Singer-songwriter James McMurtry tours year round and consistently throws down unparalleled powerhouse performances. The Washington Post notes: “Much attention is paid to James McMurtry’s lyrics and rightfully so: He creates a novel’s worth of emotion and experience in four minutes of blisteringly stark couplets. What gets overlooked, however, is that he’s an accomplished rock guitar player … serious stuff, imparted by a singularly serious band.” Check out this intimate performance of his song “Down Across The Delaware” and then see him live next Sunday (4.2)! Tickets may already be sold out, but the waitlist is still available!
Free Music on The Patio is Back!
Warm weather is back, the patio’s open, and Atlanta now has a place to “wine down” with free live music every Friday and Saturday in April and May from 5 p.m to 7:30 p.m.
The outdoor concert series kicks off on Friday, March 31st with Jacob & The Good People, followed by a Saturday evening performance from Southern Ska Syndicate.
Guests can enjoy wine from our 350+ selection while relaxing with friends, family, and, of course, dogs until the sun goes down and the night begins.
City Winery is proud to announce our new blog series, “City Winery Nashville All Stars.” Meant to share the hidden talents and unique qualities of our entire staff, enjoy a peek inside our location’s employees’ lives outside the workplace.
This week’s City Winery Nashville’s All Star is Business Manager Lauren Brumley.
Where were you born, and how long have you lived in Nashville?
I was born in Boulder, Colorado in the middle of a blizzard! I lived in Louisiana for a few years when I was younger, which is where all of my family is from, and grew up in Marietta, Georgia. I have only lived in Nashville for the last two and a half years.
How long have you worked at City Winery? What is your role?
I have worked at City Winery since the Nashville location opened in October 2014. I started out as a Venue Host, quickly moved up to Concierge, then to Office Manager and now Business Manager!
We found out you’re pretty famous on Pinterest! Tell us more.
Well, I don’t really have a good explanation. All of a sudden, over the course of a few months, I gained 40,000 followers! Pretty crazy. Click here to see Lauren Brumley’s Pinterest page.
You’re also a talented songwriter and musician. Tell us more about your history with the music industry.
I’ve been writing songs since I was fourteen. Since living in Nashville, I’ve played in a folk-pop duo. We played a bunch of different venues around Nashville, including all the rooms in City Winry Nashville! I’m now pursuing a solo venture and have an EP coming out later this year. Click here to listen to Lauren Brumley’s music.
ON SALE NEXT WEEK
Bluegrass Bruch with Sunnyside Up | 5.7
Amy Black – Memphis Music Review | 6.12
Dirty Dozen Brass Band | 6.22
The Capitol Steps | 7.2
Sandra Bernhard | 7.20-21
Tower of Power | 8.11-12
VinoFile pre-sale: 3.28 | Public on-sale: 3.30
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Poi Dog Pondering keeps thriving because their ethic has always been about following their musical heart. Their steadfast independence has allowed them to perennially bloom. PDP have ripened into staunchly independent musical voyagers. They have let every sound that excited them flow through their music and flood it with ever changing colors: orchestral, acoustic, and electronic textures. Last year, they stopped by City Winery for a Cellar Session, where they performed their song “Angelika Suspended”. Check out the video below and see them this weekend on Friday (3.24) or Saturday (3.25)!
Tickets available here!
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Sons & Daughters of the Blue Revue- 5.21
9th Annual Special Mother’s Day Brunch – Metropolitan Klezmer- 5.14
Suzzy Roche, Lucy Wainwright Roche & Friends- 5.14
5th Annual Joan Osborne & Friends Mother’s Day Benefit Concert – 5.12