CANCELLED: In The Round with Beth Nielsen Chapman, Jeordie, Lelilah, Beau Schekeryk and Melanie Schekerk, $15

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CANCELLED: In The Round with Beth Nielsen Chapman, Jeordie, Lelilah, Beau Schekeryk and Melanie Schekerk, $15
Saturday, March 28, 2020 6:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $15 cover at the door
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
 
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  • Door Time: 5:30 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $15 cover at the 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.
Beth Nielsen Chapman: From writing hits for other artists to recording hits of her own, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Nashville based singer-songwriter has truly embraced musical diversity. A breast cancer survivor, inspirational speaker, teacher of workshops and lecturer on the magic of creativity, (which she believes is the birthright of everyone) Beth’s passion, when you get right down to it, is still ‘the song’. 

She has penned numerous hits and written songs for many top artists including Bonnie Raitt, Emmylou Harris, Bette Midler, Elton John, Neil Diamond, Patty Griffin, Trisha Yearwood, Martina McBride, Michael McDonald, Amy Grant, Keb Mo’, Roberta Flack, Faith Hill, Willie Nelson, and Waylon Jennings, and the cuts continue this fall as American soul-singer Bette Lavette and X-Factor Winner Joe McElderry both release songs written by Beth.

Chapman’s music has shown up on ER, Dawson's Creek, Providence, Felicity and in movie soundtracks, including “The Prince of Egypt, “Message In A Bottle”, “The Rookie”, “Where The Heart Is” and “Practical Magic”. Mega-hit "This Kiss”, ASCAP'S 1999 Song Of The Year, sung by Faith Hill garnered her a Grammy nomination. Also in 1999 Beth became Nashville NAMMY'S 1999 Songwriter of the Year. In 2009 she was the recipient of The Distinguished Artist Award from the Alabama State Council on the Arts and the Alabama Music Hall of Fame. Beth often teaches her Creativity Stargaze Workshop at the Vanderbilt Dyer Observatory and has also taught at Universities including Berklee School of Music in Boston, The Royal Scottish Academy of Music, as well as various other songwriting workshops internationally. In addition she has served on the Advisory Board for Peacejam and Healthy Child Healthy World.
Jeordie: Submerged into the Southwest music scene, a transplant from the East coast, Jeordie has years of audience pleasing experience.

Jeordie learned how to own the stage and communicate her message from her mother; Musical artist Melanie (Melanie Safka) known for “Brand New Key”, ”Lay Down”, Ruby Tuesday”, and “Beautiful People”. Jeordie, is a true performer beginning at 4 years old on a local television variety show. Music is in her genes, and her lyrics tell the story of her life experiences, expressed through a unique voice, which tells the story of the artist and woman she has become and proving she has so much more to give.

Singing along side her family, Jeordies goal has always been to share her original music with audiences everywhere. Currently based out of Arizona, she is active in the local music community, pleasing audiences of all ages: She is a true entertainer.
Melanie Schekeryk: With guitar in hand and a talent that combined amazing vocal equipment, disarming humor, and a vibrant engagement with life, she was booked as the first solo pop/rock artist ever to appear from the Royal Albert Hall to Carnegie Hall, the Metropolitan Opera House, and later opened the New Metropolitan Opera House in New York, the Sydney Opera House, and in the General Assembly of the United Nations, where she was invited to perform on many occasions as delegates greeted her performances with standing ovations.

The top television hosts of all time -- Ed Sullivan, Johnny Carson, and Dick Cavett -- battled to book her. (After her stunning performance on his show, Sullivan goggled that he had not seen such a "dedicated and responsive audience since Elvis Presley.")

Accolades rolled in, from critics ("Melanie's cult has long been famous, but it's a cult that's responding to something genuine and powerful -- which is maybe another way of saying that this writer counts himself as part of the cult too," wrote John Rockwell in The New York Times) as well as peers ("Melanie," insisted jazz piano virtuoso Roger Kellaway, "is extraordinary to the point that she could be sitting in front of us in this room and sing something like 'Momma Momma' right to us, and it would just go right through your entire being.")

In the years that followed Melanie continued to record, continued to tour. UNICEF made her its spokesperson; Jimi Hendrix's father introduced her to the multitude assembled for the twentieth anniversary of Woodstock. Her records continued to sell -- more than eighty million to date. She's had her songs covered by singers as diverse as Cher, Dolly Parton, and Macy Gray. She's raised a family, won an Emmy, opened a restaurant, written a musical about Wild Bill Hickok and Calamity Jane…

She has, in short, lived a rare life. But all of it was just a prelude to what's about to come.