In The Row with Dave Pahanish, Taylor McCall & Matt Warren

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In The Row with Dave Pahanish, Taylor McCall & Matt Warren
Friday, August 6, 2021 9:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $20 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: $20.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $20 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. 
Dave Pahanish: After spending 15 years performing across his home-town southwestern Pittsburgh Pennsylvania area, after visits to New York and LA seeking the best place to grow his many talents, Dave made it to Nashville. Within three weeks of landing in Nashville in late 2006, Dave Pahanish was offered three publishing deals and settled with a company owned by songwriters Hillary Lindsey, Dallas Davidson and Cole Wright. 
 
Dave Pahanish is an artist, a three time #1 hit Billboard Country songwriter and he’s a producer. Dave penned Tobey Keith’s “American Ride”, Jimmy Wayne’s “Do You Believe Me Now?” and Keith Urban’s “Without You”. Urban chose the song “Without You” because of how closely the lyrics fit in with his own life stating, "It's the most autobiographical song I never wrote.” Pahanish wrote the song after meeting his wife’s family for the first time without realizing any similarities to Urban’s life. The song became Urban's 12th No. 1 single. 
 
Notable cuts by Dave include Tim McGraw's “Right Back Atcha Babe" and "The One That Got Away", #12 Billboard single “I Will” Emily West's “Completely Yours” and Collin Raye’s “Divine Everlasting Love”. He is veteran of the Country Throwdown Tour with Willie Nelson, Eric Church, Little Big Town, Jamie Johnson, Eric Paslay, Montgomery Gentry, Eli Young Band and many others.
Taylor McCall: It has been a wild ride for 22 year-old singer/songwriter, Taylor McCall. Within the last 2 years, Taylor has recorded a full length studio album Southern Heat as well as an EP, Taylor McCall, with some of Nashville’s finest musicians, producers, engineers and studios, including the legendary Sound Emporium. He has shot a video for “Jericho Rose” and played some of the best venues in the industry, including the coveted “Sunday Spotlight” at the world famous Bluebird Cafe. To top it all off, he recently signed a major Publishing and Artist Development deal with BMG Nashville, one of the world’s largest and most influential entities in the music business.

In addition to all of this success so far, Taylor has signed a management deal with Triple 8 Management (Devon Gilfillian, Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors, Judah and the Lion, Kaleo, Ruston Kelly and Whiskey Myers among others).

McCall grew up always loving music and listening to the rock bands of his day, but his interest was really piqued when he heard artists like Mumford & Sons, Sturgill Simpson and Jason Isbell. At the age of 8 Taylor got his first guitar and began crafting songs. “Even though I was writing songs that I thought were pretty good, I was reluctant to play them for anyone because I was not very confident in my voice”. In fact, Taylor did not sing live until he was 18-years old. We are glad he did because throughout the industry his vocals have been recognized as “a once in a generation type voice”.
Matt Warren: Matt Warren first debuted into the Nashville music scene as an artist in 1996 when he & his band, 40 East, signed a deal with the Nashville booking agency Crescent Moon Talent & began a fall tour of the southeast region. The band broke up before they could make a record.  His next endeavor as an artist was with his band Papa Joe in 2001. They released their debut record, "Storybook Ending", on Warren's own independent record label Stonewall Music. 

In many more ways than one, Matt Warren is a rarity amongst all of the transplants working & writing on the Row that he calls co-writers, comrades, musical peers & partners in crime, more specifically, in that he is 1 of maybe 10 current artists & writers who are true locals & Tennessee natives, born & raised in Nashville.  In 2002, Warren made his professional staff writer debut onto Music Row's elite published songwriter scene when he signed his first deal with House of Fame & the Muscle Shoals, Alabama music icon & legendary Fame Studios founder, record producer, Grammy winner & Rock-n-Roll Hall of Fame inductee, Rick Hall & his two sons Mark & Rodney.  Matt's first cut as a House of Fame writer was “Puttin’ Memories Away”, co-written with Gary Allan & featured on the Oprah Winfrey show when Gary was her guest.  That song was the beginning to a brutal yet beautiful journey down a long & treacherous road to the amazing place he is now.  Twelve years later, Warren has securely established himself firmly into the music scene as an extremely energetic & talented artist & a successful, well known & well respected award winning hit songwriter.  He has had one song recorded by Americana music icon Jim Lauderdale & one song recorded by Pittsburgh blue collar rock legend & Bruce Springsteen co-writer & band mate, Joe Grushecky.  Warren is the recipient of 2 ASCAP Awards for most spins in a year (2009, 2013).  In 2009, he won the ASCAP award for the top 10 hit "Learning How to Bend".  In 2013, he co-wrote the ASCAP award winning #1 smash hit & all-time biggest selling Gary Allan single ever, "Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)", which was also nominated for the 2014 ACM song of the year award.  He has 6 songs on the brand new Gary Allan record soon to be released.  He also co-wrote the lead single for Robert Randolph & The Family Band’s 2017 hit single “Love Let It Do What It Do” with Robert Randolph, Chris Gelbuda & Patrick Davis, which was a 2018 Grammy nominated record for Robert in the “Blues record of the year” nominee. 

Warren made a critically acclaimed record "Self- titled" which was released in the Spring of 2014 on his own independent record label United We Jam Records with his business partners Daniel Loper & Alan Bradshaw.  "Self-titled" is produced by Grammy, CMA & ACM multi-award winning musician & artist Tom Bukovac. 

As of April 2019, he is currently working on his new project with his brand new band Goodfoot.