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Miranda Lambert is set to release her first cookbook in 2023, making her the latest country chart-topper to invite fans into the kitchen.
State of plate: The book's title is pure Lambert: "Y'all Eat Yet? Welcome to The Pretty B*tchin’ Kitchen."
The season of giving is almost upon us, so we rounded up five organizations that need your help in the Volunteer State.
- But don't stop here. There are dozens of other worthy causes in and around Nashville.
The changing of the guard at Exit/In has stirred up decades of memories for local music fans.
Driving the news: When we reported this week about longtime operator Chris Cobb and his wife Telisha Cobb ending their tenure there, we asked readers for their favorite Exit/In memories.
- Your recollections paint a picture of why Exit/In is so beloved in Nashville. Fans got the chance to see bands perform in a 500-person venue before they went on to sell out arenas.
Taylor Swift has announced a new stadium tour that will celebrate the full scope of her career, from her early days as a Music City upstart to her current pop supernova status.
- The "Eras Tour" launches in March and comes to Nashville's Nissan Stadium on May 6 with openers Phoebe Bridgers and GAYLE.
The intrigue: The new tour teases the possibility that Swift could embrace her country roots on the road for the first time in many years.
The new month brings another robust slate of live music to Nashville.
Here are some of the highlights.
We were somewhere near the Parthenon when Adam, one half of your regular Axios Nashville newsletter duo, started adding personal details to our driving tour.
- "That's the hospital where I was born," he said. Then he drove up a quarter-mile and said, "and that's where my grandmother was cremated."
Halloween is only days away, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate this weekend.
If you can't make it to The Judds Final Tour stop in Nashville this week, you will have a second chance to see Wynonna Judd and a slate of her famous friends by traveling to Murfreesboro.
- CMT and Sandbox Productions plan to film a Nov. 3 concert that will aim to capture the magic of the tour.
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