The Stewarts Weekend Show feat. Kathy Redwine, Jenny Casey, Bill Warrington, Eddie Paul, Billy Lee, Steve Pasch, Jane Bach, E. Marlowe, Caitlin Nicole Eadie, Tom Whall & Spencer Mulder
7:00 - Kathy Redwine, Jenny Casey, Bill Warrington, Eddie Paul
8:00 - Billy Lee, Steve Pasch , Jane Bach, Elizabeth Marlowe
9:00 - Caitlin Eadie, Tom Whall, Spencer Mulder
10:00 - Unscheduled Rounds, sign in by 8:00
Great Live Music, no cover, full menu dinner and drink specials, patio outside, children friendly.
Rick and Tammy Stewart
Nashville TN |
Nashville TN | Singer/Songwriter
Kathy Redwine is a singer/songwriter who grew up listening to every kind of music. As an escape, an adventure, and a joy... music and singing have been her passion since she can remember. Since moving from Oregon to Music City USA in the fall of 2001, she has been plugging along at writing, networking, and singing out every chance she gets. She enjoys playing out with her close friends and making any event the social event of the year. Kathy and her close friend and sista, Hollie Brogunier, also play out in their band, "The Red Wine Effect". Kathy plays a purple bass. Yes, purple. Everything.
Kathy has a daughter, Kaydance (Boo), who is the love of her life. While staying plenty busy with her and a full-time job, she also enjoys entertaining and checking cool life stuff off her bucket list. Kathy got a publishing deal with OSM Music Group in July of 2012 and couldn't be happier to continue chasing her dream.
Nashville TN | Country
I'm a working mom and a Nashville country artist. They say country music is all about the truth.... well it doesn't get more real than this!
I have a husband, four kids, a regular job... oh yeah, and a music problem : ) I write and sing about everyday life, and I tell it like it is!
These days, I believe hard working adults deserve a voice in music too. Songs about noisy kids, messy houses, crappy jobs... why not??? I'm happy to help!
So if you're looking for music that's FUN and REAL, you have definitely come to the right place! Welcome to the club!!!!
Nashville TN |
Bill Warrington grew up in Spokane, Washington. At 17, he joined the Navy and while stationed in San Diego at the North Island Naval Air Station in 1976, he saw a retiring Naval Commander, playing a banjo for some kids. Bill knew then that he wanted to be a singer/songwriter. He bought his first guitar that day, learned how to play and wrote his first song shortly after that. After moving back home to Spokane in 1980, he began working for the Post Office. He continued to write songs and hone his guitar/songwriting skills and rather than going Postal, he bit the bullet in 1989 and moved to Nashville. After getting to town, Bill realized he had a lot of work to do. The writers, singers and players in Nashville are the greatest in the world and in order to work with them, he knew the bar was high. After working hard for many years, and learning from successful writers like Jack Keller, Jon Ims and Patti Ryan, he went on to write with great writers, such as; Gerald Smith, Thom Shepherd, Dave Gibson, Patti Ryan, Bryan Cumming, Bob Feldman, Marty Hansen (aka Professor Marty), Tom Manning, Marci Salyer and Donna DeSopo, Julie Taylor, Luther Lewis. His songs have been recorded by Sue James, Sarah Hoffman, The Readings, Queenie Mullinix, Gerald Smith and Marci Salyer. He has won the Most Promising Male Award for 2004 - Songwriter of the Year Award 2005 and Co Writer of the Year Award 2006 which he won with his friend Joan Walker from the Tennessee Songwriters Association International.
Nashville TN | Country
The unnatural move to Nashville seemed perfect. For 20 years, I've paid my dues being a Bar Star, teething on Redneck Country and Southern Rock. Those of you who have followed me along the way, know that I sing with passion and play guitar with reckless abandon. By being a front man, and always knowing that the show must go on, I've been the Lead Player, I've played Bass, Rhythm and Mandolin. Even though I've had to play in places that didnt want to hear some "front mans" original music, I've continued to write and play them along the way. It gave me a chance to try my original stuff on crowds, and sometimes even to broken hearts and empty bottles. I want to thank some of the great musicians that I've played with along the way, the late night Grand Slams and getting thrown out of Denny's, the one-bar towns in cornfield country who welcomed me with open arms. I also want to thank all the fans who have followed me while I paid my dues, and came out to see my play, religiously...Thanks Y'all!......I'm just sayin
Nashville TN | Christian & Gospel
Steve Pasch, a NJ native, grew up with 4 brothers, great parents, and a love for music that started at a very young age. He listened to his older brother’s record collections and taught himself how to play guitar and bass and started writing his own songs at the age of 13. He knew that his path in life would be lived to the beat of a musical soundtrack.
At the age of 15, he began singing in local bands with his older brothers’ friends, doing concerts at local events in NJ and NY. In 7th grade, he met his songwriting partner Anthony Krizan. Over the next ten years they recorded original music and played hundreds of concerts.
In their senior year, they formed NYC (the band). They began playing the now world famous NY clubs of Bleaker Street, The Bitter End, and Kenny’s Castaways. They also were a regular fixture at CBGB’S as well as NJ’s Stone Pony and clubs at the Jersey shore.
Steve’s songs caught the ear of Sony publishing a year after graduation, and he started moving forward quickly. A record deal with Polygram followed the same year and manager Allen Kovac signed the band to Left Bank Mgt. in LA.
New York NY |
Jane Bach is a native New Yorker who moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1982 to pursue a career in songwriting. She is a multiple award winning, hit songwriter, who has had songs recorded by the likes of Tammy Wynette, Reba McEntire, Collin Raye, JoDee Messina and many, many others. Her number one record "The Last One to Know", Reba McEntire, remains one of Reba's biggest selling singles. She also penned "Just Enough Love", the last number one record for country music legend Ray Price. Her most recent single, "Dare to Dream", JoDee Messina, earned her yet another ASCAP award, for having written one of the most performed songs of the year. She has had hit records in Canada, France and Holland, as well as other releases worldwide. Her song "Mercy", co-written with Lindsay Price (Lipstick Jungle) was recently featured on the show "Wildfire". Jane is a well respected teacher, who has written a workbook for new songwriters, "Songwriting and the Music Business".....and has developed an eight week workshop that employs the techniques used in that workbook. She has taught in Nashville and New York City, and was chosen to give a Master Class in songwriting at Vanderbilt University.
Nashville TN |
E has been called a lot of things in her life, but "average" is not one of them. She graduated from UGA Law School, and soon after became a part of the Athens, Georgia music scene as an entertainment lawyer. She has also been playing music and writing songs since the age of twelve, from metal to bluegrass and everything in between. She has fronted an all-girl rock band called Ruby Cadillac that went heavy on tequila and light on practicing. She played bass badly in a jazz ensemble that didn't seem to care that she couldn’t actually play the bass. She soon realized she was not going to be the next Joan Jett (or the next Jaco Pastorius!), so she took all that energy and channeled it into her songwriting. E still has the soul of a rocker that finds its way into everything she does.
E has had several independent cuts, single song contracts, and song contest awards, including winning the NSAI/CMT Listeners’ Choice Award for her solo-penned “What If I Can’t.”
E has written with some fine staff writers and recording artists including Jesse Terry, Perry Miears, Jefferson Ross, Jabe Beyer, Anne E. DeChant and J.P. Williams. E moved to Nashville in 2009 which makes her frequent visits to Las Paletas and the Holland House a whole lot easier.
In addition to her love of caramel popsicles and Moscow Mules, E collects vintage guitars, bakes a mean pie and enjoys spending time with her son and their herd of dogs in their East Nashville bungalow.
Caitlin Nicole Eadie
Nashville TN | Singer-Songwriter
Nashville TN | Pop
“I’m trying to breach multiple generations and eras with my music. I listen to music that I know, ten or twenty years from now, will still be relevant and awesome. Consequently, that’s what I want to write. I grew up on folks like Stevie Wonder, James Taylor, and Kenny Loggins, so you might hear some of that in my music or you might not. Either way, I hope you like it. If you don’t like it, go listen to those folks. You gotta like them.”
Tom graduated from the Baldwin-Wallace Conservatory of Music just south of Cleveland, OH with a degree in drums/percussion. While in school, he gained attention from local newspapers and radio stations with his self-released, “Uplift EP”. Upon graduation in 2011, he relocated to Nashville, TN to record with producer, Warren Whitten at the world-renown Tracking Room Studio on Music Row, as well as The Brown Owl Studio. This EP sparked Tom’s strong beginnings as a Nashville artist.
As of April 1, 2013, a new record was released, showcasing Tom’s unique style and ability to tiptoe across genre norms. It was recorded with producer, Gus Berry at Berrytown Studios in Nashville. Tom is quickly gaining attention throughout Nashville as he performs locally with many up and coming artists.