In the Row with Ryan Calhoun, Marshall Altman & Abby Anderson

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In the Row with Ryan Calhoun, Marshall Altman & Abby Anderson
Friday, August 13, 2021 6:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $10 prepaid cover charge
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
Admission Type Price Quantity
SOLD OUT! There will be a few church pew seats (ALL-AGES) that are first come, first served when doors open. There’s always a possibility of more seats becoming available at the door due to no shows or last-minute cancellations.
Show Details
  • Ticket Price: $10.00
  • Door Time: 5:30 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $10 prepaid cover charge
    $10 food/drink minimum per person
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There are 17 tables, 6-8 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. Please note that you may be seated with persons outside of your party. 
Ryan Calhoun: Nashville based singer/songwriter, Ryan Calhoun, already has an impressive list of musical accolades under his belt. With his songs being featured throughout countless episodes of “The Kardashians,” “Grey’s Anatomy,” “One Tree Hill” and many more, his unique voice and tone have cultivated a dedicated fan base.
Calhoun’s musical mastery is abundant with over 46,000 records being sold and five songs reaching the Top 10 on iTunes, including his breakout single “Who We Are” (#1 iTunes) and his album Everything That I’m Not (#3 iTunes).

Most recently, Calhoun was honored as a part of CMTs New Artist discovery and voted a fan favorite 5 out of 6 weeks on CMT’s “12 Pack Countdown” for his video “What A Life.” His brand-new single “Stolen Car” is available now, with the accompanying video premiering on CMT.

Calhoun has collaborated with the who’s who of writers including: Brett Young, Jimmie Allen, Simon Wilcox (Nick Jonas), Raine Maida (Our Lady Peace, Avril Lavigne, Kelly Clarkson), Jedd Hughes (Little Big Town) and Drew Lawrence (Christina Perri). As well as world class producers Bill Lefler (Plain White T’s, Gym Class Heroes, Tyrone Wells) and Mike Green (Beyoncé, Paramore, Boys Like Girls). 
Marshall Altman: Marshall Altman began his music career in the mid-90’s fronting the West Coast rock band Farmer, which was subsequently signed to Aware Records. After several US tours, Marshall found himself drawn more to developing and recording new artists rather than pursuing his own recording career. After a series of recordings with Citizen Cope (resulting in Citizen Cope’s signing on to Capitol Records), Marshall transitioned into the world of A&R – first at Capitol Records then Hollywood Records and finally Columbia Records, where his last two projects as an A & R person were Katy Perry and OneRepublic. Despite his successes inside the label system, the desire for unbridled creativity was too great and in 2005, he left Columbia Records and embarked on a full time career as a writer/producer.

Since shifting into his role as a full time producer and songwriter Marshall has established himself as a writer/producer who can work across virtually all genres of music with acclaimed albums made in the mainstream pop, singer/songwriter, country, Christian, metal, and indie worlds.

Known for defining the emotional currency of the artists he has worked with, his production credits include: Amy Grant, Eric Paslay, Frankie Ballard, Matt Nathanson’s Some Mad Hope (three platinum singles, including “All We Are,” which he co-wrote), Marc Broussard’s definitive album Carencro (on which Marshall co-wrote Marc’s career defining song, “Home”), Brooke Fraser (Albertine), Audrey Assad, Will Hoge, Gabe Dixon, Kate Voegele (platinum single), William Fitzsimmons (iTunes singer/songwriter album of the year in US and Australia), The Almost, Walker Hayes, Rosi Golan (50+ TV licenses), Adema, Matt Wertz, Trevor Hall, Caitlin Crosby, Kim Caldwell, Tom Morello, and many more.

As of late 2018, currents projects in production include Fairground Saints (Sony Nashville), Kenny Wayne Shepherd (Concord), The Josh Abbot Band (Pretty Damn Tough), & Colin Elmore (Sony), as well as several projects in development.
Abby Anderson: The anticipated follow-up single, “GOOD LORD,” from Black River Entertainment songwriter/artist Abby Anderson is digitally available now and set to impact Country radio on 4/15. This summer, Anderson is slated to open as direct support for Rob Thomas on Thomas’s 44-date Chip Tooth Smile Tour, kicking off on May 28th in Red Bank, NJ and running through August 4th with stops in New York City, Los Angeles, and Nashville with additional performances at music festivals including Stagecoach, Off the Rails, Country Thunder, and Tortuga. Marking her first international appearance, the Dallas, TX native made her debut performance at C2C in London on March 8th. Teaming up with fellow country newcomer Jimmie Allen, Anderson and Allen released a cover the GRAMMY and Oscar Award winning song, “Shallow” from the Oscar-nominated film A Star is Born. Named one of The Bobby Bone's Show's5 “Class of 2019,” Anderson is also one of MusicRow’s “Next Big Thing for 2019,” and is included in Sounds Like Nashville’s “19 New Country Artists to Watch in 2019.”Since the release of her debut EP i'm Good Anderson has earned over 25 million streams, caught the attention of fans worldwide and has had the privilege to open for some of Country's brightest stars including Kelsea Ballerini, Bobby Bones, Billy Currington, Devin Dawson, Russell Dickerson, Brett Eldredge, Walker Hayes, Chase Rice, and more. Making herGrand Ole Opry debut in 2018, Anderson received a rare standing ovation following the performance of her first song, "Make Him Wait."