Benefiting The National Healthcare For The Homeless Council

An East Nashville Christmas

Nashville Scene Critic's Pick …

Displays of neighborliness are nothing new for East Nashville, but the multi-artist benefit album and series of live shows dubbed An East Nashville Christmas really do take fellow feeling to a new level. Spearheaded by Phil Harris, producer, engineer and proprietor of PH Balanced Recording Studio near Five Points, the album features the first new track from the original lineup of BR549 in a good long while, and 17 other seasonally appropriate performances that find the sweet spot between retro-roots classicism and bohemian whimsy. The remainder of the pickers and singers run the string-band-to-honky-tonk gamut, from the Kenny Vaughan Trio to Sam Bush, Jesse Lee Jones, Derek Hoke, Julie Lee, Mike Farris and David Mayfield Parade. Some of those folks along with several others will appear at the Station Inn release show and the Bluegrass Underground date, backed by a house band that boasts the likes of Mike Bub, Christian Sedelmyer and Paul Niehaus. Last, but certainly not least, they’re raising funds for a worthy cause, the National Health Care for the Homeless Council. Additional shows take place Dec. 18 at The 5 Spot and Dec. 19 at Music City Roots at The Loveless Barn. Stay tuned for a more in-depth feature in the Dec. 13 issue.


Sat, Dec 8 | 1:00 PM
Cumberland Caverns
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Jeff and Vida

Nashville TN  |  Country

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