kortney & dave wilson
What began as two separate musical careers has become a lifelong partnership for Kortney and Dave Wilson. After trading in their microphones for tool belts, the Canadian-born Nashville couple began flipping houses while raising their children, and in the process, have become two of television’s favorite home renovation experts.
In 2009, CMT Canada debuted a reality show called “Meet the Wilsons”. For two seasons, cameras followed the couple and their family on their house-flipping adventures. Soon after, Kortney and Dave began interacting with their fans as hosts of their own daytime talk show on CMT’s, “Kortney & Dave: By Request”. Since then, Kortney, an award-winning Realtor and design visionary, and Dave, a tireless flipper with a nose for profit, have become the stars of the hit HGTV series: Music City Fix (previously known as Masters Of Flip). Now in it’s fourth season, the series follows the witty husband and wife team through the mess and stress of renovation, the magic of transformation and the anticipation of enormous profits, as they breathe new life into old, rundown Nashville homes.
Ethan Shane was born and raised in south Nashville. His heart has always been in arts and music. At a young age, Ethan realized he wanted to do as much with creativity as possible. He has been involved in everything from poetry to choir, to art and music theory. While pushing boundaries he discovered floral design strictly because fate allowed him to. With no formal education in floral design he never realized this would lead to an avenue in which he could create things from his heart and soul. Floral Design allowed him to connect with others as he always dreamed of. Ethan’s experience can be accredited to the hours and commitment put forth daily. Ethan’s main goal in floral design is to ultimately share with others the blessings of the purpose and process.
Bohnne Jones, an award winning business owner and interior decorator, is the only Nashville Decorator to be featured in the new book “Love Your Home”.
Bohnne has been providing Nashville area homeowners with fantastic products and solutions for residential and light commercial for over 10 years. She’s a dynamic designer who has worked on design projects from Massachusetts to California,
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Mary Hance, Ms. Cheap, writes a frugal consumer column and welcomes your tips on how to save money and time. She loves helping people stretch their dollars and is always looking for good sales and creative penny pinching strategies. The Ms. Cheap column, which has been running for almost 25 years, appears through the week and on Sundays in The Tennessean.
A native of Senatobia, Miss., she learned her thrift from her frugal parents – her bargain savvy mother and her father who was an Episcopal priest and bishop. She grew up in Mississippi and in Memphis, and graduated with honors from the University of the South at Sewanee, with a degree in English. In 1976, she started with the Nashville Banner as a copy clerk and worked her way up to cover the local, state and federal courts, the police beat, Metro government, and worked as an editorial writer, a business writer and assistant business editor. When the Banner closed in 1998, she and her Ms. Cheap column moved to The Tennessean.
Jennifer started her interior design business in 2008, after owning a custom drapery business for 15 years. In 2016, she expanded to a brick-and-mortar store, when she and her husband, Scott, opened JD’s, an upscale home décor boutique in Murfreesboro. Her impeccable taste and warm personality have won over clients and garnered awards, including the 2008 People’s Choice Award for Best Decorated House in the Parade of Homes, and the 2019 Ruthie’s Award for Best Designer. She’s also written the “House to Home” column for The Tennessean since 2014. Jennifer’s passion is making a house a home, and utilizing her expertise, experience, and network of resources to do so.