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Concept art shows the George Jones Theater inside the George Jones Museum. The museum will open April 24, 2015 at 128 Second Avenue North in Nashville, Tenn. (FILE/George Jones)

Plans for the George Jones Museum were unveiled on Monday morning in downtown Nashville. Jones’ widow Nancy Jones announced that the museum is set to open the weekend of April 24 in honor of the second anniversary of his passing. “On a daily basis, I hear from fans asking to hear stories about George,” Jones said. “The …

The Black Keys returned to Nashville Monday night for show at Bridgestone Arena with St. Vincent serving as the opening act. Follow Staff Photographer Matt Master on Instagram at @HamiltonMattMasters. For more updates, follow us at www.mtsusidelines.com, on Facebook at MTSU Sidelines and on Twitter/Instagram at @Sidelines_Life. To contact Lifestyles editor John Connor Coulston, email lifestyles@mtsusidelines.com

Middle Tennessee State University’s Recording Industry program held a fundraiser on Sunday night at the Listening Room in Nashville. Several MTSU students performed alongside singer and 2005 MT graduate Eric Paslay and fellow sing-songwriter Dylan Altman. The event was a part of the MTSU Songwriting Series. Follow Staff Photographer Matt Master on Instagram at @HamiltonMattMasters. …

models during the "Dressed to Give Fashion Affair" at Stones River Country Club in Murfreesboro, Tenn. on Saturday, Nov. 22, 2014. The event was a fundraiser for Helping Hands Worldwide Services. (MTSU Sidelines/Greg French)

Murfreesboro hit the runway on Nov. 22 for the “Dress To Give Fashion Affair” fundraiser at the Stones River Country Club. The money raised from entrance fees, private donations, silent auctions and sponsors will go to Helping Hands Worldwide Services. Host George W. Manus Jr. says that they were only a couple hundred dollars away from …

Slipknot frontman Corey Taylor performs at Bridgestone Arena in Nashville, Tenn. on Friday, Nov. 22, 2014. The band was playing a headlining show on their "Prepare for Hell" Tour. (MTSU Sidelines/Matt Masters)

Slipknot and Korn came to Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena to play for a crowd of all ages Friday night. Fans ranging from mid-20s to 40s, parents and college students flooded to the floor and seats of the arena prior to the show. Just after 8 p.m, the house lights dropped and green LED speakers lit the stage. Within seconds …