Nashville News: September


Kathryn E. Darden
Sep 10, 2008



"A Light for the City", presented by The Nashville Choir, is a star-studded tribute concert celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the remarkable music career of Michael W. Smith at the Schermerhorn Symphony Center Sunday, October 12 at 7:00PM. Tickets are selling fast -- get yours today by visiting The Nashville Symphony Website or by calling the box office at 615-687-6400.

9/1/8 Munce Group prepares for upcoming Nashville CPE. According to a press release issued by the Munce Group, more than 300 retailers, representing over 160 independent Christian stores, and 80 product vendors, representing nearly 100 product lines, will gather at the Sheraton Music City, Nashville, TN, Sept. 7-9 for CPE. Hosted by the Munce Group, CPE offers its members a 48-hour program that includes worship, workshops, exhibit floor, supplier presentations, evening showcases, and Bible conference on Sunday afternoon.

Two GRAMMY® award-winning and multi-Platinum selling artists, Michael W. Smith and Steven Curtis Chapman, join forces for the “The United Tour” which kicks off October 9 in Columbus, Ohio and concludes in St. Augustine, Florida on November 8.

Chattanooga, Tenn.-based rock quintet, Nevertheless, will release its second studio album, In the Making…, on September 16, 2008. The eleven-track project was produced by Rob Hawkins (Fireflight, Jackson Waters), and was recorded in Nashville, Tenn.

The Presidential Debate scheduled for Nashville will draw on undecided voters from the region to help question the Democratic and Republican party nominees. The Oct. 7 debate at Belmont University will use the town hall format. Gallup pollsters will identify about a hundred voters who haven't picked a candidate to support to help pose questions. Belmont President Bob Fisher said the debate presents an opportunity to "showcase" the university and the city. More than 2,500 members of the news media are expected to cover the debate.

The 14th Annual Inspirational Country Music Award Show (ICM's) will be held on Thursday, October 16, 2008, at 7 PM CST at the Trinity Music City USA Auditorium located in Hendersonville, Tennessee. Grammy award wining group, The Isaacs, will perform and multi-platinum recording artist, Collin Raye, will host the awards show. The annual Inspirational Country Music Awards are dedicated to honoring and showcasing the biggest names and emerging talent among artists who perform Christian and Inspirational Country music. Christian Country music is inspired by Faith, Family, and Country.

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