Live Laugh Love Nashville at Redneck Riviera

September 30, 2019 @ 7pm

Live Laugh Love Nashville at Redneck Riviera

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Live Laugh Love Nashville is taking over the 2nd floor of RedneckRiviera Nashville. Come check out our great line up for our bi-monthly acoustic showcase on Broadway including:

Dave Gibson
Dave Gibson wrote “Daddy Never Was the Cadillac Kind” and “Queen of Memphis” (Confederate Railroad), “Heart Trouble” and “Midnight Fire” (Steve Wariner), “If It Don’t Come Easy” (Tanya Tucker), “Jukebox in My Mind” (Alabama), “Lonely and Gone” (Montgomery Gentry), “Ships That Don’t Come In” (Joe Diffie), and songs recorded by Larry Boone, Pam Tillis, and Conway Twitty. Gibson was also a member of the Gibson/Miller Band, which won Top New Group at 1993’s Academy of Country Music Awards

Greg Crowe
Greg was raised in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, Greg Crowe brings a compelling blend of blues, rock, and country to Music City. Crowe’s successes as a songwriter include writing “Lonely and Gone” (Montgomery Gentry), “Little Did I Know” (Sammy Kershaw), “Don’t Send The Invitation” (Adam Gregory), and several others. He also wrote, sang, and produced the official song for the Tennessee Titans Radio Network, “We’re Fired Up”, and was nominated as a producer for European Country Music Album of the Year.

Trailer Choir
Trailer Choir is composed of Butter and Big Vinny, and was signed to Show Dog Nashville, a label owned by Toby Keith, in 2007.

After recording the song “Off the Hillbilly Hook” for the soundtrack to Keith’s film Beer for My Horses, Trailer Choir charted the singles “What Would You Say”, “Rockin’ the Beer Gut” and “Rollin’ Through the Sunshine” on the Billboard Hot Country Songs charts. These singles were followed by an extended play called Off the Hillbilly Hook and an album called Tailgate.

Carter’s Chord
Combining sisterly harmonies, photogenic looks, and a music-filled family background, the country trio Carter’s Chord is comprised of singer/songwriters Becky, Emma, and Joanna Robertson. The siblings were born in Southern California, where parents Barny and Carter Robertson (both of whom had previously toured with Waylon Jennings as members of the Waylors) filled their household with country and Christian music. Inspired by such surroundings, the three sisters began staging shows at home, charging a quarter for admission and providing food during intermission. They also made their major-label debut when Jennings enlisted the girls to sing on Cowboys, Sisters, Rascals & Dirt, a country album aimed at children and produced by the girls’ father.

After moving to Nashville, the sisters began honing their three-part harmonies and songwriting skills, which eventually caught the ear of country star Toby Keith. Following a well-played showcase at a Nashville club on Valentine’s Day 2006, Keith signed the sisters, who christened their group “Carter’s Chord” in reference to a musical triad.

All donations made at the door for this showcase will benefit American Foundation for Suicide Prevention-Tennessee Chapter.

Sponsorship provided by The Pharm
*Sponsorship opportunities are still available*

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