All in the Family, Out & About Nashville’s monthly events and entertainment column, spotlights performances, productions and presentations by (inter)nationally recognized artists in our LGBTQ family. This month, the singer/songwriter is king – or queen, as the case may be. From Americana to country to folk to pop, rock and soul, these celebrated songsters cover the gamut with style. Here are the details:
4/1 – 4/2 – Cidny Bullens performs at Bongo After Hours Theatre
Grammy-nominated singer/songwriter Cidny Bullens will present Somewhere Between: A One Wo/Man Show.
4/2 – Garrison Starr appears at City Winery
Folk/pop singer/songwriter Garrison Starr will open for Joe Purdy at the Winery.
4/9 – Shane McAnally plays Tin Pan South at 3rd & Lindsley
Grammy-Award-winning singer/songwriter Shane McAnally will perform, along with Kacey Musgraves and Josh Osborne, as a part of the 24th annual Tin Pan South Songwriters Festival. Fast Access Passes are available here.
Rootsy pop singer/songwriter Daphne Willis will play Grimey’s neighboring venue, along with headliner Gina Venier.
4/21 – Mary Gauthier plays Bluebird Cafe
Acclaimed Americana songbird Mary Gauthier will appear at the Bluebird with a guitar case full of stories.
Sassy southern singer/songwriter Shelly Fairchild will bring the house down with her country-fried rock-n-soul.
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