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The Nashville Fringe Festival exists to celebrate the diversity of Nashville artists, and to honor the legends among us who enrich our city and inspire our lives.

This month we're celebrating the work of students from Centennial jamBands who came together virtually to perform a tribute to John Prine.  The band features Rex Becker (guitar), Zach Harmon (piano and vocals), Will Oldham (vocals and mandolin), and Carl Wolfe (bass). For more information on Metro Parks music please visit Music.Nashville.Gov.

 
This weekend we encourage you to join Nashville's Charles Butler, who will be taking the virtual stage at Burning Man, performing along with Justin Amaral and Brandon Birkedahl. The trio will take the e-stage at 3:30 CST at "The Mushroom Stage," which is accessible here for free.

For a preview of what is to come, check out this recent performance from Charles and friends, delivering nearly two hours of bluegrass from a basement deep in the heart of Music City.
Help us celebrate a pair of new tracks from friends of the Fringe, repeat repeat. The band recently released a couple new songs, "Wind in My Sail" and "Hold Tight!" - click through to listen to each or follow the band here on Instagram or Twitter for more.
And lastly, we encourage you to join in to "Write the Power: The Poetry of Anti-Racism," a special event hosted by the Nashville Public Library, presented by Rashad "tha Poet" Rayford.

This event will be streaming Tuesday, September 8 and Thursday, September 10 at 6pm CST here.

Tune in as Rayford guides participants through two virtual sessions that combine the power of poetry with the impact of personal responsibility. For more from Rashad thaPoet, click through here to listen to his 2018 appearance on the Fringe Radio Show with AL-D.
Community Bulletin Board
A Call for Submissions
Looking ahead, we hope to better hold space for the diverse range of the city's artists. As Fringe Radio Show co-host E.T. adds each time he opens the program, the Fringe exists to celebrate music, dance, crafts, spoken word, film, and performing art of all varieties, and today we would like to open the Nashville Fringe Festival's website up to the city's performers and creators.

If you have upcoming artistic events, live streams, releases, projects, or performances - we want to hear from you.

Think of this as the pegboard at your neighborhood coffee shop, or the front window at the local record store. Please click the below link (or reply to this email) to send us information on your work and we will add it to the newly added Community Bulletin Board on our website.

 
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