CANCELLED: In The Round with Mark Irwin, Kaylee Rose, Chris Housman and Connor Myers

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CANCELLED: In The Round with Mark Irwin, Kaylee Rose, Chris Housman and Connor Myers
Saturday, March 21, 2020 6:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • No cover charge
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
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  • 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..
Mark Irwin: Former Bluebird Cafe bartender Mark Irwin co-wrote Alan Jackson's first number one hit "Here In The Real World", a two time CMA Song of the Year nominee and winner of the Music City News’ Award for Song of the Year 1990.  As well as having songs on Alan Jackson's more recent CD “DRIVE” and Garth Brooks' “THE LOST SESSIONS”, Mark co-wrote the singles, "Bama Breeze" for Jimmy Buffet and "That's How They Do It In Dixie" for Hank WIlliams Jr. (featuring Gretchen Wilson, Big & Rich and Van Zandt).
Recently, Mark was a co-writer of the Tyler Farr number one hit single "Redneck Crazy", Thomas Rhett’s "Front Porch Junkies" and had 3 songs on the Tim McGraw CD "Two Lanes of Freedom"…including the number one hit song "Highway Don't Care", featuring Taylor Swift on guest vocals and Keith Urban on guitar.
Mark is also cowriter of Tim McGraw's recent single "Looking For That Girl" and Blake Shelton's number one hit single, "Neon Light". Mark’s latest single was Chris Janson's "Power of Positive Drinking"
A list of other artists who have recorded Mark’s songs are:                  
Randy Travis, Martina McBride, George Jones, Faith Hill, Lee Brice, Thomas Rhett Julianne Hough, Bomshel, Billy Ray Cyrus, Jessie James, Tracey Lawrence, Sammy Kershaw, Chely Wright, Patty Loveless, Highway 101, The Whites, Chris LeDoux, Bucky Covington, Glen Campbell, Neal McCoy, The Dirt Drifters, Jaida Dreyer, Dakota Bradley and Austin Webb. Actress Gwyneth Paltrow also recorded one of Mark’s songs for her movie “Country Strong” costarring Tim McGraw.
Recently, Mark had a song on Blake Shelton’s newest CD “If I’m Honest” called "Bet You Still Think About Me", also a song on new artist Drake White’s CD called "Story." And at present Mark is working with a number of young, signed Country Music artists….
Kaylee Rose: Kaylee Rose is a 24-year-old musician from St. Augustine, Florida. After being actively booked on the Florida gig circuit playing over 950 shows since the young age of 14, she relocated to Nashville to focus on songwriting and her music career. Her unique style is a mash-up of Country, Pop, Rock, and even Rap. Her early roots in Miami offered Kaylee the chance to hear virtually all types of music, creating her love for crossover genres. Since moving to Nashville in 2015, she has collaborated with a variety of accomplished musicians and is a regular at popular venues like Bluebird Cafe and Listening Room. This year she had the chance to open for Morgan Wallen in Nashville, play the Spotlight Stage at CMA Fest, and recently Billboard featured her new single “Wagon.”
Chris Housman: Growing up outside a small Kansas town that boasted a population of 200, Chris Housman began his musical journey at the age of 7 when he taught himself to play the fiddle. After years of performing Bluegrass (while listening to Motown) and a move to Nashville, this singer/songwriter marinates his eclectic musical inspiration with small-town soul.
Connor Myers: Connor Myers is a country singer/songwriter who grew up in Garwood, New Jersey. While serving in the Marine Corps, Connor lost roughly half his hearing due to an accumulation of factors throughout his four years of active duty. His passion for writing country music all began when a fellow corpsman had lent him a small acoustic guitar while deployed. 

After his service in the military, Connor moved back to New Jersey where he worked at a chemical plant and continued to write songs. His wife, Sarah, heard a ballad Connor wrote called "Overseas" detailing emotional struggles military families endure from separation, and she insisted they move to Nashville. While serving as a Police Officer in Franklin, Tennessee, Connor began honing his performance skills by singing at many venues on Broadway in Nashville.

Connor began working with producer, Kevin Rooney, who is a touring musician with the Rascal Flatts Band. The Demo they made of Connor's song "In My Car" came to the attention of Bruce Springsteen's producer, Ron Aniello. Aniello partnered with Jason Wade (singer/songwriter of Lifehouse) to sign Connor to their newly formed BellyKing Music.