In the Row with Stephanie Lambring, Adam Wright & Jordyn Shellhart

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In the Row with Stephanie Lambring, Adam Wright & Jordyn Shellhart
Saturday, August 7, 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. 
Stephanie Lambring: Stephanie Lambring has served as a staff writer for BMG and Carnival Music. Her songs have been recorded by Terri Clark, Clare Bowen, Andrew Combs, Caroline Spence, Mary Bragg, and Hailey Whitters. Several other works of hers were featured on the hit TV show Nashville. In 2016, Stephanie won Atlanta’s acclaimed Eddie’s Attic Open Mic Shootout (previous winners include John Mayer and Jennifer Nettles).

After a few years of a breather from the music industry, Lambring wrote an entire record by herself. Her latest album Autonomy was released in 2020.
Adam Wright: Adam Wright is a two time Grammy nominated songwriter, singer, producer, and musician.  His rooted, literary style, has earned him a stellar reputation among some of Nashville's most well respected artists, producers, and writers.  His songs have been recorded by country music icons such as Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack and Garth Brooks  as well as nontraditional newcomers like Brent Cobb and Aubrie Sellers.
“All The Trouble”, recorded by Lee Ann Womack and written by Adam, Womack and Waylon Payne, was nominated for Best American Roots Song at the 61st Grammy Awards. The song “The Lonely, The Lonesome and The Gone”, also recorded by Womack, (Wright/ Knowles), is the title track to Womack’s latest album which earned a Grammy nomination for Americana Album of the Year. The song "So You Don't Have To Love Me Anymore", written by Wright and Jay Knowles, was recorded by Alan Jackson and nominated for “Country Song of the Year” at the 55th annual Grammy Awards.  Adam also co-produced Jackson's critically acclaimed 'The Bluegrass Album'.  His song "Thunder and Lightning", recorded by Lonesome River Band, was nominated for “Song of the Year” at the 2016 International Bluegrass Music Association Awards.
Adam's work with The Wrights, a duo with his wife Shannon, is still highly regarded for its songwriting, harmonies and production.  Their debut single "Down This Road" was listed as one of Rolling Stone Magazine's top ten country singles the year of its release.  The Wrights recorded four studio albums and toured with Alan Jackson, Loretta Lynn, Raul Malo (The Mavericks), Little Big Town, and others before taking a break from the road to focus on writing and family.
Adam's song "The Way I'm Livin’” was the first single and the title track for Lee Ann Womack's 2014 comeback album.  The album earned Womack a Grammy nomination for “Country Album of the Year” in 2015.  The song also earned Womack a CMT Video Award in the Female Video category.  His song 'The Lonely, The Lonesome and The Gone' was also the title track to her 2017 release. 
Adam's own full length solo album 'Dust' was released in June of 2018. The deep, dark 11 song narrative was co-produced with Wright’s long time friend and collaborator Park Chisolm. Dust is full of characters in mostly dire situations and is delivered, vocally and musically, with the subtlety that comes from master craftsmanship. Adam points out that one of the lessons he learned from writing with legendary songwriter Guy Clark was that “once you know how, you have to figure out why.” ‘Dust’ is Wright’s answer to why.