Morrison Hotel Gallery Partners with The Bluebird Café and H. Audrey to Launch I...

Morrison Hotel Gallery Partners with The Bluebird Café and H. Audrey to Launch Iconic Music Photography Exhibit Singers and Songwriters On Sunday, May 4th Morrison Hotel Gallery celebrates its new installation of music photography at the famed Bluebird Café in Nashville with a day of music stories as told by world-renowned music photographer Henry Diltz and his partner with the Morrison Hotel Gallery, Peter Blachley, both seasoned musicians, storytellers and purveyors of the visual side of music through their world acclaimed music photography gallery, Morrison Hotel Gallery, the gallery that takes its name from the iconic Morrison Hotel album cover taken by Henry Diltz. Representing over 80 music photographers, the gallery will cover the walls at The Bluebird Café with a tribute to many of our most beloved singer/songwriters including beautiful...

The Bluebird Cafe Is NOT Closing!

The Bluebird Cafe Is NOT Closing! Hey y’all: THE BLUEBIRD CAFE IS NOT CLOSING! We are here to stay. The Nashville Scene played an April Fool’s joke on us all.

ELLIS PAUL TO PLAY THE BLUEBIRD – MAY 8, 2014 @ 9PM

ELLIS PAUL TO PLAY THE BLUEBIRD – MAY 8, 2014 @ 9PM Ellis Paul is one of the leading voices in American songwriting and one of the top songwriters to emerge out of the fertile Boston folk scene. He helped create a movement that revitalized the national acoustic circuit with an urban, literate, folk rock style that helped renew interest in the genre in the 90′s. His charismatic, personally authentic performance style has influenced a generation of artists away from the artifice of pop, and closer towards the realness of folk. Though he remains among the most pop-friendly of today’s singer-songwriters – his songs regularly appear in hit movie and TV soundtracks – he has bridged the gulf between the modern folk sound and the populist traditions of...

SUNDAY WRITERS AUDITIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE AT 12:00 CST TODAY

Due to technical difficulties, Sunday Writers’ Night sign ups have been pushed back to 12PM CST TODAY, March 21st. We apologize for the inconvenience. Sometimes technology lets us down. A link will be posted shortly. The following link will be active at 12PM TODAY, March 21st for Sunday Writers’ Night auditions on April 6th (copy and paste it, please): http://www.ticketsnashville.com/websales/pages/TicketSearchCriteria.aspx?evtinfo=79176~3e35cab0-390a-478c-8da2-7baca9cdce82&epguid=2bddf5c5-25ac-4489-a1b5-f52de9cc93a4&

JEFF BLACK TO PLAY THE BLUEBIRD CAFE ON APRIL 1ST @ 9:00PM

JEFF BLACK TO PLAY THE BLUEBIRD CAFE ON APRIL 1ST @ 9:00PM “His words and voice hold down center stage with a craft so deeply in the artistic pocket that it obscures anything outside.” – No Depression Thirty years of celebrated live performances and songs covered by artists as diverse as Alison Krauss, Waylon Jennings, Sam Bush, Jerry Douglas, John Oates, Blackhawk and Dierks Bentley, Jeff Black is recognized as a pioneer in the modern music industry. Boston s WUMB listeners voted Jeff Black as one of the top 100 most important Folk artists of the last 25 years. After critically acclaimed commercial releases on label homes, fan favorite independent releases on his own Lotos Nile Music imprint, song placement on numerous independent films, Black continues to evolve...

GRIFFIN HOUSE TO PLAY THE BLUEBIRD APRIL 17TH – RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE MAR...

GRIFFIN HOUSE TO PLAY THE BLUEBIRD APRIL 17TH – RESERVATIONS AVAILABLE MARCH 27TH: Griffin House will play The Bluebird on April 17th @ 9pm. Reservations will become available EARLY on March 27th @ 8am CST via www.bluebirdcafe.com. The cover charge is $20 in advance. About Griffin: Springfield, OH native Griffin House didn’t begin playing guitar and writing songs until he was 18. After graduating, he joined some of his buddies who’d moved to Nashville, and started doing solo gigs at the bottoms of bills in local clubs.  Within months, he was headlining, surprising himself at his rapid development.  “I was working in a gift shop downtown for $6.50 an hour,” he remembers, “and four months later I was flying to L.A. and New York for meetings with record labels.” House signed with Nettwerk...

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