This Saturday, you don’t want to miss Erin Enderlin, Alex Kline and Larry Cordle at Puckett’s Gro. & Restaurant. The show starts at 8:30pm on July 16th.
If you want to know what people think about Erin Enderlin, just ask Miranda Lambert or Jamey Johnson or Lee Ann Womack (who cut Erin’s song “Last Call”) or even Merle Haggard – all of whom rave about her talent. As an artist, she has released two albums, toured on the Willie Nelson Country Throwdown Tour and fulfilled a lifelong dream of performing on the Grand Ole Opry. Her songs have been cut by Lee Ann Womack, Luke Bryan, Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Terri Clark, Tyler Farr, Joey+Rory, Tara Thompson and others, including two NSAI Song I Wish I’d Written award winners Last Call and Morning Church.
Alex Kline, a songwriter, producer and multi-instrumentalist (she plays lead guitar, banjo, dobro, mandolin and lap steel) fell in love with Nashville during trips to Music City while studying guitar and songwriting at Berklee College of Music in Boston. She was a founding member of the highly touted all-female band The Lunabelles, who were signed to Sony Music. She has had six cuts by current Canadian Female Vocalist of the year Jess Moskaluke including two singles, a cut by Lonesome River Band, and the next single “Damn Drunk” by Ronnie Dunn featuring Kix Brooks. Alex also produced Big Machine recording artist Tara Thompson’s debut album and wrote 8 songs including the current single “Someone To Take Your Place.” Alex is signed to a co-venture between Starstruck and 10,000 Hours.
Bluegrass legend Larry Cordle has traveled the world with his band Lonesome Standard Time. As a performer Cordle and Lonesome Standard Time been award IBMA song of the year, two Grammy nominations for best bluegrass album, received nominations for vocal group and instrumental group, landed #1 slots on the Bluegrass and Americana charts and gained the respect of their peers and had many accolades during their existence. As a writer, Cordle’s songs have been featured on more than 55 million album including hits, “Highway 40 Blues” by Ricky Skaggs, “Murder On Music Row” by George Strait & Alan Jackson, and “Against The Gran” by Garth Brooks.