Music City New Years Eve Bash

MUSIC CITY NEW YEAR’S EVE BASH ON BROADWAY
HANK WILLIAMS, JR. • BLACKBERRY SMOKE • ROBERT RANDOLPH • BRETT ELDREDGE • KOPECKY FAMILY BAND • STRIKING MATCHES

Ring in the new year and rock out the old with Music City and thousands of your closest friends at Nashville’s New Year’s Eve party on Lower Broadway. Bring your party hats. Make some noise. Count down to the fireworks and midnight “Music Note Drop®”!
Nashville is one huge party with the Predators on 12/28, a Titans game on 12/29, the Music City Bowl on 12/30 (Get Bowl Tickets!) and the Music City Bash on Broadway with Hank Williams Jr. and more on 12/31! Don’t miss a minute! You’re going to need a souvenir t-shirt to remember this NYE so plan to purchase your Bash on Broadway t-shirts! Available now in the Music City Marketplace and on site at the Bash on Broadway merchandise booth at 2nd Avenue & Broadway Dec. 29-31.

The Music City New Year’s Eve Bash on Broadway is where you want to be for the end of this year – and beginning of next.

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Autumn Leaves in Green Hills

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Green Hills is one of the Nashville’s more affluent areas, often chosen by residents who don’t wish a long commute to downtown businesses and three area universities – Vanderbilt, Belmont and Lipscomb Universities (all of which are within a 5-minute drive).
Green Hills is also the home to The Mall at Green Hills, a high-end enclosed shopping center which began as a “strip center” (one of the first two sizable such developments in Nashville) in the early 1950s. Nordstrom and the Apple Store are some of the more recent additions to the mall. Hillsboro Village, with its many interesting shops, is only 3 minutes away.

The Bluebird Cafe, a famous live music venue, is located on Hillsboro Road in Green Hills. Hillsboro High School, located directly across the highway from the Mall, actually predates much of the neighborhood, which began on a small scale in the 1930s but was not highly populated until after World War II. Another public educational institution is Julia Green Elementary School, a primary school. A major private educational institution is Lipscomb University and its associated elementary and high schools. Another is Harpeth Hall School, a prestigious girls’ high school.

Green Hills is in many ways a typical development of its era. It consist primarily of brick-veneer “ranch” style detached houses on large lots In more recent years there has been considerable “infill” as many of the larger lots and other remaining open spaces have been redivided to become the sites of higher-density developments.

Green Hills is one of the Nashville’s more affluent areas, often chosen by residents who don’t wish a long commute to downtown businesses and three area universities – Vanderbilt, Belmont and Lipscomb Universities (all of which are within a 5-minute drive).

Green Hills is also the home to The Mall at Green Hills, a high-end enclosed shopping center which began as a “strip center” (one of the first two sizable such developments in Nashville) in the early 1950s. Nordstrom and the Apple Store are some of the more recent additions to the mall.

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NASHVILLE TV SERIES CASTING

CASTING THE FOLLOWING PROJECT in the NASHVILLE, TN area:

**Please share this notice with friends, family and anyone who might be interested!!

Extras Casting Director: Tina Kerr – On Location Casting

Project: ABC Television series “Nashville” – Season 2, starring Connie Britton and Hayden Panettiere.

Shoot dates: Filming will take place on a Monday through Friday schedule between 7/17/13 and 4/10/14.

Shoot times: We do not have the start times for the filming dates so you should have the WHOLE day free and open on the day you are selected to work. Extras should be prepared to work a 12 hour+ day on the work date.

Shoot location: Nashville, TN

Compensation: NON-UNION Extra Rate $64.00 for 8 hours ($8.00/hour with an 8 hours guarantee) plus overtime after 8 hours. NON-UNION Stand-in Rate $125.00 for 12 hours plus overtime after 12 hours.

Seeking ALL ages ALL types, however some specific types we will need include:

Experience Nurses

Experienced EMT/Paramedics

Experienced ICU and ER Personnel

Experienced Firemen

Musicians

12 year old version of Connie Britton

Prisoners and Inmate types (NOT real prisoners!)

Bartenders and Waitresses

Roadies and Concert Road Crew

Hipsters

Upscale Business Men and Women

Hispanic, African American, Indian, Asian Men, Native American, Middle Eastern – Men, Women and Children

Attractive Men and Women

HOT Sexy Guys and Girls

Photographers and Media types

Stand-ins to match height, weight and hair color of lead actors

Concert Audiences

–and much more!!

HOW TO SUBMIT for CONSIDERATION:

It is necessary to have a talent profile in our On Location Casting talent database.

Please go to www.onlocationcasting.net and complete a Talent Application.

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TENNESSEE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER

Everyone is talking about Nashville. It City. Nowville. Music City. But, to us, it will always be MUSICAL CITY.

“Everywhere you look Nashville is turning heads and making headlines, and we’re proud of the role TPAC plays in our city’s thriving creative community by providing audiences with the best of Broadway’s cutting-edge storytelling, family-friendly entertainment, and pop culture-filled blockbusters,” TPAC President and CEO Kathleen O’Brien said. It’s a year of entertainment packed with new musicals, long-awaited returns, worldwide hits, and some of the most jaw-dropping artistry being presented on stage. We can’t wait to share it with you.”

Last night TPAC announced the 2013-2014 HCA/TriStar Health Broadway Season line up: Jersey Boys, We Will Rock You, Ghost, Sister Act, Million Dollar Quartet, and War Horse. Broadway Special Events include: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, Wicked, I Love Lucy Live on Stage and A Christmas Carol.

CAN’T WAIT TO SEE JERSEY BOYS!!

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