But the money—as always with Smith—wasn’t enough, whether for the drugs he loved or the films he loved to make with them. So Smith sought out a record label head by the name of Moses Asch to buy thousands of his records. Smith needed cash more than shellac; Asch demurred.
On Feb. 3-4, country performer Mitchell Tenpenny is headlining the Ryman Auditorium for two nights.
The 33-year-old Nashville native is the grandson of former Sony/ATV Music Publishing CEO, Nashville radio industry legend and Alabama Music Hall of Famer Donna Hilley. He’s also the co-founder and flagship artist for Sony-distributed Riser
A pair of Winnipeg creatives want people to look at classic black-and-white horror films in a whole new way this February.
Photographer Joey Senft and graphic novelist GMB Chomichuk are presenting ‘Love You to Death’ at the Park Theatre — an experience that combines film, live music, and more.