In The Round with Justin Klump, Tori Tullier, Mae Estes, and Britnee Kellogg

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In The Round with Justin Klump, Tori Tullier, Mae Estes, and Britnee Kellogg
Saturday, September 28, 2019 6:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • No cover charge
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
 
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  • When: Saturday, Sep 28, 2019 6:30 PM (Doors open at 5:30 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 5:30 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..
Justin Klump: Justin Klump is an American singer, songwriter, and producer from Vancouver, Wash. whose accessible americana-pop music shines a light on the everyday struggle of a life spent both on- and offstage. Justin’s music has been featured by NBC Sports, Rolling Stone Country, Sirius XM’s The Pulse and The Coffee House, American Songwriter, FOX Sports, Apple Music, Lightning 100, Kings of A&R, SongPickr, BBC One’s “Don’t Tell the Bride”, and on screen throughout the world, from Mexico, to Romania, to Slovakia and the Czech Republic. 
 
Justin currently resides in Nashville, Tenn. and is writing, producing, and recording new music daily.
Tori Tullier: Tori Tullier is an ASCAP Award winning songwriter based in Nashville, TN originally from Annapolis, MD. In 2014 she received the ASCAP Foundation Sammy Cahn Lyric Writing Award for her song "Your Nicotine." Past winners of the award include John Mayer, Lori Mckenna, Josh Ritter and Katie Herzig. She has performed at Tin Pan South, Nashville's legendary songwriting festival, as well as the Bluebird Cafe, and had songs featured in People, Billboard, Rolling Stone Country, Taste of Country, Music Row Magazine, and more. Tori is actively involved with ASCAP and was selected to be a member of the GPS Project for 2014. She has also performed for their We Create Music Series.

Tori moved to Nashville after graduating from the University of Miami in 2011 with a degree in Commercial Music Composition and a minor in Music Business. Her focus was voice and piano. At Miami, she took first place in the Bruce Hornsby Songwriting Competition (with Bruce as a judge) and was honored to open for hit songwriter Lamont Dozier (“Baby Love” – The Supremes, “Baby I Need Your Loving” – The Four Tops). 
In 2017 she celebrated the success of her first song being singled to radio with Stephanie Quayle's "Selfish" (co-written with Stephanie and Andrew Scott Wills). Released independently on Quayle's own Rebel Engine Entertainment, the song charted on Billboard at #57 and remained on the charts for several months.

Stephanie also performed it at her Grand Ole Opry debut. In 2018 Canadian Country superstar Tim Hicks released "The Worst Kind," a duet with Lindsay Ell, (co-written with Tim and Karen Kosowski) that landed at #17 on Canadian Country radio. Tori continues to expand her network of songs released into the world with other cuts from UK sensation Meghan McKenna, Jesse Slack, Leaving Thomas, Parker McKay, Kaylee Rose, Olivia Lane, and more. 
Mae Estes: Born with a dream too big for the city limits of Hope, Arkansas, Mae has never had any other plan than to move to Tennessee's Music City and create a life allowing her to share her music with anyone who'd listen. With over 4 years in Nashville behind her,  she's one step closer every day to never waitressing another 12-hour shift again. Writing with some of Nashville's top songwriters, Mae has a catalogue composed of raw, uncensored vulnerability, like her debut single "Naked" as well as uniquely spun confidence anthems like "Best Side". She prides herself in covering "the good, the bad, and the ugly" of life, expressing her stories and the stories of others the only way she knows how. Taking inspiration from artists like Lee Ann Womack and Keith Whitley, Mae merges the timelessness of classic country music with modern melodies and production to form her exclusive artistry. Her debut single "NAKED" is available everywhere now, with a full EP to follow later this year. 
Britnee Kellogg: Britnee Kellogg was three years old when she started singing, and she’s never stopped. Her impressive career began at local fairs and talent shows—anything that gave her the chance to perform. If it had a stage and a microphone, she was there.

Her love of country music started at nine years old, when she attended a Johnny Cash & June Carter-Cash concert. Smitten from the first note, Britnee knew that she had found her chosen career. Every day since then has brought her one step closer to her dream.Today, you’ll find Britnee sharing the stage with the likes of Blake Shelton, Eric Paslay, Lee Brice, Martina McBride, Little Big Town and Keith Urban. You may have also seen her on Season 11 and Season 12 of American Idol. She has a large fan base, with a local and worldwide following.

Most recently, Britnee has been focusing on writing and performing her original music and covers with her band. It’s a deeply personal project, one that allows her to truly showcase her rich, edgy vocal stylings. You can find her rocking out on stages all across the US, writing music, or playing at small breweries and local venues in the Portland area. She is also working to create her first EP, which will be out in 2018. Britnee’s goal is to create a sound that people can relate to their own personal stories, and to inspire others to pursue their dreams. She is a driven, passionate artist with so much creativity and a love for her craft.