Tarryn Aimée will play at City Cafe in Brentwood Friday, Dec 6 from 5:30pm – 8pm.
Tarryn Aimée is an Americana singer-songwriter whose music is a unique blend of folk, bluegrass, jazz, and country. Many who hear Tarryn’s voice describe it as pure and smooth, with an angelic quality reminiscent of Allison Krauss. Based in the Nashville area, the multi-instrumentalist plays regularly at local restaurants, music venues, private and house parties, and festivals in Tennessee and other states. In 2012 she signed with Second City Music Group as a staff songwriter. Her song “Expecting Good Things”, which she co-wrote with Wil Nance and Steve Dean, was the title cut of Jeff and Shari Easter’s Grammy Nominated album in 2010, and a live recording of the song was also placed on the Gaither Homecoming “Majesty” CD and DVD set.
With diverse influences including James Taylor, Dolly Parton, Bonnie Raitt, Willie Nelson, the Eagles, the Judds, Joni Mitchell, Frank Sinatra, and Ella Fitzgerald, Tarryn enjoys writing a variety of music styles.
On Dec 6, Jeff Lisenby will join Taryn on piano and accordion.
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City Cafe is Brentwood’s oldest independent restaurant. They are a southern meat-and-three served cafeteria-style, located in the Brentwood Place Shopping Center at 330 Franklin Road, Suite 250.