All in the Family: June 2015

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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.  In addition to all of the Pride festivities, June offers Nashville-area folks a plethora of opportunities to enjoy. Here are the highlights:


6/2Indigo Girls release One Lost Day

The iconic folk rock duo will drop their brand new studio album at the beginning of June.


6/2SOAK releases Before We Forgot How to Dream

SOAK is the music of 18-year-old Irish singer/songwriter Bridie Monds-Watson, who will make her world debut with Before We Forgot How to Dream on the 2nd.


6/10 – Poppy Champlin appears at Zanies Comedy Night Club

Comedienne Poppy Champlin will headline this Nashville Pride fundraiser.


6/12 – Concert for Love and Acceptance featuring Ty Herndon at The City Winery

The inaugural Concert for Love and Acceptance event, hosted by Grammy-nominated and Dove Award-winning artist Ty Herndon, along with political commentator and author Meghan McCain, will feature a number of artists and special guests, including Antigone Rising, Desmond Child, Billy Gilman and Jennifer Knapp.  For a full listing of those to appear, as well as information on VIP tickets, click here.


6/16 – Adam Lambert releases The Original High

Vivacious vocalist Adam Lambert will release his third album mid-month.


6/28Mary Gauthier plays The City Winery

Nashville-based singer/songwriter Mary Gauthier will share her stellar Americana storytelling, along with Allison Moorer, at the Winery at the end of June.


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