Don’t forget I am giving away (now) two pair of tickets to Sunday June 11 show a 9 Bar and Lounge.
1) LIKE Urban Soul Cafe on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/USCStellars/
2) LIKE Nashvillesocialbutterfly.com on Facebook: Facebook.com/Nashvillesocialbutterfly
3). TAG 3 friends in the blog comments, someone who would want to attend!
4). COMMENT your favorite artist from the show lineup!
I’m picking the winners every FRIDAY until June 9. Winners will be notified via Facebook. Tickets available at www.urbansoulcafe.com
Byron represents the millenial believer. In conjunction with Sunday’s event, Byron and I sat and discussed his singing career, and his views on religions and society. I really enjoyed chatting with him and it is important that every person that is featured on NSB is someone I thoroughly endorse and support.
Read on for the interview!
I had the esteemed honor to serve as the Day of Event Social Media for Iroquois Steeplechase 2017. I manned the Facebook Page Iroquois Steeplechase and you can check out my coverage of the day of the event here.
Saturday, May 13, 2017, was the 76th annual Iroquois Steeplechase, also known as the Tennessee Derby LOL
Truthfully, I’ve never attended Steeplechase so I did some research to understand more about the event I was attending (and to ensure its historical background isnt….sketchy😎). Here’s what I learned:
As the Nashville skyline continues to change with the building of high rises and condos, add hotel and rooftop lounges to the sizzle of Music City. Up Lounge, is one of my favorites and is located at the top of Fairfield Inn and Suites in the Gulch. Yours Truly KB was on the scene to taste and test the new menu items released in celebration of it’s 2nd year in Nashville. Read on for the review.
Who Else Gets to Take an “Usie” with the Nashville Ballet?!
Building from a relationship introduced to me by the National Museum of African-American Music, I was invited back to view Seven Deadly Sins‘ choreographed by Chris Stuart featuring the musical collaboration of Top Tenn and Nashville Symphony, the which ran this past weekend at TPAC. Let me tell you, I was tickled pink to be invited to interview, preview a rehearsal, and attend and review another event with the Nashville Ballet. I am in awe by the dancers’ muscle definition, their dedication, and their accuracy. When I say I’m drawn to passionate people, the dancers at the Nashville Ballet are definitely people operating in their passion. Read on for the behind the scenes scoop!
*** CONTEST GIVEAWAY AT THE END OF THE POST***
Nashville Ballet will explore two contemporary dance styles in one performance—a ballet set to brand-new music by acclaimed singer-songwriter collective Ten Out of Tenn and another featuring an iconic Aaron Copland score—at the world premiere of Seven Deadly Sins with Appalachian Spring May 5-7, 2017, at TPAC’s Jackson Hall. Read on for more about the upcoming event!
Mayor Megan Barry signed a proclamation last year officially declaring Saturday, October 22nd as Creatives’ Day in Nashville, TN. Creatives’ Day is a time of recognition dedicated to individuals with an entrepreneurial spirit and passion for innovation. It includes, but is not limited, to musicians, songwriters, visual artists, film art professionals, makers, journalists, photographers, dancers, and creative entrepreneurs living and working in Nashville, TN and surrounding counties. Read on for a special announcement about the inaugural class of Creatives on the Rise!
I’m a lifestyle blogger, a content creator, a brand strategist, and an event host. That is my product. But how do you build a business around your product? Well, you work it. One tactic is hosting a course or event around your passion to your community, establishing you and your brand. The world is big, who can stop you right?My palms were sweaty and clammy, but fear is not real.
This was my first time hosting an event on my own strength. That’s growth yall!
My palms were sweaty and clammy, but fear is not real. Once I got started, I was rolling and I knew I was exactly where I needed to be! Read more for the experience.
Yall! The Elegant Ladies of Nashville put on THE BOMB fashion show featuring some of the hottest designs I’ve ever seen! And to make it even better, all the designers were Nashville-based. You KNOW that makes me proud to see not only the city grow, but the creativity as well! Growth inside and out. The event was at Rocket Town and I got exclusive media VIP treatment, completed with a few small bites to eat, swag bag, and front row seating! If you guys missed the opportunity to showcase your work, or if you like to shop local, peep out some of Nashville’s up and coming designers, you WON’T want to miss out next year.
It was also cool to be part of the media and meet some of my blog family in person. -BLOGLOVE-
Just for you all, I have a video recapping some of my favorite looks of the evening. Click continue reading to see the video AND what I got in my swag back and a group photo of some of Nashville’s TOP Urban bloggers!
The year was 1996 and I was a high schooler rapping along with Eight Ball, MJG, Mystikal, Project Pat, Juvenile, who we now call the Legends of Southern Hip Hop. Now — truth be told, I don’t fool with the Municipal Auditorium. Call me fancy, call me whatever you like, but if I’m going to a concert I like feeling like I’m getting out and not going to my high school gym. BUT being the connoisseur of Southern Hip Hop that I am – I accepted tickets to this year’s Legends of Southern Hip Hop concert. Thanks to Lovenoise for the sponsorship! Click More to get the really real about the Southern Legends of Hip Hop Concert Part 2.
As an emerging entrepreneur, I am better understanding the merchandising side of marketing. And, as a black woman, I am all about being intentional with your legacy. And it all can start with a brand and a t-shirt. There is so much opportunity in building a recognizable brand and selling a t-shirt, y’all. That’s why we are featuring Legacy Ink Design located at 727 S. Church Street in Murfreesboro, TN on the blog. Legacy Ink Design has partnered with so many of our favorite entrepreneurs and creative brands. Their clients range from colleges and universities (MTSU, TSU), local eateries (Slim and Husky’s), independent brands (Trap Garden), and media brands (Protect the Culture, and 101 the Beat). Add The Scenario Radio Show to the list of clients, as we were very pleased with the T-shirts we received for our first the ‘Scenario Radio Show Live’ event last week, in exchange for this blog post.
Legacy Ink is without a doubt so much more than t-shirts. Today on the blog, we talk merchandising with the Murfreesboro location and local face Legacy Ink Design. As always, my opinions are those of my own.
Read on about the family at Legacy Ink Design.