Nashville, TENN. – Nashville Public Library presents Future Break featuring Minton Sparks. Recently awarded The Fellowship of Southern Writers 2011 inaugural Spoken Word Award, Tennessee native Minton Sparks is a literate livewire in a flower print church dress. This Grammy©-nominated artist teaches workshops across the U.S., and in her newly established Writing and Performance Institute here in Nashville. Appearing with Minton Sparks is her long-time side-kick, John Jackson, an A-list Nashville guitarist with a wide range of influences, perhaps most well-known music for backing up legendary Bob Dylan 1991-97. For a view of the entire lineup, please visit http://www.southernword.org/events/future-break-at-the-nashville-public-library/.
WHAT: Night at the Library, Future Break
WHEN: May 17 at 6:00 p.m.
WHERE: 615 Church Street, Nashville Public Library
UPCOMING EVENTS FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:
Salon@615: Colin Powell - May 30, 7:00 p.m. at Belmont University
For more information and details to all events, visit http://www.library.nashville.org/.
Night at the Library offers diverse programming for all ages after hours at the library. Salon @615 is an author reading series which is a partnership between Nashville Public Library, Humanities Tennessee, the Nashville Public Library Foundation and Parnassus Books, which will be the on-site bookseller for the events.
The events are supported by the Nashville Public Library Foundation.