The 25th Annual Alive at the Bluebird concert series benefiting Alive Hospice has announced through Feb. 1, wrapping with a show by CMA Entertainer of the Year Garth Brooks.
Brooks will be joined on the Bluebird Cafe stage with fellow writers Kent Blazy, Pat Alger, Victoria Shaw and Tony Arata for a show costing $250.00.
“We are tremendously grateful to the songwriter community for the steadfast support of Alive at the Bluebird for 25 years,” said Alive Hospice President/CEO Anna-Gene O’Neal. “Garth started his career in the intimate company of these dedicated professionals, and so we are thrilled that he can join us for this special anniversary year.”
At least 27 Bluebird shows will take place with 130 artists and songwriters scheduled, including John Oates, Clint Black, Keb Mo’, Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Hunter Hayes and Kathy Mattea.
Two special items have been donated to Alive Hospice to be auctioned during the 25th Annual Alive at the Bluebird concert series. An original “Wings to Fly” oil painting donated by acclaimed artist Deann Hebert and an Epiphone FT-100 acoustic guitar donated by Earl E. Owens, a prominent Nashville manager, producer, promoter and public relations executive who was cared for by Alive Hospice last year. The guitar will be autographed by all artists and writers performing during the Alive at the Bluebird series, and both items will be available for bidding online at bluebirdcafe.com and in person on the final night of the series.
Admission for most Alive at the Bluebird shows follows the standard Bluebird Cafe reservation policy. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday shows are available at 8:00 a.m. one week prior to the posted show, and weekend shows may be reserved on the preceding Monday beginning at 8 a.m. at bluebirdcafe.com. Please refer to the same website for admission pricing. Brooks’ show will go on sale Thursday, Jan. 18 at 8 a.m. CT.
Alive at the Bluebird Concert Series Schedule (Subject to Change)
January 11 — John Oates & Jim Lauderdale
January 12 — Beth Nielsen Chapman, Graham Gouldman,
Gordon Kennedy, Keb Mo’
January 13 – 6:30 p.m. Gary Harrison, Rick Huckaby, Michael White, Jenn Schott
January 13 – 9:30 p.m. Tom Douglas, Marc Beeson, JT Harding, Marcus Hummon
January 16 — Lee Brice, Jerrod Niemann, Rob Hatch, Lance Miller
January 17 — The Warren Brothers, Mark Irwin, Josh Kear
January 18 — Hunter Hayes, Dave Barnes, Gordie Sampson, Emily Weisband
January 19 — Tony Arata, Fred Knobloch, Jellyroll Johnson & friend
January 20 – 6:30 p.m. Victoria Shaw, Clint Black, Roger Cook, Bob DiPiero
January 20 – 9:30 p.m. Erin Enderlin, Alex Kline, Jeffrey Steele, Tara Thompson
January 23 — Gary Burr, Georgia Middleman, Jim Photoglo, Mike Reid
January 24 — Bernie Nelson, Kathy & Michael Bonagura, Dave Gibson
January 25 — An Evening with Kathy Mattea, celebrating 35 years
January 26 — Jon Vezner, Pat Alger, Don Henry, Tom Paxton
January 27 – 6:30 p.m. Phillybilly, Carlton Anderson, Marv Green, Payton Smith
January 27 – 9:30 p.m. Steve Seskin, Crystal Bowersox, Gary Nicholson, Chris Wallin
January 30 — The Muscle Shoals show with Walt Aldridge, Brad Crisler, James LeBlanc, Mark Narmore.
January 31 — Ashley Gorley, Chris DeStefano & friends
February 1-Kent Blazy, Pat Alger, Victoria Shaw, Tony Arata, Garth Brooks
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