Thursday, January 17, 2008

Upcoming Nashville Events; January 18-27

Mercy Lounge 5th Anniversary Party
Friday, January 18 - Saturday, January 19
Mercy Lounge
One Cannery Row
9 pm
21 & up
5th Anniversary Party all weekend long.
Performances on Friday by De Novo Dahl, Ghost Finger, How I Became the Bomb and many more.
Performances on Saturday by Luna Halo, Jeremy Lister, American Bang and
many more.

Free Community Day at the Frist
Friday, January 18
Frist Center for the Visual Arts
919 Broadway
10 am - 9 pm
Celebrate the opening of the Aaron Douglas Exhibition at this free community day.
Douglas was a leading artist of the Harlem Renaissance whose signature style includes silhouetted figures, flat forms and radiating bands of light. Additionally, Douglas was head of
the art department at Fisk University.
This exhibit includes approximately 100 paintings, works on paper and book illustrations. Also, make plans to attend a performance by the Fisk Jubilee Singers at 7:00 pm in the auditorium. This historic, touring a cappella choral ensemble was
founded in 1871 at Fisk University.

Opening Reception at Project A
Saturday, January 19
504 12th Avenue South
6 - 9 pm
New exhibit features works by Sheppard Jones.

Opening Reception at the Tennessee Arts Commission
Saturday, January 19
Tennessee Arts Commission
401 Charlotte Avenue
5 - 7 pm
"Down To Earth," an exhibit of works by Stacey Irvin
and Tim Roberts opens with a reception. Exhibit features photographs and
works in clay.

Vonda Shepard at the City Club
Saturday, January 19.
Nashville City Club.
201 4th Avenue North.
Dinner at 7 pm, show at 9 pm.
$125/member, $150/non-member.
Vonda Shepard, the featured performer on the television series Ally McBeal, will
Ticket price includes a 5-course dinner, wine pairings, and a meet
and greet session with Shepard.

Dancing with the Stars
Saturday, January 19
Sommet Center
501 Broadway. 7:30 pm
$52 - $167.50
The touring version of the popular TV show Dancing with the Stars features a
re-creation of the show's actual stage with intimate nightclub-style
floor seating that gives fans incomparable sightlines and access to all
of the action. The dancers are accompanied by a live orchestra.
Starring Wayne Newton, Marie Osmond, Sabrina Bryan, Drew Lachey, Joey
, Monique Coleman, Cheryl Burke, Edyta Sliwinska, Kym Johnson, Mark
Ballas, Jonathan Roberts, Derek Hough, Alec Mazo, Brian Fortuna and more.

Disney's High School Musical On Tour
Tuesday, January 22 - Sunday, January 27
TPAC's Andrew Jackson Hall
505 Deaderick Street
$23 - $69
Performance times vary. Watch the twists and turns of lovable schoolmates, Troy and Gabriella, as they surf the tricky tides of peer pressure and school cliques to follow their dreams and score the leads in the big school show, and a place in each others hearts.

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