After 35 years with its iconic Nashville location as a home base, The Bluebird Cafe is launching a series of shows in New York City. The series will take place at the Grand Ole Opry’s first “home away from home,” a four-level entertainment complex in the heart of Times Square – Opry City Stage.
The Bluebird Cafe Songwriter Series at Opry City Stage will kick off in March with four shows. The first two shows are March 16 (7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.) with Chris DeStefano (“Something in the Water,” Carrie Underwood), Nicolle Galyon (“Automatic,” Miranda Lambert), JT Harding (“Sangria,” Blake Shelton) and will follow with two shows on March 30 (7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.) with Dylan Altman (“Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” Jake Owen), Marshall Altman (“Young & Crazy,” Frankie Ballard), and Gabe Dixon (Keyboardist, Paul McCartney). The Bluebird’s intimate performances will take place on the venue’s fourth floor, known as The Studio at Opry City Stage.
Tickets for March 16 and 30 are $30.00 and are on sale now via oprycitystage.com. Additional upcoming Bluebird shows are slated for March 16, March 30, April 13, April 27, May 11 and May 25. With seating for 195, the intimate club on the venue’s fourth floor will feature “in the round” style nights in partnership with Nashville’s famed songwriting haven, The Bluebird Cafe. The space boasts state-of-the-art production capabilities, making it one of New York City’s premiere listening rooms. Additionally, the space is specially equipped for artist media events and music releases.
“We are tremendously excited that two of the most compelling and iconic entertainment brands in Nashville—the Grand Ole Opry and The Bluebird Cafe– are embarking on this partnership to share our unique styles of entertainment in New York City and beyond,” said Erika Wollam Nichols, President and General Manager, Bluebird Cafe, Inc. “The Opry and The Bluebird have each developed a wide base of loyal fans who are wildly passionate about and respectful of the music, both in our longtime homes of Nashville as well as when we have stepped outside Music City for special shows on the road. Our songwriting community is part of what makes Nashville so great, and we can’t wait to bring the intimacy of hearing the songs and the stories behind the songs to the New York City audience, introducing them to Nashville and New York-based writers alike.”
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