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by Marissa R. Moss There’s a neighborhood in East Nashville known as “Little Hollywood,” but it seems the city as a whole is adopting that moniker. Following in the footsteps of ABC’s Nashville, Jack Black has partnered up with another Tenacious “D” — Dwight Yoakam — to produce a new comedy series set in Music City, according to Deadline. Titled Belles & Whistles, the half-hour show for Fox centers on a bored father who uproots his family from Silicon Valley to the country capital in search of music stardom. 30 Great Country Albums of 2015 You Probably Didn’t Hear Though it’s not explicitly stated whether or not Black or Yoakam will star in the series, they both have plenty of experience flirting in each other’s worlds.