ACME FEED & SEED ANNOUNCES APRIL’S ACME UNPLUGGED, FEATURING JAMIE PAULIN, COLE TAYLOR, CHASE MCGILL AND COREY CROWDER
WHAT: Join Acme and The Wrangler Network for Acme Unplugged: a unique night of live music from Nashville’s finest singers and songwriters, hosted by Acme Feed & Seed and streamed online at WranglerNetwork.com, as well as on Acme Radio via AcmeRadioLive.com. April’s Acme Unplugged will feature Jamie Paulin, Cole Taylor, Chase McGill, and Corey Crowder.
WHEN/WHERE: Monday, April 24th at The Hatchery at Acme Feed & Seed, and online at WranglerNetwork.com, AcmeRadioLive.com, the Acme Radio Live iPhone app, and TuneIn. Doors at 6 p.m., show at 7 p.m.
TICKETS: Tickets are $10/per person and can be purchased in advance online here: theacmenashville.com/calendar, at the Acme Farm Store, or at the door. All ages are welcome.
Jamie Paulin grew up in Adna, Washington. In 1998, Paulin moved to Nashville and worked with Island Bound Publishing, Bigger Picture, and EMI before landing as a writer at Sony ATV. Paulin’s first cut, “When You’re In Love With A Woman,” was recorded by Sonny Burgess. His first radio single was “Maybe She’ll Get Lonely” by Jack Ingram. Paulin has written numerous songs for Justin Moore, including “Backwoods,” “Grandpa," "What If I Run Out of Honky Tonks,” “Guns," "Flyin' Down the Back Road,” and “One Dirt Road.” Paulin has also written songs for Scotty McCreery, Drake White, Thomas Rhett, and Rachel Bradshaw.
After moving from Cuthbert, Georgia to Nashville in 2013, Cole Taylor signed a publishing deal with Universal Music. Since then, he has released two of his own EPs and had two songs reach #1 on the country music charts: “Sippin’ On Fire” by Florida Georgia Line and “Home Alone Tonight” by Luke Bryan, featuring Karen Fairchild of Little Big Town. Taylor’s new single, “Cold Beer” is now available on Apple Music and Spotify. Taylor has had songs recorded by Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell, Darius Rucker, and Chase Rice, among others.
Chase McGill has been dubbed “The Redneck Poet” by his publishing company, Universal Music. His lyrics have been recorded by many of today’s popular country artists. Some of McGill’s cuts include "We Went To The Beach” (Little Big Town), "When Someone Stops Loving You" (Little Big Town), “Don’t It” (Kenny Chesney), “Just Over” (Luke Bryan), "Here's To The Farmer" (Luke Bryan), “Stars” (Cole Swindell), “The Way I Talk” (Morgan Wallen), “Smoke When I Drink” (Kelleigh Bannen), and "Better Place" (Kane Brown) among others.
Songwriter, producer and artist Corey Crowder grew up in Loganville, Georgia, where he began his music career as a touring artist with a focus on TV and film placements. He moved to Nashville in 2010 after signing an artist development and publishing deal. Corey celebrated back-to-back #1 hits as writer and producer with Chris Young’s “I’m Coming Over” and “Think of You.” He has also written songs for Justin Moore, Kane Brown, The Cadillac Three, A Thousand Horses, Jon Pardi and many more. He has produced projects for Chris Young, Cassadee Pope, Seth Ennis, Jess Moskaluke, Jamie Lynn Spears and Tim Hicks. Crowder recently earned his third #1 song as a producer on Chris Young’s “Sober Saturday Night.”
ABOUT ACME FEED & SEED
Acme Feed & Seed, Nashville’s iconic, century-old building, located in the heart of downtown, provides locals and visitors an original experience while honoring the much-loved character of Lower Broadway. A bustling lunch spot during the day, the first floor transforms into a “funky-tonk” at night, featuring rotating live music of Nashville’s diverse musical landscape where every genre is represented. The first floor also plays home to the Acme Farm Store, offering locally-made artisanal gifts and sundry goods, as well as Acme Radio, an internet radio station providing an unfiltered voice of Music City and broadcasting live shows and unique programming via AcmeRadioLive.com. The second floor features a lounge with seasonally-inspired handcrafted cocktails, a menu of easily-shareable dishes and Acme's sushi bar. The third floor encompasses The Hatchery, the largest one-level private event and music venue on Lower Broadway. On Acme's rooftop terrace, guests can enjoy an open-air bar with 360 degree views overlooking the neon lights of Broadway, fireworks of Nissan Stadium and stunning views of the Cumberland River.
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