]

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The Great Nashville Flood…of 1975

Photographer Alan Mayor has been shooting photos for Nashville’s music community for decades and remembers well the flood that inundated the Opry House back in 1975. As with the 2010 flood, the show went on as planned, relocated to Nashville’s Municipal Auditorium. Mayor offered the following shots and reminiscences. “This current flood has me back […]

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Ohio Station Steps Up For Flood Victims

Ashtabula, Ohio’s WYBL-FM, 98.3 The Bull is stepping up to help victims of Nashville’s devastating flood. After watching TV footage of the floods, station staffers decided to start the Need For Nashville Kids Toy Campaign. The station is working with area businesses to donate toys for children affected by the flood who have lost everything. They will […]

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Channel 4 Air Flood Relief Telethon: Vince Gill and Friends

WSMV-TV Channel 4 will broadcast Working 4 You: Flood Relief with Vince Gill & Friends on Thursday, May 6 in prime time from 7:00 PM to 10:00 PM. Nashville and the surrounding Middle Tennessee communities have been devastated by flood waters after the area received 15 inches of rain within a 48 hour time period. […]

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Loveless and Frist – Flood-Related Freebies

Nashville’s Loveless Cafe was fortunate enough to keep above water during the weekend’s devastating flood, and tonight (5/5) the venerable eatery will give a little back to those suffering through this disaster. Tonight’s  presentation of the popular Music City Roots series at the Loveless Barn, with artists donating their time, will be free to the […]

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How To Lend A Hand, Get Help

The City Paper is keeping a running list of charitable initiatives to help flood victims. The MusiCares staff wants to remind everyone of their willingness and ability to help those in the music community affected by the recent floods. Call them at 615-327-0050, or toll free at 877-626-2748 or visit www.musicares.com. Eric Brace & Peter […]

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Water Pressure Closes BMI Row Office; Staff Remains Online

“BMI’s Nashville office remains closed for the second consecutive day due to a lack of water pressure in the 6-story Music Row building, home to over 400 employees,” reports VP Writer/Publisher Relations Jody Williams. “As a result, scheduled events including the Jason Blume Songwriting Workshop have been canceled. However, most executives are still readily accessible […]

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Flooding At Soundcheck, Schermerhorn, CMHF

Everyone here at MusicRow hopes that our readers experienced minimal flood damage, but if you have any news, photos, stories or updates you would like to share, please email us at [email protected] BMI’s Nashville chief Jody Williams tells MusicRow that BMI is closed today. A full update is coming soon. Wrensong Publishing and AristoMedia are […]

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Opry House Under Water, Show Moved

The Grand Ole Opry House has suffered extensive damage due to flooding that has overtaken most of the Opryland area of Nashville, including the Gaylord Opryland Hotel and Opry Mills mall. But the show must go on, and management is temporarily moving the Grand Ole Opry to the Ryman Auditorium and War Memorial Auditorium. The […]

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Clear Channel Rallies For Flood Relief

Clear Channel Nashville is holding a daylong radiothon today (5/4) to benefit local flood relief efforts. All five stations in the cluster (WSIX, WRVW, WLAC, WNRQ, WUBT) will be simulcasting, with on-air talent from each outlet sharing hosting duties until midnight. Proceeds will go to the Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee’s Tennessee Disaster Response Fund. […]

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