A Nashville Events Calender for the month of January that lists some of the current events and activities taking place in and around Nashville, Tennessee in January.
All Events are listed in the following order:
Annual Events-Holidays-Specials-Daily Events-Ongoing Events-Venues
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Calendar Last Updated - 5/10/2013
Take a tour through our listing of the Best & Most Well-liked Annual Events that take place in and around Nashville every year in the month of January.
Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboreee - Admission is Free - Founded by the legendary Ernest Tubb, The Ernest Tubb Record Shops have been fulfilling country music fans’ needs for over 64 years. As part of that tradition, the second longest-running radio show in history, the Ernest Tubb Midnite Jamboree, is held on Saturday nights at 12 A.M. (Midnight), and is broadcast live on AM-650 WSM from the Texas Troubadour Theatre. The Jamboree provides up-close and intimate performances by legendary artists, with many sticking around to sign autographs and greet fans after each show. ADMISSION IS FREE and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
I Love Lucy® Live On Stage is the brand new hit stage show adapted from the most beloved program in television history! It's 1952 and you are a member of the Desilu Playhouse studio audience awaiting the filming of two hilarious and oh-so-familiar I Love Lucy® episodes. A charming host entertains and enlightens you to the behind-the-scenes filming process of this brand new thing called "television," the Crystaltone Singers perform advertising jingles in perfect '50s style harmony and the sidesplitting antics of America's favorite foursome - Lucy, Ricky, Fred and Ethel - are presented live on stage and in color for the very first time! I Love Lucy: Live On Stage will be at James K. Polk Theater in Nashville, TN - January 14 through February 2, 2014
Lee Greenwood: American Patriot traces the artist’s personal and professional life from his musical childhood in California to his award-winning music career. The exhibit also places a special focus on Greenwood’s most beloved song, “God Bless the USA,” and his work with military and veterans organizations. This exhibition will run through April 25, 2014.
Radio Romance: Mainstream Country in the 1980s highlights a collection of artists that heavily incorporated pop influences into their country music. The exhibit features revolutionary pop-country artists Barbara Mandrell, Janie Fricke, Eddie Rabbitt, Steve Wariner and more. The exhibit is located on the 2nd floor inside the “Sing Me Back Home” exhibit and will run through April 2015.
With an unparalleled resumé that spans more than four decades and several entertainment genres, Reba is country music’s ultimate Renaissance woman. The Country Music Hall of Fame® and Museum will pay tribute to this inimitable artist with the cameo exhibition “Reba: All the Women I Am,” which opens in the museum’s East Gallery on August 9 and runs through June 8, 2014. “Reba: All the Women I Am” will be accompanied by an ongoing series of programs throughout the exhibit’s duration.