Musician and philanthropist Steven Tyler of Aerosmith has been named the Nashville Symphony’s 2017 Harmony Award winner. He will perform and receive the award at the December 9 Symphony Ball fundraiser. The Harmony Award recognizes the individual who best exemplifies the harmonious spirit of Nashville’s musical community.
The Nightmare River Band (NRB) is a fierce combination of raucous Alt-Country, Americana, and good ol’ Rock N’ Roll. According to Matt Krahula, songwriter/ front man, the songs are about “love, loss, pain and drinking… not necessarily in that order”.
Love and a .38 formed around 2009 and have been playing and releasing music ever since, with the ultimate goal of helping to bring rock and roll back to the forefront of the music world where it belongs.
Angel In the Wings —Performing Arts Program enables people with autism and other developmental disabilities to find creative fulfillment and personal growth
Rivers is a Harrisburg-area, all-acoustic trio consisting of lead guitarist/banjoist/vocalist Vincent Yarnell, percussionist/vocalist Matt Sinkovitz, and upright bassist/vocalist Joe Schaefer. Whether playing in or out on the streets this group changes it up and throws it down with surprising sound and song. Indie meet folk, folk meet pop and pop meet Rivers.