In The Round with Jordyn Shellhart, Dustin Christensen, Tom Douglas and Lori McKenna, $20

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In The Round with Jordyn Shellhart, Dustin Christensen, Tom Douglas and Lori McKenna, $20
Wednesday, June 26, 2019 9:00 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $20 cover charge at door
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
 
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  • When: Wednesday, Jun 26, 2019 9:00 PM (Doors open at 8:30 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 8:30 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $20 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.
Dustin Christensen: When Miranda Lambert calls you "A Bad Ass", and Pharrell Williams calls you "A Natural", the most Natural, Bad Ass thing to do is not get an MBA degree and go into the business world. Although Dustin did get an MBA degree, he passed on the business world to pursue a career as an Artist and Songwriter.

Born in Idaho and raised in Utah, Christensen was formaly the lead member of the rock band Jerrytown, and currently holds membership in the Bluegrass Gospel project, The Lower Lights. Splitting time between Nashville, Los Angeles, and Utah, Christensen has established himself as a sought-after producer, and Songwriter, And will Release Sad Songs Volumes I and II in Late 2016, the follow-up to his previous effort, Highway Lines.
 
Dustin signed a publishing deal with Carnival Music, Nashville, and was a Four Chair Turn on Season 9 of The Voice on NBC. “Dustin possesses an unmatched talent, accentuated with an effortless vocal delivery and keen lyrical and melodic sensibilities,” says Carnival’s Courtney Gregg.“His musical ability is paired with an unrelenting work ethic. We are extremely charged and humbled to have him at Carnival.”
Lori McKenna: Lori McKenna puts a magnifying glass on un-championed lives. She doesn’t just notice the quiet and ordinary, she delights in it – effortlessly transforming the average to extraordinary. The result is over a decade worth of songs filled with honest stories and melodic depth.
 
While Nashville has become an important artistic and business hub for McKenna, Stoughton, Massachusetts has remained home. Her commute between the two cities hasn’t held her back in the least. Since receiving her first album cut through superstar, Faith Hill, McKenna is one of the most sought after songwriters in the industry with her songs recorded by top artists such as Reba, Hunter Hayes, Alison Krauss, David Nail and Keith Urban and multiple awards from BMI, CMA, and the Boston Music Awards. McKenna’s songwriting credits include the 2x Platinum Billboard No. 1 hit, “I Want Crazy,” by Hunter Hayes and radio favorites like Little Big Town’s “Your Side of the Bed” and “Sober.”
 
McKenna penned the 2015 massive Little Big Town hit, “Girl Crush,” which reached 11 weeks on the Billboard’s Hot Country Songs and netted McKenna a CMA Award, NSAI Songwriters Award and her first Grammy. Billboard recently spotlighted McKenna for bringing the solo songwriter back to No. 1 with her Tim McGraw hit, “Humble & Kind.” The song hit No. 1 on the Billboard Country Airplay and Hot Country Songs chart, marking the first time in more than four years a song written by one writer topped the chart. In 2016, McKenna received her second consecutive “Song of the Year” award at the CMAs for “Humble & Kind,” marking her the first solo songwriter to win the award since 2011 and the first since 1993 to receive the honor two years in a row.
 
As an artist, McKenna has now recorded a total of 10 albums. Rolling Stone named Numbered Doors, a stunning collection of her gritty, pensive songs, one of the “40 Best Country Albums of 2014.” Massachusetts, released the previous year, introduced McKenna to an even wider audience, hungry for something real, while 2012’s Heart Shaped Bullet Hole and 2011’s Lorraine were also breakthroughs, adding New York Times praise to her long list of fans including American Songwriter, Paste, and CMT. Her latest solo release, The Bird & The Rifle, was produced by Grammy-winning producer Dave Cobb and has been revered by NPR as “one of 2016’s best releases.”