All in the Family, Out & About Nashville’s monthly events and entertainment column, spotlights performances, productions and presentations by (inter)nationally recognized artists in our LGBTQ family. In addition to all of the Pride festivities, June offers Nashville-area folks a veritable cornucopia of opportunities to enjoy. Here are the highlights:
Pop songstress Hayley Kiyoko will kick off the month at 3&L.
Indigo girls Amy Ray and Emily Saliers will perform at the Mother Church as half of Four Voices, with Joan Baez and Mary Chapin Carpenter.
Billy Gilman, Dana Goldberg, Kree Harrison, Lorrie Morgan, Michael Ray, Mickey Guyton, Runaway June, Ryan Kinder, Street Corner Symphony, Thompson Square, and Trent Harmon will play the Wildhorse Saloon.
Noted humor author David Sedaris will make an in-store appearance at Parnassus for a sold-out event.
Sassy, southern rock-n-soul singer/songwriter Shelly Fairchild will perform on the Music City Stage at Nashville’s biggest festival.
New York Times best-selling author/activist Janet Mock will celebrate the publication of her second memoir on the 13th.
Sassy, southern rock-n-soul singer/songwriter Shelly Fairchild will return to 3&L, along with opening singer/songwriter Sonia Leigh.
Folk/rock singer/songwriter Jennifer Knapp will drop her seventh studio album on the 23rd.
Acclaimed Americana singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier will share her stellar stories at TBE at the end of the month.
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