Southern Rounds: An Evening with Poets and Fools

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Southern Rounds: An Evening with Poets and Fools

Country Music’s top songwriters live from Analog at The Hutton Hotel!

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Analog at Hutton Hotel 1808 West End Avenue #2nd Floor Nashville, TN 37203

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  • 13 days 4 hours
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Also available as a livestream if you are not in Nashville February 15th. Click here to watch via livestream.

This Show is 21+

Country Music’s top songwriters live from Analog at The Hutton Hotel!

Brent Cobb, Adam Hood and Shelby Lynne along with special guests Davisson Brothers and Phillip Lammonds, bring the heat to the Southern Rounds stage. Don't miss this incredible line up which includes Grammy Award Winners (Shelby Lynne - Best New Artist) and nominees (Brent Cobb - Best Americana Album) and the writer's behind some of Country music's biggest songs.

Brent Cobb is a talented songwriter, artist and producer. As an artist, Cobb has four studio albums and one EP under his belt. His album "Shine on Rainy Day" peaked at #17 on Billboard's Top Country Albums and garnered a Grammy nod for Best Americana Album. That album put him on stages across the country and landed him a supporting spot on Chris Stapleton's All-American Road Show Tour. As a songwriter, Cobb boasts cuts by Country superstars Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Eli Young Band, Kenny Chesney, Miranda Lambert and more. Learn more about Cobb here: []

For more than a decade, Adam Hood has left his mark both onstage and in the writing room, carving out a southern sound that mixes equal parts country, soul and American roots music. With cuts by Little Big Town, Miranda Lambert, Anderson East, Josh Abbott Band, Lee Ann Womack & Brent Cobb, Hood has a deep catalog sure to keep audiences leaned in. His debut album Somewhere In Between reflected Hood's working-class roots, mixing the upbeat thrill of his roadhouse roots-rock songs with the contemporary, stripped-down sway of his country ballads. After 2 years and a list of heavy-hitting collaborators such as Charlie Starr & Brit Turner, Adam Wakefield, Brent Cobb and Miranda Lambert, Hood successfully follows with Bad Days Better, an album where he meets struggle with positivity. Learn more about Adam Hood here: []

Shelby Lynne walked into Nashville when she was 19. Her first record, Sunrise, produced by legendary Billy Sherrill was a critical success and included a duet with George Jones. With a discography of 18 albums and a Grammy win for Best New Artist for her album, I Am Shelby Lynne, she has crossed the boundaries of country, soul, jazz, and rock never failing to receive raves from her peers and critics. Her tribute to Dusty Springfield, Just A Little Lovin' was produced by legend Phil Ramone, engineered by another legend Al Schmitt and is considered a worldwide audiophile classic recording. With acting credits in films, Walk the Line, When We Kill the Creators, TV appearances, and worldwide tours, she has rounded the curve as an all-around entertainer for more than three decades. Her self-titled album, Shelby Lynne includes songs from the film When We Kill the Creators in which she plays an artist who chooses love and death over commerce. Her latest effort of gospel songs titled The Servant displays a sparse and emotional landscape that reaches back to a sound from the 50s, echoing Sun Records' style production. Shelby recently signed a book deal with prominent New York imprint Speigel and Grau for her upcoming narrative memoir. She's been a rebel on purpose for 32 years with a focus on music, art, and style, never bending to trends.

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Dave Kennedy is a storyteller above all else, and it’s easy to see why. His songs paint a cinematic portrait of America as his characters journey through love, heartbreak, humor, sin, redemption, revenge and perhaps even a few of the songwriter’s own footsteps along the way. Bringing these songs to life is a voice so soaring and powerful you can’t help but be swept away into his world by the end of the first chorus. He navigates his way through each story and each world with a dynamic presence of both strength and subtlety that appreciates both the peaks and the valleys, the highways and the backroads, the loves lost and lingering in his mind. It’s for all these reasons that Dave has a reputation as one of Nashville’s most respected songwriters and artists, and why artists like Travis Tritt, Riley Green, Whiskey Myers, Drake White, Larry Fleet and others are eager to continue writing and performing with Dave Kennedy. Follow Dave on Instagram to stay up-to-date: []