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. Among the offerings that May provides to Nashville-area folks, many are musical. From roots to rock to boy band pop, Music City delivers this month. Here are the highlights:
The all-lesbian, alt-country rock band will bring its signature harmonies to The Lip.
Nashville-based singer/songwriter Daphne Willis will round out the lineup alongside fellow songbirds Jenn Bostic, Emily Shackelton, and Kyshona Armstrong.
The Tennessee Women’s Theater Project’s ninth annual Women’s Work festival will feature performing and visual arts created by women of all types and stripes. See the roster for a complete listing of events.
The newly crowned Rock and Roll Hall of Famers will open for The Who’s 50th anniversary tour.
East Nashville-based singer/songwriter Amelia White will join Kevin Gordon, Sergio Webb and Jon Byrd in the round.
After touring the globe playing guitar for Karen O and touring Spain for the annual Voces Femininas festival, multi-instrumentalist singer/songwriter Holly Miranda will release her self-titled album on the 19th.
Prolific author Rita Mae Brown will debut her latest book in the Mrs. Murphy mystery series on the 26th.
Jonathan and company will bring their Main Event tour to Music City.
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