On Saturday, February 11, head to Puckett’s Grocery to listen to three singer-songwriters — Dylan Altman, Brice Long and Terry McBride. Altman has been writing songs in Nashville for over 18 years. Altman has had two #1 songs: Tim McGraw’s “Watch the Wind Blow By”, and most recently, Jake Owen’s “Barefoot Blue Jean Night.” Other artists who have recorded Dylan’s songs include Jason Aldean, Trace Adkins, Will Hoge and Gabe Dixon.

Altman is an avid supporter and volunteer for Musicians On Call, an organization that provides live music for patients in area hospitals, and he co-hosts an annual benefit for JDRF (juvenile diabetes research foundation) with his good friend and frequent collaborator Eric Paslay.

Joining Altman will be Brice Long. His hits include the #1 single “Nothing on but the Radio” for Gary Allan, and recent chart toppers with Randy Houser’s, “Anything Goes.”, “Today” from Gary Allan, Casey James’ “Let’s Don’t Call It A Night” and Jon Pardi, “What I Can’t Put Down”. Most recently Brice received a CMA Song of the Year nomination for his Randy Houser hit, “Like A Cowboy”. He’s also had cuts with Garth Brooks, Hank Williams Jr, George Strait, Randy Houser, Josh Turner, Reba McEntire and many more.

Brice moved to Nashville permanently in 1993 after finishing college at Middle Tennessee State University in Murfreesboro. Through his growing network of connections, Brice landed his first paid songwriting job at a publishing company, Starstruck, owned by Reba McEntire.

In addition to Altman and Brice, Terry McBride will also be performing.  Formerly, the lead vocalist in his band called McBride & the Ride,  who after the band dismantled went on to write songs for Brook & Dunn, Reba McEntire, Garth Brooks, and American Idol’s  Josh Gracin.

McBride has just released a new EP called “Hotels & Highways” which will be available for pre-order on Friday, February 10. McBride will begin a tour of 30 small-town middle and high schools this month that run through May to inspire kids and talk about the importance of having access to music education for every child.

Show begins at 8:30pm. Tickets to the show are $12, make your reservations online here or call 615-794-5527 for show and dinner reservations.

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