CANCELLED: In The Round with Craig Campbell, Mindy Campbell, Nate Kenyon and Special Guest, $15

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CANCELLED: In The Round with Craig Campbell, Mindy Campbell, Nate Kenyon and Special Guest, $15
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 6:00 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $15 cover charge at door
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
 
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  • Door Time: 5:00 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $15 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. 
Craig Campbell: Long praised as a modern link to the traditional values of Country’s past, Campbell’s been waiting to release a new collection of music for five long years, and now that wait is finally over. “It’s definitely an exciting time,” says Campbell, who’s highly anticipated SEE YOU TRY EP arrived on June 8, 2018. “For the past few years, I’ve created and found some ofthe best music of my career. I’m beyond excited to release this EP and show theCountry music world what I’ve been up to.” Packed with all the down-home charm and up-town talent both fans and critics havecome to love, Campbell’s patience has paid off in the form of seven diverse tracks–including the hit singles “See You Try” and “Outskirts of Heaven.” Taken as a whole,the project does more than just build off Campbell’s earlier success. It cements hisstatus as a steady-handed star in the current era.
Growing up in the small town of Lyons, Georgia, a mix of musical gifts and hard work set Campbell’s path early on. After falling in love with classic Country, he played keyboards in his mother’s church and then on the road for an up-and-coming singer at the time named Luke Bryan, eventually landing a coveted bandleader gig in the famous Nashville honky-tonk, The Stage.

But with easy charisma and smooth, expressive vocal chops, Campbell was soon noticed, leading to a string of singles and two albums which earned comparisons to neo-traditional icons like Alan Jackson and Randy Travis. Starting in 2010, “Family Man” and “Outta My Head” both cracked the Top 15 on 
Billboard’s Country Airplay chart, while others like the hook-in-cheek “Fish” snagged more than 10 million on-demand streams. “Keep Them Kisses Comin’” became a bonafide Top 10 hit, while “Outskirts of Heaven” showed an artist sensitive enough to share his soul, and courageous enough to stand on conviction. The uplifting critical smash has been praised by Rolling Stone, Taste of Country and more as a spiritual high-water mark. Along the way he became a regular on the Grand Ole Opry and appeared on NBC’s Today, supported the USO and sang “American Anthem” for Macy’s 2017 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular, all while tastemakers like radio personality Bobby Bones touted the exceptional vocalist’s under-the-radar potential. Then in a fitting full-circle moment, Campbell hit the road with Bryan once again,
this time sharing the spotlight as part of the 2017 HUNTIN’, FISHIN’, AND LOVIN’ EVERY DAY TOUR.

Nate Kenyon: “Music is a way to inspire people in a way that nothing else can.” As a 19 year old performing on stage at “America’s Got Talent”, I never realized how true that was, and how it would continue to impact my life for years to come. The person you see climbing on stage now is not the person that I was ten years ago. I was born in Springfield, Massachusetts (nowhere near the South!) and didn’t move to Georgia until I was 12. As much as I wasn’t crazy about the thought of being there, I never dreamed that it would bring me to country. With an uncle who was musically inclined and had loads of stories, I remember talking to him about his experiences and thinking to myself, “that’s really cool…” never imagining that his advice would someday bring me to where I am now. Between landing shows with artist I’ve looked up to, getting William Morris behind me and signing a publishing deal with Warner Chapell things are definitely looking up!