Maren Morris will return to the Bluebird Cafe, where she debuted her critically-acclaimed “My Church” single long before it hit country radio’s Top 10 and earned Morris a Grammy award.
Morris’ upcoming songwriter round on May 17 with Ryan Hurd, Jimmy Robbins and Laura Veltz will be filmed and included in Bluebird, the first in-depth documentary about the indelible influence the 90-seat music venue has had on Nashville’s music community. The film is in the final stages of production.
The songwriter round will begin at 6 p.m. on May 17. Proceeds from the $30 prepaid cover charge will be donated to The HEROES Fund, Morris’ charity to benefit fine arts and music programs in public schools.
“Here at The Bluebird, we are so lucky to be able to hear young artists and writers as they begin their musical journeys,” said Erika Wollam Nichols, Bluebird Cafe COO/GM. “Maren Morris was one of those songwriters who struck us all, right from the earliest days, both with her music and with her dedication to her craft. We are thrilled to have the chance to film her performance for our documentary back in The Bluebird where she played when her star first began to rise.”
Advance pre-paid reservations for the special round can only be made through bluebirdcafe.com beginning Thursday, May 10 at 8 a.m. CT.
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