“After 30 years of operations the thought of opening again and trying to rebuild our business with a third of the capacity and implementing all the new safety protocols is a steep hill to climb,” the venue said in a statement. “However, we are working diligently to do everything possible to reopen as safely as we can.”
Ketch Secor will lead his Folk City residency at the venue for one show each month, beginning Oct. 1, with additional shows on Nov. 5, Dec. 3, and Jan. 7, 2021. The venue will also partner with The Bluebird Cafe for “Bluebird On 3rd,” a four-week series starting Oct. 8 that showcases both established Nashville songwriters and rising newcomers.
On Sept. 20, 3rd & Lindsley will host a live, full-band, no audience webcast with Christone “Kingfish” Ingram as part of the Nashville Sunday Night series.
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