Music City Roots to Move Out of The Factory

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Music City Roots, hosted by Americana artist Jim Lauderdale, will end its three year run at The Factory in Franklin.

December 13 will be the season-ending show, as well as, the last time the live show will take place in Franklin.

On their website they state, “we’re going to launch a series of winter/spring Roots On The Road shows around Nashville while we prepare to move to our new permanent home in the music hall of Yee-Haw Brewing Co., which is being built two blocks south of the Music City Center in the SoBro district. There will be much more about this coming out this week, so stay tuned to our socials. In the meantime, we want you to be part of our fond farewell to a venue that’s treated us very well and that will forever be part of the journey of MCR. Now on to this week’s events.”

Music City Roots first took place at the Loveless Cafe Barn before moving to the Factory at Franklin in 2014. Each broadcast features four artists in 25-minute segments and short interviews, plus a show-closing jam where all musical guests return to the stage.

Guests artist for the December 13th show have been announced which will include Suzy Bogguss, Anthony Da Costa, The Whiskey Gentry, Dawn Landes, and Grass2Mouth. Show begins at 7 p with general admission tickets $10 or reserved seating $15 or you can watch the livestream.

We reached out to Music City Roots about the move and they will be sharing more information at a later date. Keep checking back here for updates. For more information, visit the Music City Roots website.