Special Evening with "Nasty Woman" Poet Nina Mariah Donovan

The Williamson County Democratic Party and Indivisible District 7 invite you to a very special night at the Legendary Kimbro's Pickin Parlor in downtown Franklin.

Nina Mariah Donovan, the 19-year old poet whose electric piece, "Nasty Woman," rocketed to fame after Ashley Judd performed at the January Women's March in Washington, DC, will host an evening of spoken word and music at 7 p.m., Thursday, June 1. 

Donovan will headline a full night of music and spoken word performance by local artists. A discussion with Tennessee Young Democrats kicks off the evening.

Tickets are selling fast so we suggest your purchase them in advance by clicking here, at $15 each for adults. 18 and under are free. Proceeds will support progressive candidates in upcoming Williamson County elections.


Nina's Bio

Nina Mariah Donovan

My name is Nina Mariah Donovan and I am a 19 year old spoken word artist in the greater Nashville area! I am a Sociology major at Columbia State Community College, and I hope to one day become either a Women and Gender Studies or Social Problems teacher. I currently have an EP out titled What A Time To Be Nasty, which can be found on Spotify, iTunes, Tidal, Amazon Music, Apple Music, etc., and I hope to release some new work within the next month! You can find me on Instagram, Facebook, SoundCloud and Twitter!

June 01, 2017 at 7pm - 11pm
Kimbro's Pickin Parlor
214 S Margin St
Franklin, TN 37174
United States
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