ATTENTION ALL MUSICIANS, WRITERS AND ARTISTS
The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville and the Tennessee Bar Assoc. Entertainment & Sports Law Section present the
Nashville Entertainment Law Clinic
WHAT THIS MEANS: Do you have questions about how to copyright your art? Would you like to have a pair of expert, legal eyes look over an entertainment contract? At the Nashville Entertainment Law Clinic, you can sign up for a 30-minute appointment to receive pro-bono legal advice from entertainment lawyers. They’ll answer questions about intellectual property (including copyrights, trademarks, and licensing) and all manner of entertainment law issues.
WHEN: Saturday, February 20, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
WHERE: Country Music Hall of Fame & Museum, the SunTrust Community Room, 222 5th Avenue South
HOW TO SIGN UP: All artists who would like to attend must sign up for a time slot by noon on Friday, February 19th by emailing email@example.com or calling (615) 743-3055.
It’s been awhile but I’ve dusted off the cobwebs on the old guitar and plan to have tons of fun Saturday night at an old time coffeehouse to benefit Nashville’s gay community center Out Central. Jill Sissel & Liz Ficalora will be there and others perhaps too…If you haven’t visited Out Central this is the perfect time. Lots of people have put in a lot of work to make it a great welcoming space for everybody. Here’s the directions and a link for more info. Hope to see you there!
OutCentral is conveniently located at 1709 Church Street (between the Cafe at OutLoud! and Blu’s) in Nashville, Tennessee. Those travelling through the downtown area on I-65 should exit at Church Street. North-bound travellers should turn LEFT onto Church Street. South-bound travellers should turn RIGHT onto Church Street.
PARKING IS AVAILABLE on the street (pay before 6 p.m.) and behind OutCentral (free). After 5 p.m., visitors are also allowed to use the U.S. Post Office parking lot. DO NOT PARK in private lots, like the one located at 1717 Church Street. You will be towed 24/7. We are currently open only for Special Events and by Appointment.
Peace & Love,
Liz is a great drummer and I’m so proud of her work in bringing this idea into reality.
What she is doing is passing on her experience and knowledge in a way that is easy to understand and utilize right away. I know first hand how good a drummer she really is. She played drums for me when I had the Bad Cactus Blues Band. After playing with us she went on to many other great gigs including cruising & performing on the high seas with a rock & roll band on Carnival Cruiseline. When she’s in town you’ll find her rocking the house in Nashville’s favorite lesbian hangouts with The Paint Sisters. If you’re a drummer or know one…get this book
!!! -Val Reynolds
P.S. Hey Liz…you’ve just been added to the blogroll