Wednesday, September 02, 2009

Bluebird Cafe: a story

The Bluebird Cafe in Nashville is a place where songs and songwriters are at the center of things, often quite literally, as musicians sit in the round and trade songs of an evening. Many you’ve already met here along the Music Road -- Gretchen Peters, Jeff Talmadge, Jon Vezner, Kathy Mattea, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Caroline Herring, Pierce Pettis, Carrie Newcomer, Andrea Zonn among them -- have played there.

I’ve a story about the experience of being at the Bluebird which was a semi finalist in a competition. It’s short piece, about a hundred words or so.

Still worth your time to take a look...

here is a link to the story

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Blogger BIKE LADY said...

I voted, and it looks like it worked. Good luck! The place sounds like a good time.

6:35 PM  
Blogger kerry dexter said...

thanks, Jackie. I think you'd like the Bluebird.

7:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love the Bluebird Cafe, not to mention Nashville. Man, you're making me lonesome for country music!

10:18 PM  

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