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Live virtual performances of holiday tunes from Musicians Corner alumni

NASHVILLE, TN – (November 30, 2020) - Musicians Corner has your holiday soundtrack covered this year with Holiday Cheer, a week long virtual event featuring renditions of festive favorites and artist originals by Musicians Corner Alumni. Videos will premiere on Musicians Corner’s Facebook and YouTube channels December 1st through 7th, and will feature two performances a day at 10 AM and 2 PM. Viewers may also tune in at, where a video stream will be embedded.

“We are thrilled to welcome the holiday season with performances by fourteen local artists,” said Justin Branam, Musicians Corner Program Director. “We hope that Holiday Cheer will bring joy to all who tune in.”

Each live video will include performances by Musicians Corner favorites AJ & The Jiggawatts, Gabe Burdulis, Karina Daza, Emily Earle, Gustavo Guerrero, Robby Hecht & Oliver the Crow, Thad Kopec, Kelsey Kopecky, Daisha McBride, Carey Ott, Giri & Uma Peters, The Saint Johns, Amirah Shantel, and EG Vines.

Musicians Corner’s Holiday Cheer Schedule:

  • 10 AM - Emily Earle
  • 2 PM - Gustavo Guerrero
  • 10 AM - Giri & Uma Peters
  • 2 PM - Amirah Shantel
  • 10 AM - Carey Ott
  • 2 PM - Thad Kopec
  • 10 AM - Gabe Burdulis
  • 2 PM - EG Vines
  • 10 AM - Daisha McBride
  • 2 PM - AJ & The Jiggawatts
  • 10 AM - Karina Daza
  • 2 PM - Kelsey Kopecky
  • 10 AM - The Saint Johns
  • 2 PM - Robby Hecht & Oliver the Crow



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Live virtual performances from Musicians Corner alumni every Thursday in September and October

NASHVILLE, TN – (August 27, 2020) - Get ready for a new virtual experience with Musicians Corner’s Sundown Series. Musicians Corner’s free fall programming will take place online in an effort to keep the Nashville community safe in light of COVID-19. This virtual series will take place on Musicians Corner’s Facebook and YouTube channels each Thursday at 8 PM in September and October, and will feature a 30 minute performance by Musicians Corner Alumni. Viewers may also tune in at, where a video stream will be embedded.

“We can’t wait to gather again in Centennial Park, though it’s not yet safe to do so,” said Justin Branam, Musicians Corner Program Director. “In the meantime, we hope that our audience will join us online as we support the artist community who will deliver engaging performances from the safety of their homes.”

Each live video will include performances by Musicians Corner favorites including indie folk singer Erin Rae, local soul favorite Devon Gilfillian, heartfelt singer / songwriter Matthew Perryman Jones, lively throwback quartet The New Respects, soul revivalist Jason Eskridge, world-renowned upright bassist Scott Mulvahill, acclaimed singer and songwriter Jill Andrews, timeless pop vocalist Bre Kennedy, and Grammy nominated roots singer Amythyst Kiah.

The Sundown Series will also showcase local small businesses. “Local vendors and food trucks are an integral part of the festival atmosphere, and our events simply wouldn’t be the same without them,” said Leah McMullin, Musicians Corner Event Manager. “Although we can't be together in person this year, we are excited to feature some of our favorite local artisans and food vendors on our website and social media as part of the new virtual Sundown Series.”




Musicians Corner’s Totally Awesome 90’s Week will feature 90’s classics performed by Musicians Corner alumni

NASHVILLE, TN – (June 18, 2020) – Pause the Discman, recline the La-Z-Boy, and have a cold Crystal Pepsi, because next week Musicians Corner is taking you back to a simpler time. Tune in to our Facebook page June 21 through June 27 for Musicians Corner’s Totally Awesome 90’s Week featuring performances of classic 90’s songs by past Musicians Corner performers. Two videos will be posted daily, one at 10 AM and a second at 5 PM.

“We were beyond disappointed to cancel Musicians Corner’s Spring 2020 Season due to COVID-19,” said Justin Branam, Musicians Corner Program Director. “We’re hoping that Musicians Corner’s Totally Awesome 90’s Week will be a fun way to engage our audience, and connect artists with fans from the comfort and safety of home.”

Performances will include 90’s favorites performed by Drew & Ellie Holcomb, Kyshona, Paul McDonald and his band The Grand Magnolias, Will Hoge, Birdtalker, Lillie Mae, Prateek Kuhad, Quinn DeVeaux, K.S. Rhoads, Alanna Royale, Striking Matches, Bentley Caldwell, Amy Stroup, and Larysa Jaye.

Re-Watch Performances Now!

Musicians Corner’s Totally Awesome 90’s Week Schedule:

  • 10:00 AM - Kyshona
  • 5:00 PM - The Grand Magnolias

  • 10:00 AM - Lillie Mae
  • 5:00 PM - Prateek Kuhad

  • 10:00 AM - Larysa Jaye
  • 5:00 PM - Alanna Royale

  • 10:00 AM - Amy Stroup
  • 5:00 PM - Birdtalker

  • 10:00 AM - Quinn DeVeaux
  • 5:00 PM - Striking Matches

  • 10:00 AM - Bentley Caldwell
  • 5:00 PM - Drew & Ellie Holcomb

  • 10:00 AM - K.S. Rhoads
  • 5:00 PM - Will Hoge



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We’re disappointed to share that Musicians Corner’s spring 2020 season has been canceled out of consideration for public health in light of COVID-19.

Since 2010, Musicians Corner has been a gathering space for locals and visitors to experience live music in Nashville’s Centennial Park. While our mission has always been to provide free public access to live music and to support local artists, our highest priority has been the safety of our attendees, artists, and staff. We are working closely with Metro Parks and will return to Centennial Park when we’re able to do so safely in accordance with CDC guidelines.

We’ve been proud to offer live music at no cost for over a decade, but now we need your support more than ever to ensure the sustainability of Musicians Corner. If you’re able, please show your support by making a donation. All donations are tax-deductible and will help ensure that Musicians Corner may continue to provide a gathering space for all Nashvillians to come together and enjoy live music. Donations may be made on our website here, or simply via Venmo at @musicianscorner

We’re extremely grateful to each of you for the support over the years. Stay safe and healthy and we look forward to being together again soon.

  • Justin Branam
  • Program Director


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Join us on October 19 & 20 for Centennial Craft Fest featuring 100+ local artisan vendors, craft beer, food trucks, Kidsville activities, and live performances presented by Musicians Corner. The festivities take place in the Musicians Corner area of Centennial Park from 10 AM to 5 PM each day.


Saturday, October 19 Performance Schedule:

  • 10 AM: Drama Club (DJ Set)
  • 11 AM: Gabe Burdulis
  • 12 PM: Karina Daza
  • 1 PM: Savannah Sgro
  • 2 PM: Kenneth Hampton
  • 3 PM: Morgan Bosman
  • 4 PM: Jeremy Lister
  • 5 PM: Event Ends

Sunday, October 20 Performance Schedule

  • 10 AM: Drama Club (DJ Set)
  • 11 AM: Samuel Herb
  • 12 PM: Preston James
  • 1 PM: Gustavo Guerrero
  • 2 PM: Uma & Giri Peters
  • 3 PM: Emily Earle
  • 4 PM: Angel Snow
  • 5 PM: Event Ends

Times are approximate and are subject to change.


Dylan LeBlanc will not be able to perform on September 19 due to illness. We are however pleased to announce that Okey Dokey have joined the show’s lineup in his place and will headline tomorrow’s event!


5:00 PM: Amilia K Spicer

5:40 PM: Amber Woodhouse

6:20 PM: Pet Envy

7:10 PM: Super Doppler

8:05 PM: Okey Dokey

9:00 PM: Event Ends

Times are approximate and are subject to change.


Musicians Corner will return to Centennial Park this fall for its second annual September Sundown series held each Thursday evening in the month of September. Each event will feature multi-genre performances, a variety of food trucks, craft beer and signature cocktails, local artisans, and Kidsville activities.

“There’s no better time than the fall to enjoy music outdoors in Nashville,” said Justin Branam, Musicians Corner Program Director. “We can’t wait to return to Centennial Park in September to showcase some of the best local bands that Music City has to offer."

September Sundown will take place on Thursdays, September 5, 12, 19, and 26 from 5 - 9 PM. Each event will spotlight a local community organization to raise awareness and collect donations. Featured Community Partners this season include Nashville Humane Association, Fort Houston Artisan Support Project, Instruments of Joy, and Gilda's Club Middle Tennessee.

In addition, Musicians Corner will once again partner with AMERICANAFEST® on Thursday, September 12 to present an official AMERICANAFEST® showcase in Centennial Park. This partnership will give the Nashville community an opportunity to see an AMERICANAFEST® showcase for free.

“There is nothing like Musicians Corner in Music City," said Sarah Comardelle, AMERICANAFEST® Festival Producer. “Year after year, they continue to bring free, quality music programming to Nashville, and we're excited to join in on the fun once again. This official showcase in the beautiful Centennial Park will give attendees a taste of AMERICANAFEST® in a family-friendly environment.”

September Sundown 2019 will feature live multi-genre performances by piano troubadour Gabe Dixon, southern fried brand of blues Marcus King Band, local americana rocker Dylan LeBlanc, local soul band, The New Respects, and many more.




Gabe Dixon • The Foxies • The Medium • Ayanna Jahnee • Thad Kopec



Marcus King Band • Donna the Buffalo • Stephen Kellogg • Front Country • Dori Freeman


Dylan LeBlanc • Super Doppler • Pet Envy • Amber Woodhouse • Amilia K Spicer


The New Respects • Daniella Mason • Whoa Dakota • Jamiah • Creature Comfort


Musicians Corner will return to Centennial Park for its ten year celebration with a two-day kickoff on Friday, May 10 and Saturday, May 11. The series provides free public access to live music and supports local and emerging artists.

The 2019 Spring Lineup will include 22 events, taking place on Fridays and Saturdays in May and June. These inclusive events will feature multi-genre and multicultural musical performances on the Main Stage and Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage, food trucks, the Pub, local artisan vendors, Kidsville activities, and featured community partners. Events will take place from 5 - 9 PM on Fridays and from 12 - 6 PM on Saturdays.

“Over the past decade, Musicians Corner has supported emerging artists, craft makers, and small businesses in addition to providing free music events for the Nashville community,” said Mayor David Briley. “Musicians Corner plays an important role in Nashville’s identity as Music City. “


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Musicians Corner, Nashville’s outdoor destination for free live music is introducing a music industry panel series, SPEAKMUSIC. The bi-monthly educational series will focus on a variety of compelling topics, feature a panel of respected music industry professionals, and host an hour of connection and networking over appetizers and beverages.

"Musicians Corner is always seeking new ways to connect with Nashville’s music community," said Musicians Corner Event Manager Leah McMullin. "We are excited to introduce SPEAKMUSIC as both an educational and a networking opportunity for young music industry professionals and those seeking to learn more about the music business."

The inaugural SPEAKMUSIC event will take place on Wednesday, February 27 at Nashville’s Fort Houston and will discuss the topic Festival 101. Panelists will include Justin Branam (Musicians Corner Program Director), Sarah Comardelle (AMERICANAFEST Festival Producer), Christopher Paxton (Live On The Green Festival Director), and Christina Persico (AC Entertainment Director of Strategic Partnerships).

Musicians Corner will host six SPEAKMUSIC events in 2019 on the last Wednesday of February, April, June, August, and October, and the second Wednesday of December. Events will take place at a different location each month from 6:30 – 8:30 PM. The series is sponsored in part by First Tennessee Bank’s Music Industry Group.

“Musicians Corner has developed a strong reputation since it began in 2010,” said Andrew Kintz, Executive Vice President of First Tennessee Bank’s Music Industry Group. “We are thrilled to be part of SPEAKMUSIC and look forward to watching it develop the same reputation for excellence in the coming years.”



FEBRUARY 27: Festival 101

APRIL 24: Artist Management 101

JUNE 26: Publishing 101

AUGUST 28: Branding and Marketing 101

OCTOBER 30: Music and Mental Health

DECEMBER 11: Music and Entrepreneurship

Future panelists will be announced at a later date.


Musicians Corner is set to release a holiday compilation titled Season’s Greetings From Nashville on Friday, November 30. The album features classic and original songs performed by Nashville artists including Lera Lynn, Sun Seeker, The Sweetheart Deal (Paul McDonald & Emily Kinney), Tristen, Kyshona, Molly Parden, Becca Mancari, Amber Rubarth, The Daybreaks, Matthew Perryman Jones, and Angel Snow.

“Nothing brings out the holiday spirit more than warming up on a cold night with your favorite holiday record,” said Justin Branam, Musicians Corner Program Director, “This compilation demonstrates the diverse array of music coming from Nashville, and we hope that it brings holiday cheer to people across the globe.”

Season’s Greetings From Nashville will be available globally by stream or download across all digital platforms, with a limited edition CD available at Musicians Corner’s website and select Nashville retailers.

The album features an all star cast of producers including Paul Worley (Dixie Chicks, Lady Antebellum), Jordan Lehning (Rodney Crowell, Andrew Combs), Mitch Dane (Jars of Clay, Humming House), Buddy Hughen (Tristen, Sun Seeker), Matthew Odmark (Jars of Clay, Derek Webb), Bobby Holland (Maggie Rose, Sean McConnell), and Juan Solorzano (Cale Tyson, Molly Parden).

“Musicians Corner has become one of Nashville’s most cherished traditions,” said Grammy Award-winning producer and Musicians Corner Co-Founder, Paul Worley, “I’m thrilled to have produced a track for this album that will support Musicians Corner’s mission of showcasing the amazing talent in Music City.”

Musicians Corner was founded in 2010 to support local artists and offer free public access to music in Nashville’s Centennial Park. This year Musicians Corner presented 21 free music events with performances by over 125 artists, and an audience of over 75,000 people. Over the years it has become a place for artist discovery, with performances by both emerging and legendary artists including Chris Stapleton, Emmylou Harris, Vince Gill, St. Paul & The Broken Bones, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and more.

Proceeds from Season’s Greetings From Nashville support Musicians Corner, a 501(c)3 nonprofit program of The Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park.

1. Lera Lynn - I'll Be Home For Christmas

Produced & Arranged By: Jordan Lehning at The Duck Mixed By: Zack Pancoast

2. Sun Seeker - Christmas Clown

Produced By: Sun Seeker Mixed By: Zack Pancoast

3. The Sweetheart Deal - Jingle Bells

Produced & Mixed By: Mitch Dane at Sputnik Sound

4. Tristen - O Holy Night

Produced By: Tristen & Buddy Hughen Mixed By: Buddy Hughen

5. Kyshona - Maybe By Christmas

Produced & Mixed By: Paul Worley at Weatherman Studio

6. Molly Parden - In Tennessee Time

Produced By: Molly Parden Mixed By: Zack Pancoast

7. Becca Mancari - Joy To The World

Produced By: Juan Solorzano at Trace Horse Studio Mixed By: Zack Pancoast

8. Amber Rubarth - It Came Upon The Midnight Clear

Produced & Mixed By: Mitch Dane at Sputnik Sound

9. The Daybreaks - I Heard The Bells On Christmas Day

Produced & Mixed By: Bobby Holland at Pentavarit

10. Matthew Perryman Jones - Auld Lang Syne

Produced By: Matthew Odmark at Grey Matters Studio Mixed By: Zack Pancoast

11. Angel Snow - Silent Night

Produced By: Juan Solorzano at Trace Horse Studio Mixed By: Zack Pancoast

Art Designed By Rachel Briggs

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Mastered By Vinnie Alibrandi

Executive Producers: Justin Branam & Justin Wade Tam


Musicians Corner's parent organization, The Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park is presenting its third annual Centennial Craft Fest on Saturday, October 20 from 10 AM - 5 PM with music curated by Musicians Corner. Centennial Craft Fest celebrates the craftsmanship of local food, drinks, music, and artisans. The festival will bring over 125 vendors to Nashville’s central park for a fall celebration of our creative community.

“Nashville is home to a vibrant artistic community that extends beyond music,” said John Tumminello, Conservancy Vice President. “Centennial Craft Fest is an opportunity to showcase these talented individuals while attendees experience the tastes, sounds, and handmade goods that are being created in our city.”

Centennial Craft Fest will feature over 100 craft vendors selling a wide variety of handmade items, 20 food vendors, children’s activities, live music, and an Oktoberfest Beer Garden. The Conservancy’s Musicians Corner program has curated a lineup of local musicians that will perform throughout the event, including: Carey Ott, Robby Hecht, Kyshona, Lateral Blue, Maybe April, Baylor Wilson, and a DJ set by Drama Club.

The Conservancy's Kidsville program will present fall crafts and activities, including: mini pumpkin painting, corn play box, leaf art group project, pretend archaeology bone dig, and lawn games. Plus, free face painting from 2 - 4 PM.

Centennial Craft Fest will take place in the Musicians Corner area of Centennial Park on the corner of West End and 27th Ave N. Visit for a complete list of artisans, food vendors, Kidsville activities, and a music performance schedule.


Musicians Corner, Nashville’s outdoor music destination since 2010 will introduce September Sundown, a new series that will take place each Thursday evening in September. The concerts will showcase local Nashville artists, and will also include a variety of food trucks, the Musicians Corner Pub, local artisans, and Kidsville activities.

“We’re excited to expand our programming to offer September Sundown in Centennial Park,” said Justin Branam, Musicians Corner Program Director. “After a warm spring, we can’t wait to return to the park in September for live music in the cool, autumn evenings.”

September Sundown will take place on Thursdays, September 6, 13, 20 and 27 from 5 – 9 PM. Each event will raise awareness and donations for Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee, the featured charity partner for the series. The September 13 concert will be presented in partnership with the AmericanaFest and will feature five showcasing artists.

“Lightning 100 has been a proud partner of Musicians Corner since its inception,” said Gary Kraen, Lightning 100 VP of Programming and Operations. “Between Live on The Green and September Sundown, local Nashvillians and visitors will have the chance to hear incredible free music for eight consecutive Thursday nights.”


Musicians Corner, Nashville’s outdoor music destination, returns for its ninth year of free music events in Centennial Park with a two-day Kick Off Celebration on Friday, May 11 and Saturday, May 12.

"Musicians Corner brings the Nashville community together for a fun filled, family-oriented musical experience in Centennial Park," said Metro Parks Director Monique Odom. "We look forward to another year of great music in one of our most beloved parks."

Musicians Corner’s 2018 Season will include 21 events, taking place on Fridays and Saturdays in May and June and Thursdays in September. The events will feature multi-genre musical performances on the Main Stage and Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage, food trucks, the Musicians Corner Pub, local artisan vendors, Kidsville activities, services for dogs, and featured community partners. The events will take place from 5 - 9 PM on Fridays and from 12 - 6 PM on Saturdays.

In addition to its Friday and Saturday schedule, Musicians Corner is once again partnering with the Nashville Symphony to present an orchestral performance in Centennial Park on Thursday, June 7. This will be the first of the Symphony’s free Community Concerts in 2018.

“Musicians Corner has been a hit for eight straight years and has grown in both size and offerings every year,” said Butch Spyridon, President & CEO, Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. “Free, high quality music is at the heart of our brand and Musicians Corner helps keep the brand alive. We can’t wait until next year’s 10th Anniversary!”

View the full lineup here.


Join us for Musicians Corner’s fourth annual Band Together concert honoring the musical legacy of Muscle Shoals, Alabama. The show is presented in partnership with Single Lock Records, curated by John Paul White, and will feature performances of classic songs recorded in Muscle Shoals by John Paul White, Anderson East, Ruby Amanfu, Becca Mancari, Devon Gilfillian and more to be announced. Proceeds benefit Musicians Corner, a 501(c)(3) program that supports local artists while providing free public access to quality music in Nashville’s Centennial Park.

Tickets start at $40 and can be purchased here


Mark your calendar for Musicians Corner Christmas: Sounds of the Season from Nashville Artists at City Winery Nashville on Friday, December 22 and Saturday, December 23.

The evening will feature local artists performing original songs and holiday classics. The December 22 show will feature performances by Levi Hummon, Leigh Nash, Tommy Womack, Andrew Peterson, Dawn Landes, Elenowen, Son Talk, Caroline Spence, Mary Bragg and Reuben Bidez.

The December 23 show will feature performances by Lilly Hiatt, Sugar + The Hi Lows, Erin Rae, Angel Snow, Jeremy Lister, Reuben Bidez, Tim Easton, Otis Gibbs, Kyshona, and The Farmer and Adele.

Tickets are $20, $25, $35 and $45, and can be purchased here. Proceeds underwrite Musicians Corner’s free music events in Centennial Park.