Panarts Belfast Songwriters Presents: In The Round with Rory Nellis, Ashley Campbell, Victoria Banks, and Phil Barton with guests Niamh McGlinchey and Allison McGrath, $15

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Panarts Belfast Songwriters Presents: In The Round with Rory Nellis, Ashley Campbell, Victoria Banks, and Phil Barton with guests Niamh McGlinchey and Allison McGrath, $15
Saturday, March 16, 2019 9:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $TBA cover charge at door
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
Admission Type Price Quantity
SOLD OUT! There will be a few church pew seats (ALL-AGES) that are first come, first served when doors open. There’s always a possibility of more seats becoming available at the door due to no shows or last-minute cancellations.
Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $TBA cover charge at door
    $10 food/drink minimum per person
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There are 20 tables, 10 bar seats and 8 pew seats available for reservation. The remaining pew seats for this show are not reserved in advance. These seats are available on a first come/first served basis when doors open.
Rory Nellis: Around 1990, a small boy saw Matthew Broderick miming to a Beatles song on a carnival float. Shortly afterwards, he started writing songs, and he’s been doing it ever since. Fast forward a few years and Belfast singer-songwriter Rory Nellis is currently working on his third album, the highly-anticipated follow-up to an LP widely considered one of the strongest Northern Irish albums of 2017, There Are Enough Songs in The World.
Capturing an artist whose music stems from carefully-crafted musings on life, death, relationships and – occasionally – politics, forthcoming single ‘The Fear’ finds Nellis at his most musically earworming, and lyrically incisive best. It’s a feature-length meditation on the the fact “we’re all in this together, for better or worse” that bursts with pathos and melody.
Victoria Banks: Victoria Banks has been nominated for 11 Canadian Country Music Association (CCMA) Awards and was named CCMA Female Artist of the Year and Songwriter of the Year in 2010. She has been labeled “one of the best songwriters in the business” by Nashville’s MusicRow magazine.

In addition to releasing three albums and touring with artists from Reba to Wynonna, Banks - who hails from Muskoka, Canada - has written ASCAP, SOCAN, CCMA and Covenant-award-winning songs for more than 50 artists.

Her cuts include Jessica Simpson’s Billboard record- breaking single “Come On Over,” Sara Evans’ solo-written hit “Saints & Angels” and duet “Can’t Stop Loving You” (featuring Isaac Slade of The Fray), Lauren Alaina’s “Queen of Hearts,” and many more. In 2016, Banks performed with the Nashville Ballet as part of their Attitude program, for which several of her songs were choreographed including the program’s title song, “City of Dreams.”
Phil Barton: Phil Barton is an Australian songwriter living in Nashville, TN. He has had songs recorded by Sara Evans, David Nail, Eli Young Band, Dustin Lynch, Cassadee Pope, Morgan Evans, Seth Ennis, Locash and many more.

He had his first number one with the Lee Brice smash A Woman Like You. This song led to a Music Row Breakthrough Songwriter Of The Year, an NSAI award for one of the coveted “Ten Songs I Wish I’d Written”, and has since been certified double platinum. Along with his success in American country music, Phil has had eleven Top Ten singles in Canada with artists like Tim Hicks, Chad Brownlee, The Washboard Union, Jojo Mason and Meghan Patrick to name a few. In Australia, he has had endless cuts with Missy Lancaster, Busby Marou, Jai Waetford, The Wolfe Brothers, and  Reigan.

He recently signed a new publishing co-venture with Olé  and Liz Rose Music.
Niamh McGlinchey: Niamh’s music is an eclectic mix of folk, country and americana styles, all sprinkled with her unique “velvet voice”. Niamh’s ability to charm audiences with her unique style became evident from a young age, claiming an All-Ireland Title  in 2008, at just 15 years of age. In that same year, the budding singer-songwriter graced the hallowed turf of Croke Park to sing the national anthem, which is a much sought after opportunity. From there Niamh’s career in music catapulted as she represented the North in RTE’s All Ireland Talent Show in 2009, serenading the nation with her innocent rendition of Raglan Road.
Allison McGragth: