CANCELLED: In The Round with Matraca Berg, Deanna Bryant, EmmyLou Harris, Leslie Satcher & Special Guest, $25

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CANCELLED: In The Round with Matraca Berg, Deanna Bryant, EmmyLou Harris, Leslie Satcher & Special Guest, $25
Saturday, March 21, 2020 9:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $25 cover charge at door
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
 
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  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $25 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.
Matraca Berg: Matraca Berg had her first No. 1 record as a songwriter at age 18. That, in turn, has qualified her to become one of the youngest Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame nominees in history: To be eligible, a writer must have first achieved prominence at least 25 years ago. She was inducted in October 2008. 

That first hit was “Faking Love,” as sung by T.G. Sheppard and Karen Brooks. In the years since, Berg’s songs have practically become the soundtrack of contemporary Nashville. Reba McEntire’s “The Last One to Know” (1987), Patty Loveless’ “I’m That Kind of Girl”(1991), Trisha Yearwood’s “Wrong Side of Memphis” (1992), Martina McBride’s “Wild Angels “(1996), the Dixie Chicks’ “If I Fall You’re Going Down With Me” (2001) and more than 50 other recordings of her songs have made her one of the most recorded composers in Music City. 

Matraca’s songs have been sung by Randy Travis, Faith Hill, The Nitty Gritty Dirt Band, Linda Ronstadt, Tanya Tucker, Pam Tillis, Keith Urban, Dusty Springfield, Clint Black, Loretta Lynn and dozens of others. Her cowritten “Strawberry Wine,” as performed by Deana Carter, was named the Country Music Association’s Song of the Year in 1997. As if to top it all off, Gretchen Wilson’s recording of Matraca’s and Jim Collins’ “I Don’t Feel Like Loving You Today” received a 2007 Grammy nomination for Best Country Song. 

In addition, the songwriter issued three CDs in 1990-97, plus a 1999 compilation, that have brought her wide acclaim as a performer. She and fellow Nashville songwriter Marshall Chapman provided the songs for the 2000 theatrical production Good Ol’ Girls, which continues to be staged by regional repertory companies. As a backup vocalist she has recorded with Kris Kristofferson, Neil Young and many others. She appeared in the 1987 motion picture Made In Heaven and on the soundtrack of 1993’s The Thing Called Love. And in 2004, she added “producer” to her list of accomplishments by guiding the disc debut of Sony newcomer Christy Sutherland. 

“Making records has done more for my career than anything, I think,” says Matraca. “It raised my profile as a writer like nothing else. It was because of my records that Trisha and Martina and Faith and everyone recorded my songs
Deanna Bryant: Deanna Bryant is a native Texan, hometown of Childress, TX.  and a graduate of Texas Tech University.  In 1994, she moved to Music City to fulfill a life-long dream. She signed with Reba McEntire's Starstruck Writers Group in 1995 and has been working for the hits ever since.
 
Heidi Newfield recorded Bryant's song "Johnny and June",  released it as her debut single-where it became a hit and continues to be a fan favorite. The song was nominated for the Academy of Country Music's "Song of the Year"
 
Keith Urban recorded her song "Stupid Boy" -took it to the top of  the Billboard Charts. Stupid Boy was nominated for CMA's "Song of the Year". Bryant received an Honorary Grammy Award for the composers' of Keith Urban's Grammy Award-"Stupid Boy" for the Country Vocal Performance of theYear. 
 
Now, in her year 25th year in town, she has had her songs recorded by such artists Keith Urban, Blake Shelton,  Reba McEntire, Willie Nelson, Trisha Yearwood, Randy Travis, Deana Carter, Heidi Newfield, Billy Currington, Terri Clark, Lorrie Morgan, Clay Davidson, Julie Roberts, and many others. Her compositions,"Forever Love " and  "Unconditional", hit Billboard's #1, "Unconditional" was also nominated as CMA "Song of the Year",2008.
 
Deanna has been recognized and honored by Nashville Songwriters International Association (NSAI)with multiple other awards as well as  honorably-recognized Songwriters’ Associations.
Emmylou Harris: With a career that has sold more than 15 million albums worldwide, garnered a remarkable 12 Grammy Awards and stirred music lovers for more than thirty years and counting, Emmylou Harris has been rightfully hailed as a major figure in several of America’s most important musical movements of the past three decades. A steadfast supporter of roots music and a skilled interpreter of compelling songs, she also has been associated with a diverse and dazzling array of admiring collaborators from Bright Eyes to Tammy Wynette and from Neil Young to Waylon Jennings and Johnny Cash.

The songbird’s contributions to country-rock, the bluegrass revival, folk music, and the Americana movement are widely lauded, and in recent years Emmylou Harris certainly has carved out a sound that is uniquely her own. Her 1995 Wrecking Ball was a watershed album for her, combining several world-music elements with acoustic instruments, driving percussion, and a folk/roots flavor, and in general catching audiences by surprise, as Harris yet again reinvented her sound. The new style would evolve on a number of Harris’ subsequent releases, including 1998’s Spyboy, 1999’s Western Wall (a collaboration with Linda Ronstadt), 2000’s Red Dirt Girl and 2003’s Stumble into Grace.
Leslie Satcher: No other female Nashville singer-songwriter is more respected or more revered than the stunning talent that is Leslie Satcher. At the age of 26, the native Texan made the move to Nashville in pursuit of a singing career and was quickly recognized for her gift with lyric and melody. After being mentored at a smaller publisher by many of the music industry’s most legendary songwriters, she made the move to Sony Music Publishing where she would stay for nearly 15 years. During this time, she was also signed as an artist at Warner Brothers. While recording her critically acclaimed debut album, “Love Letters”, her songs were growing in demand.

Though Leslie is primarily known as a country singer and songwriter, her talents cross all genres. She has written or co-written songs that have been recorded by everyone from Willie Nelson to Ariana Grande; Vince Gill to Sheila E.; George Strait to Sheryl Crow; Martina McBride to Keb’Mo; Blake Shelton to Bonnie Raitt and many, many more. She has received multiple BMI “Million-Air” awards recognizing a song’s one millionth airplay and her incomparable vocals contribute to an astounding number of Grammy, CMA & ACM award winning projects.

Leslie’s next two albums, “Creation” and “Gypsy Boots” were recorded independently and truly exhibit the diversity of her Texas roots and Delta soul. They are available on iTunes, CDBaby and every other major digital distributor.

Aside from writing hit songs for some of music’s most iconic artists; Leslie is in high demand as a performer known for her angelic voice, funny stories, the unique playing style and sound of her guitar; but mostly, her uncanny ability to connect with audiences of any size or demographic. Her typical year will include more than 150 songwriting sessions and 65 live performances all over the U.S., U.K. and Canada.
In 2015, Leslie found her new creative home with Notting Hill Music Publishing (Nashville-London-Los Angeles) and she couldn't be happier! Thanks to the creative support of NHM's Andy McQueen & producer/writer Brad Crisler, Leslie has just recently completed her fourth (and favorite) LP; "Leslie Satcher & The Electric Honey Badgers - 2 Days In Muscle Shoals" featuring many of her favorite writers, musicians & vocalists.

The debut single release "This Won't Take Long" featuring Vince Gill & Sheryl Crow is available now on all digital distributors and streaming media.