Nashville News: March


Kathryn E. Darden
Mar 17, 2005

According to the FBI, Christian radio DJ Chris Ruleman of 94FM The Fish has been arrested for allegedly downloading child pornography on his computer.

3/4/5 Spring Hill Music Recording Artists The Oak Ridge Boys were downtown Nashville yesterday attending the annual Country Radio Seminar (CRS) event.

Grand Ole Opry regulars the Crabb Family will perform on the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage on Saturday, March 5, 2005.  Jason, Adam, Aaron, Kelly and Terah are set to perform their signature song “Through The Fire” and their own version of the gospel standard “Can’t Nobody Do Me Like Jesus” during the first portion of the show.  The Crabb Family will perform two separate sets throughout the night alongside of country greats Diamond Rio, Jamie O’Neal, Pat Green and Opry legends Little Jimmy Dickens, Porter Wagoner and the Whites, among others. 

3/2/5 Watch out for TobyMac's GMA week stint as he co-hosts the Second Annual ERACE ALL STAR NIGHT  at the Nashville Convention Center Grand ballroom on April 12, 2005 at 7 pm. Toby, Kirk Whalum (Jazz Sax great) Michael Tait and the TAIT band, and Tommy Simms will host this night of artists in racial unity.   TobyMac co-founded ERACE (Eliminating Racism and Creating Equality) foundation and currently serves as a board member.