NEWS

  • Feb 7th - SUPERBOWL SUNDAY BASH!

    SUNDAY FEB 7TH. 5pm. Come watch the Superbowl with us! Right on the big screen in the music room! Lots of food, liquor and beer ready to consume.

  • SAT FEB 6th~ FEATURED EVENT

    Eric Heatherly & THe Goats of Kudzu is a one man band of dirty blues and rock.

    MUSIC AT 7PM $5 COVER 

    ALL AGES- 21 AND OVER TO CONSUME ALCOHOL.

  • FRIDAY FEB. 5TH FEATURED EVENT-

    FRANKLIN ART CRAWL: FEATURING

    GEORGIA ENGLISH & THE JUKEBOX KIDS

    "Georgia English & the Jukebox Kids blend an intoxicating brew of vintage and contemporary sound, which makes the Americana genre so delightfully hard to define." -

    W/THE BIRD & THE BEAR

    + JEN STARSINIC

    7PM $5 cover
    Advanced tickets HERE
  • WED. FEB 3RD~FEATURED EVENT

    Amber’s Drive is a high-energy Nashville trio blending Pop, R&B, Country, and Blues to create their own unique Americana style. W/ GUESTS LOVELAND (COUNTRY.FOLK W/ RICH HARMONIES)


    Also, Kimbros has become the official sanctioned After Party for Music City Roots.
    Special guests will be abound.
    This week's installment will feature:
    Sleepy Labeef, Bobby Rush, Billy Burnette and Shawn Cam.
    You never know who will show up.
    Look for the big bus parked out front.

    7PM START TIME

    $7 TICKETS

  • TONIGHT'S FEATURED EVENT FEB 2ND TUES.

    Tonight! Tues Feb 2nd- the famous Deconstructed Songwriter s night! 6pm sign up 7pm show. Who's coming?

    Bring your instruments adn whatever your style is, we welcome it. Totally free form. Free to the public.

    You play 3 songs.

  • MONDAY FEB 1st FEATURED EVENT-

    Let's get together Monday, February 1st for Food, Drinks and Great Music

    Doors open at 6:30pm, Music Starts at 7:00 pm

    With Special Musical Guest:

    Charlie Marie  



    Anthony Adams & The Nite Owls

    $10 at the Door 

    or purchase ADVANCE TICKETS

  • FEATURED EVENT ~ THURS JAN 28

    The Howlin’ Brothers are a Nashville based string band composed of Ian Craft, JT Huskey and Jared Green. Anchored in a bed of old-time blues and bluegrass, their upbeat shows are heavy with original and traditional music, featuring the sounds of slide banjo, harmonica and old-time fiddle. Sounding like what would happen if a bunch of Appalachian punk rockers formed a jug-band, The Howlin’ Brothers play with a ferocious energy that drags you in and finds you boogieing along in spite of yourself.
    http://www.thehowlinbrothers.com/

    7PM $7- All Ages welcome 21+ to drink alcohol.

    TICKETS