Songwriters to play tribute to Taylor Swift’s 1989 in Nashville…

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I can’t think of a cooler tribute to Taylor Swift’s record breaking pop album debut and Grammy nominated, 1989, than some talented songwriters singing it at the City Winery in Nashville. AND that’s just what will happen on February 5th. FOR A GOOD CAUSE, TOO NO DOUBT! Don’t worry, the event got the stamp of approval from Taylor when she not only retweeted the event, but also commented back with her appreciation.

The Tennessean says:

Performers include ABC’s “Nashville” cast member Aubrey Peeples, singer-songwriters Matthew Perryman Jones, Caroline Glaser, Zeke Duhon, Griffin House, Morgan Myles, Olivia Lane and local funk/soul favorites Alanna Royale. 

The concert is a fundraiser for Musicians Corner, a free outdoor concert series held in the spring and fall at Centennial Park.

Surely a night to remember!


James Otto is hitting the road in his grandad’s pickup

“It’s a car show every day and a rocking country concert every night, with a parade of hot rods driving to each stop of the tour with me,” says Otto. “As the Grand Marshall, I’ll be leading the parade from city to city in my ’66 Chevy C-10 that I’ve dubbed “For Pete’s Sake” in honor of my grandpa Pete, who gave me the truck.”

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