Marshall Chapman Album Release (feat. Will Kimbrough)

Nashville Scene Critic's Pick …

There isn’t much that Marshall Chapman hasn’t done by now. That includes escaping the manicured clutches of well-heeled South Carolina womanhood, getting rides from her Vanderbilt dorm in Jack Clement’s Cadillac, hosting mint julep parties for the country outlaws and bluebloods of Nashville, knocking such a musical beast as Jerry Lee Lewis off his feet with the force of her performance, getting away with singing about oral sex in 1970s Nashville — not to mention writing two books, multiple magazine columns, music for a play and several decades’ worth of songs. I could go on, but there’s already an unabridged account of her exploits in her thoroughly enjoyable memoir Goodbye, Little Rock and Roller. Even with one of Nashville’s all-time-great track records, the singer-songwriter/author/6-foot personality is still whipping out moves we haven’t seen before. Her new album, Blaze of Glory, is a full-circle celebration of playful-as-ever sexuality, quirky mysticism and no-regrets mortality. Who else could pull that off? Stay tuned for a Vodka Yonic piece next week on the most comfortable-in-her-skin sexagenarian artist in town


Fri, Jun 14 | 9:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe
All ages
[Venue Details]

Marshall Chapman

Nashville TN  |  Singer-Songwriter

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