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Nashville Lifestyles Magazine March 2021

Nashville Lifestyles is the exclusive city magazine for the greater Nashville area. Features include local issues, dining, celebrities, fashion, homes, and neighborhoods, events and much more! In addition to the regular features, readers enjoy special issues like Top Doctors, the 25 Most Beautiful People, Single in the City & The Music Issue.

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Nashville Lifestyles
Frequency:
Monthly
$3.98(Incl. tax)
$13.27(Incl. tax)
11 Issues

in this issue

2 min
from the publisher & editor

I am real estate obsessed. It started as a kid when my parents took us to open houses on Sundays. I loved touring houses. I love everything about it—architecture and design. I appreciate how people live, how your home tells your story, and how it reflects your personality. This month we get to step into some extraordinary homes that are the priciest on the market. And with those price tags comes incredible design and amenities, including lush grounds, bowling alleys, and penthouse views. As more people are moving to Nashville, the demand has never been hotter for houses. People from NYC and California are making their way here and the influx of buyers with high standards is driving prices up to an all-time high. While this may seem taxing to you (pun…

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3 min
red head, blue eyes

When you think about the iconic voices of American music, Frank Sinatra and Willie Nelson must both be high on the list. And with his new album That’s Life, Nelson walks another mile in the Chairman of the Board’s wingtips. Trading the honky-tonk for a cocktail lounge, and a denim tuxedo for a black tie, Nelson applies his own unmistakable vocals to Sinatra’s legendary songs. It’s a project that ends up feeling dressed-down and informal, but absolutely genuine—and like a heartfelt tribute to an old friend. In truth, Nelson’s no red-headed stranger to the tunes made famous by Sinatra, who passed away in 1998. That’s Life marks the second time he’s covered the icon, and it’s the follow up to a 2018 project that turned out to be somewhat revelatory. That album…

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6 min
erin oprea

If the name Erin Oprea rings a bell, it’s no surprise. As the trainer shaping up some of Nashville’s hottest celebrities such as Carrie Underwood, Maren Morris, Kacey Musgraves, Kelsea Ballerini, and our cover girl Carly Pearce (to name a few), Oprea has catapulted into the public eye as one of the most sought-after fitness gurus. But Oprea’s success didn’t happen overnight. In fact, her journey from U.S. Marine to celebrity trainer is one she describes as “slow and steady,” and attributes to tremendous hard work and perseverance. With a lifetime of experience under her belt, Oprea strives to share her extensive health and fitness knowledge with as many people as possible—famous or not—to help everyone feel like the best version of themselves. With her Pretty Muscles app, anyone can access…

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2 min
music to our ears

With the opening of its new exhibit, American Currents: State of the Music, the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum offers insight into country music’s latest chapter. The captivating exhibit opens on March 12 and will run through February 6, 2022, enabling country music fans to experience the best of current-day country music in this now annual offering. American Currents: State of the Music depicts the ongoing research, analysis, vigorous debate, and oftentimes even spirited argument, among curators and museum staff to determine the most important developments in country music over the previous year. And with so much talent in the music industry, curating this year’s exhibit was no small feat. The exhibit features a variety of artists, musicians, and songwriters who all share one notable commonality among their differences—they have each…

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2 min
spring cleaning

The Restoration of Celia Fairchild by Marie Bostwick (William Morrow Paperbacks) Newly divorced and newly fired from her job as an advice columnist, Celia Fairchild isn’t feeling optimistic. But when her recently deceased aunt leaves her a house in Charleston, Celia jumps at the chance to go. After learning her aunt was a hoarder, she sets about cleaning and fixing up the home. Celia meets a group of women who find out they all need each other while she starts to learn the truth about her family. (Available March 2.) Laundry Love: Finding Joy in a Common Chore by Patric Richardson & Karin B. Miller (Flatiron Books) Part how-to book, part memoir, Laundry Love is all about seeing laundry in a new light. Richardson wants to teach readers how to master…

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1 min
tunes to spin

LORETTA LYNN Still Woman Enough Loretta Lynn marks the 50th anniversary of “Coal Miner’s Daughter” on Still Woman Enough. From covers of proto divas like Mother Maybelle to a ballsy new female anthem, she outlines “a woman’s place” in country history with Reba, Carrie Underwood, Margo Price, and Tanya Tucker. (Available March 19.) LAKE STREET DIVE Obviously Lake Street Dive add rhythm to their refined indie pop on Obviously, mixing in-the-pocket soul and Top 40 swagger with their typical femme-fatale vocals and jazz-club cool. With Grammy-winning hip-hop producer Mike Elizondo behind the controls, their retro influence gets a modern update. (Available March 12.) CARRIE UNDERWOOD My Savior Carrie Underwood delivers her second passion project in a row with My Savior, a gorgeous album of her favorite gospel hymns. The companion to her My Gift Christmas set, heavenly vocals…

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