It's been proposed that a statue of Dolly Parton should be erected on the grounds of the Tennessee Capitol. The creation and installation of the statue would be funded by “gifts, grants, and other donations” and not by the state. In June of last year, an online petition was filed suggesting that a statue of the singer replace statues of Confederate officers. History should not be forgotten, but we need not glamorize those who do not deserve our praise. Instead, let us honor a true Tennessee hero, Dolly Parton, reads the online petition. The petition currently has over 25,000 signatures. Parton recently made a $1 million donation to Vanderbilt University's coronavirus research. This donation helped Moderna develop a vaccine that is said to be nearly 95% effective
Emily Bass and the Near Miracle put on a show worthy of high praise from L. Kent Wolgamott on Saturday night during Lincoln Exposed.
Thirst Things First bounced, danced, sang and played — with intensity and humor for 50 minutes — at Duffy's Tavern on Friday night.
The Credentials’ Everest Sturdevant stepped to the microphone to start the band’s Lincoln Exposed show Wednesday, saying “This song is called ‘’Killing Floor.’”
OMAHA — Stinson Park at Aksarben Village was packed with about 10,000 people Saturday night in the first ever sellout of the Maha Music Festival.