In The Round with David Seger, Jeremy Bussey, JP Williams, and Scott Reeves

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In The Round with David Seger, Jeremy Bussey, JP Williams, and Scott Reeves
Wednesday, July 31, 2019 6:00 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • No cover charge
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
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  • When: Wednesday, Jul 31, 2019 6:00 PM (Doors open at 5:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 5:00 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: No cover charge
    $10 food/drink minimum per person
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Early shows at the Bluebird usually feature the best up and coming songwriters (and the occasional hit writer). They may not have a lot of hits yet, but you will see a great show.

There are 20 tables and 10 bar seats available for reservation. Pew Seats for these shows are not reserved in advance. These seats are available on a first come/ first served basis when doors open..
David Seger: David Seger has written and performed songs throughout the Southeast since he first picked up a guitar at the age of six.  Born in Plantation Florida and raised in the foothills of the Smokey Mountains, his songs are influenced by the outdoors, fast cars, and the love of his beautiful wife.  He finally got tired of driving to Nashville and moved here full time in 2008.  Since then he’s co-written songs released by independent artists Darryl Ryan, Jesse Wayne Taylor, and David Evans.
Jeremy Bussey: Jeremy Bussey grew up in the small town of Sylvan Springs, Alabama just outside of Birmingham. Like most kids, he loved to fish, hunt and basically anything outdoors. At the age of 5 he found something else he loved. Music. He started taking piano lessons, then later started writing his own songs and eventually made his way to Nashville, Tn. Jeremy started playing songwriter nights all over Nashville. He continued to work at crafting his lyrical skills and ultimately caught the attention of Ron Stuve at UMPG in 2010. These days, he has become the “go to guy” for great lyrics and song ideas. Jeremy has had his songs recorded by artist like Jason Aldean (All Out Of Beer) Brantley Gilbert (Three Feet Of Water) Ashley McBryde – (Title track – Girl Goin’ Nowhere) Chase Rice (Single – Everybody We Know Does) Thompson Square (Single – You Make It Look So Good) Josh Gallagher – (Single – Pick Any Small Town) Lonestar (Single – Just The Rain, Boomerang, Twice, Oh Yeah) Pop/Rhythm artist Nick Bennett (Single – Hotter Than You) Tate Stevens – (Single – Power Of A Love Song, Holler If You’re With Me) Mark Wills (Single – Looking For America, As Much Like Jesus) and others.

He has also had landed songs for sync with Pepsi, and recently Ram Trucks. “I have always loved the stories in songs. That’s why the lyric has always been my strongest suit. I enjoy playing the piano, guitar and singing, but I love writing a great lyric and idea. It’s like putting the last piece of the puzzle together…then starting another puzzle.”
JP Williams: JP Williams is a performing songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. He’s co-writer on the no. 1 hit single “Best Shot”—the song that launched the career of country music artist Jimmie Allen. JP has performed on the Grand Ole Opry (a stunning solo acoustic performance of his song entitled “The Grand Ole Opry” cowritten with Bobby Tomberlin), as well as countless other notable stages throughout his career in the music industry.

He writes under his own publishing company, Blonde Leading Blind Music. Previously, he was signed as a staff writer with Major Bob Music from 2011 to 2018. In addition to songwriting, JP is an accomplished singer, songwriting workshop leader, and public speaker. Blind since age 10, he brings a unique, seasoned perspective to every opportunity. Whether it’s a music gig on a notable stage, a songwriting workshop on a university campus, or keynote speech at a national conference, JP has an innate gift for connecting with audiences through humor and music to share wisdom and inspiration.

JP is passionate about the positive power of music, accessible technology, and leveling the playing field in the workplace (and, heck, every place) for people of all abilities. If you’re interested in his music, workshops, or speaking, get in touch via the Contact page on the website.
Scott Reeves:
In 2011 Scott Reeves became a member of an elite group of songwriters when Toby Keith’s “Made In America” hit No. 1 on the Billboard county music chart. Working in collaboration with Keith and fellow songwriter Bobby Pinson, Reeves crafted a lyric line that resonated with the nation. The song garnered number one status on the county charts as well as a Top 40 position on the Billboard Hot 100, along with BMI award honors. For Reeves, songwriting has become a passion, and performing country music has been a joy. In 2003 Scott and his good friend Aaron Benward formed the country duo, Blue County. Their collaboration quickly led to a record deal with Curb Records, followed by a self‐titled album that produced several Billboard country chart hits—“Good Little Girls” (Top 10), “That’s Cool” (written by Reeves), “Nothing But Cowboy Boots,” and “That Summer Song.” In 2004 Blue County performed at the County Music Association music festival and the duo was nominated for a coveted CMA award. Later that same year they were also nominated for an American County Music Award. Over the next three years Blue County toured the nation, opening shows for Tim McGraw, Kenny Chesney, Wynonna, Keith Urban, Brooks & Dunn, and many others. Their busy schedule also included recording two tracks for the Evan Almighty motion picture soundtrack and making several appearances on the legendary Grand Ole Opry stage. In 2008 Reeves and Benward retired Blue County to focus on independent careers.

As if being an award‐winning singer/songwriter wasn’t impressive enough, Scott Reeves is also a very successful Hollywood actor. In 2009 he began a four‐year shift on General Hospital for ABC, where he played Dr. Steven Webber. Scott’s filmography also includes ten years as Ryan McNeil, a feature character on the daytime drama The Young and the Restless, as wells as roles on television series such as Chicago Hope, The King of Queens, Touched By An Angel, and Days of Our Lives. He has also starred in the made for TV movies I Know My First Name Is Steven, Hearts Adrift, When The Cradle Falls, and Half a Dozen Babies. Whether it’s playing and singing in the legendary writers’ rounds at Nashville’s Bluebird Café, performing onstage at The Grand Ole Opry, or acting for the bright lights of Hollywood, each facet of Scott’s career fills out this modern day Renaissance man. Reeves’ roots take him from the backwoods of Delight, Arkansas, to the rolling hills of Tennessee, then out west to the sunshine of LA and back again. For Scott Reeves, “Made in America” is more than a lyric—it’s a lifestyle