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Bus Call at Tin Roof
Nashville
1516 Demonbreun St.
Nashville, 37203
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Full band show! https://www.buscallnashville.com/

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Buckle & Boots Country Festival
Manchester, England
Whitebottom Farm, Etherow Country Park, Compstall, Stockport SK6 5HZ
Manchester
England
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‘Buckle & Boots’ is a country music festival that will host the cream of UK Country talent alongside chart topping US Country stars from across the Atlantic. Nestled in the picturesque Manchester countryside, ‘Buckle & Boots’ Country Music Festival has the specific aim to give the UK country fan a festival that highlights our own UK Country artists and sees them sharing the same stage as top US performers. This is the first annual ‘Buckle & Boots’ Country Festival. With a wonderful variety of food, drink and camping facilities on site you’ll have everything at hand to experience a great festival of country music.

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Belcourt Taps (Jamie's Jam)
Nashville, TN, USA
2117 Belcourt Ave
Nashville, TN
USA
(615) 915-3622
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Jamie's Jam: writers round night hosted by Swedish Country Artist Jamie Meyer.

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Musicians Corner
Nashville, TN, USA
2500 West End Ave
Nashville, TN
USA
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Musicians Corner, a program of The Conservancy for the Parthenon and Centennial Park, supports emerging artists, and provides inclusive arts enrichment and educational programming for adults and youth. Musicians Corner presents free music events in Nashville's downtown Centennial Park in partnership with the City of Nashville and local music industry, showcasing over 1,000 artists since its inception in 2010.

he Musicians Corner audience has substantially grown in size from 5,000 people in 2010 to over 75,000 in 2017. The events have expanded over the years with the introduction of the Lightning 100 Acoustic Stage, local artisans, food trucks, etc.

https://musicianscornernashville.com/about/past-artists

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The Listening Room
Nashville, TN, USA
618 4th Ave S
Nashville, TN
USA
(615) 259-3600
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Chris Blair, owner and singer/songwriter himself, decided to open a venue because he was playing his own music around Nashville and couldn’t find a place that he felt had the sound and atmosphere that Nashville artists deserved.