In The Row with Ken Harrell, Tony Harrah, Kim Parent and Rob Hatch

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In The Row with Ken Harrell, Tony Harrah, Kim Parent and Rob Hatch
Wednesday, November 27, 2019 6:00 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • No cover charge
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
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  • When: Wednesday, Nov 27, 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..
Ken Harrell:
Ken Harrell was born in Amarillo, Texas and was raised in and around Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. Attending NEO College in Miami, Oklahoma on a full music scholarship, Ken always dreamed of singing and writing songs for a living. Ken became a father at age 20 and now is the proud Daddy to 6 beautiful daughters and 10 grandkids. Family is and always will be the greatest joy of Ken’s life.
After a stint as one of the original ‘shop at home’ hosts on QVC (then known as CVN)… Ken settled in Branson, Missouri as the featured male vocalist and emcee of the long running, Ozark Country Jubilee. Soon after, Ken traveled to Nashville, Tennessee to pursue his dreams of being an artist and songwriter. After signing a deal with EMI Music and being produced by noted producer… Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flatts, Blackhawk) Ken settled in as a staff writer at EMI and then with the legendary Nashville publishing house, Acuff-Rose/Sony Music. Garnering several major label recordings, Ken was also awarded a Gold record for the Stacie Orrico debut album ‘Genuine’. His song ‘Restore my Soul’ has been played over a million times, worldwide… with dozens of YouTube and cover versions from across the Globe.
Over the next decade, Ken was able to secure recordings by Sonya Isaacs, The Kinleys, Tami Cochran, 3 of Hearts, Brian McComas, George Ducas and modern rock band, Fools for Rowan… along with dozens of independent recordings and songs being played on HGTV, MTV, The History Channel and more… on broadcast television. Ken also was able to place two songs in two major motion picture films.
In 2003 Ken met and became fast friends with Phil Everly of the Rock and Roll and Country Music Hall of Fame member ‘Everly Brothers’… and went on to write several dozen songs with Phil, including the very last song Phil co-wrote… before his untimely death on January 3, 2014. Ken says ‘meeting and writing with Phil is one of the greatest joys of my life… but getting to know and love him like a father was even cooler. He was an extraordinary man full of kindness and generosity… and loved our Lord’.
After some nudging from Grace Churchs’ senior pastor and frequent co-writer, Kenny Hagin… in Port St. Lucie, Florida, Ken fell in love with all things… Celebrate Recovery. Having battled clinical depression for over 20 years, Ken felt the call to share his testimony and songs for Celebrate Recovery chapters nationwide.
Ken is excited to announce the release of his follow-up CD entitled ‘Hope’ and has developed a new web site and ministry at
Tony Harrah: Based out of the small town of Nitro, West Virginia and steeped in blues and traditional folk sounds, Tony Harrah is a voice of Appalachia that begs the attention of the hardest heart string. Gritty and true, his songwriting speaks to the life of blue collar society and forgotten America. 

Since the 2016 and 2017 albums "Two Dollar Suit" and "Oklahoma Blues" done with the Putnam Prohibition, Harrah has been showcasing his widespread instrumental and writing talents. Being billed alongside artists like Tyler Childers, Adam Carroll, Jeremy Pinnell, Nicholas Jamerson(Sundy Best), Southern Avenue, and many more; Harrah is breaking out of his regional coverage and spreading his fan base nationally. With musical influences ranging from Guy Clark and Tom Waits to Springsteen and Ryan Adams, Harrah has perfected his own unique sound and has been described as "like Ray Charles and a hippie had a child and it came out sounding like Muddy Waters." - J.A. Outlaw Resurgence. 

Tony is currently exploding back onto the scene after some time away and is loading all the pain, love and loss of the world in his guitar case. His songwriting is shockingly true to the human experience and hits so deeply it brings a perspective that will take even the toughest music lovers to their knees. His latest album, "Unicorns", promises to further cement the certain rise in listeners and fans, and releases worldwide Summer of 2019.
Kim Parent: Kim got her start singing and playing in coffee houses in her native state of New Jersey, traveling to New York City to appear at CBGB’s, Kenny’s Castaways, and The Bitter End. She moved to Nashville to start her career as a singer-songwriter with Zomba Music, adopted a couple of rambunctious dogs, and now calls Nashville home. 

Kim celebrates a lifetime of touring with and backing artists like 5 time Grammy award winning Christopher Cross, Keith Urban, Kathy Mattea, Carole King, Michael McDonald, Brooks and Dunn, Kristen Chenowith, Jennifer Hudson, Lionel Ritchie, Faith Hill, and many other superstars. Her songs have been recorded by T. Graham Brown, Jonell Mosser, Ronna Reeves, Lucy Diamond, Gail Bliss, and many others.

She sang in the house band on TV’s, “The Singing Bee” and is a house singer for the Grand Ole Opry.

She recently released her newest CD, Back to Love, in 2019. 
Rob Hatch: Throughout his career, Hatch has collaborated with and/or scored co-writes on works by the likes of Luke Bryan, Faith Hill, Gretchen Wilson, Rhett Atkins, George Jones, posthumous songs by the late Johnny Cash, and more. Following his first No. 1 song on Billboard’s US Hot Country Songs chart, Justin Moore’s “If Heaven Wasn’t So Far Away” in 2011, Hatch once again reached No. 1 with Lee Brice’s “I Don’t Dance” in 2014. Hatch was also named SESAC Songwriter of the Year in 2014.