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winter Bluebird Cafe Concert Series
Bluebird Cafe Concert Series features Nashville’s finest singer-songwriters and musicians, brought to Sundance in partnership with the renowned Bluebird Cafe. Each show features three artists, who sing and tell the stories behind their songs.
Tickets – $100
Service Fee $5/ticket
Suggested for Mature Audiences
General Admission Seating
Performances begin at 8:00 pm, doors open at 7:30 pm
For inquiries, call 866.734.4428
BOWEN * YOUNG
With haunting and ethereal songs that masterfully delve into the depths of ferocious love, heartbreaking loss and steadfast hope, the debut album, Dangerous Love, by new duo Bowen * Young unveils a unique style of music the couple has dubbed “Cinematic Americana.” Bowen * Young’s timeless debut record created by Clare Bowen and husband Brandon Robert Young is a multi-sensory feast. The music, produced by Sean McConnell, invokes themes painted by the duo’s powerfully authentic lyrics and hypnotic harmonies.
Clare, the charismatic actress who played Scarlett O’Connor in the popular show Nashville, is known as a ray of sunshine around the world. She has performed with artists such as Vince Gill, Zac Brown Band, working with Grammy Award winning producers/songwriters T-Bone Burnett, Colin Linden and Buddy Miller, who became her mentors. The pair also earned a coveted spot on Sugarland’s popular “Still the Same Tour” and toured live with the Nashville cast, selling out London’s O2 Arena.
Brandon, who began singing at age five under the gentle guidance of his mother, had a very different upbringing and path to Nashville. In 2000, he moved from Enfield, CT, to Nashville, where he taught himself to play guitar. He worked as a courier during the day and spent his nights filling empty composition books with song after song. He spent a decade touring with music legend John Hiatt, first as percussionist and background vocalist and eventually becoming one third of The John Hiatt Trio. He worked on three of the famed artist’s albums, the last of which was nominated for a Grammy in the Americana category. Brandon has collaborated with Grammy Award-winning artists Emmylou Harris, Colin Linden, and Mikky Ekko. Brandon’s music has been heard in shows such as Shameless. A Million Little Things, and Nashville.
It was serendipity that brought Bowen * Young together in 2013, when Brandon was a last-minute replacement for Clare’s no-show duet partner for her first solo set at Nashville’s Bridgestone Arena. They immediately discovered they had wonderful chemistry both onstage and off. Brandon proposed to Clare at the Ryman Auditorium during the couple’s Grand Ole Opry set in 2015. They were married by John Carter Cash at the Cash Cabin in 2017.
Pairing moody progressions with soaring melodies, Amie Miriello’s music paints a cinematic picture both colorful and dark. Lyrically introspective and self-aware, the songstress’s relatability leaves listeners feeling both seen and understood.
Originally from Stamford, Connecticut, Miriello was discovered at 18 by über-producer Billy Mann (Pink, John Legend) at a random Arlene’s Grocery gig in Manhattan. Their partnership resulted in her first record deal with Jive Records and years spent touring with her band, Dirtie Blonde, and behind subsequent solo records.
Miriello has since lived and thrived in New York City, Los Angeles, and now Nashville, Tennessee. Signed with Universal Music Publishing, the prolific singer-songwriter continues to write for herself and other artists while lending her powerhouse vocals and alternative-pop sensibilities to TV shows, commercials, and film scores.
Miriello’s shared stages as a solo artist with Gavin DeGraw, Nick Lachey, INXS, Bob Schneider, Teddy Geiger, and many more. She is one half of the Americana duo Boys Club for Girls, and tours as the backup vocalist for pop-country stars Sugarland.
John Eddie is a singer-songwriter, artist-performer, who in recent years has branched out as a multifaceted creative force writing and producing for film and television.
Eddie has developed a dedicated and devoted following with his engaging stage presence and heartfelt songs infused with raw, real world lyrics, cutting wit, and musings on life, love and everything that falls in between. These themes, woven together in his unique and captivating storytelling, can be found in the songs he’s written for himself and those recorded by other major artists.
Following the release of his Universal-Lost Highway record Who the Hell is John Eddie?, Eddie moved to Nashville, where his songs were discovered and recorded by the likes of Brantley Gilbert, Keith Urban, Kid Rock, Sammy Hagar, Colt Ford and James Otto, among many others.
The John Eddie/Brantley Gilbert co-write “More Than Miles,” became a Platinum-selling top country hit for Gilbert, peaking at number six on the Billboard country charts. Eddie also had his song “The Man I Am,” featured in the Zac Efron film, At Any Price directed by Ramin Bahrani.
Other songs of John Eddie’s have appeared in television series such as “Friday Night Lights,” “The Shield” and the Sundance Channel’s “The Red Road.”
Eddie currently lives in Nashville, Tennessee, where he is writing and recording songs for a forthcoming album.
Bob Regan is a Grammy nominated American country music songwriter. His chart credits include “Til Love Comes Again” by Reba McEntire, “Busy Man” by Billy Ray Cyrus, “Your Everything” by Keith Urban, “Soon” by Tanya Tucker, “Thinkin’ About You” by Trisha Yearwood, “Running Out of Reasons to Run” by Rick Trevino, “Something About a Woman” by Jake Owen, “Dig Two Graves” by Randy Travis, and many others. His songs have been recorded by artists ranging from cowboy legend Roy Rogers to Kenny Rogers, from Hank Williams Jr. to Andy Williams.
In 2012, Regan founded Operation Song, a program which brings professional songwriters together with veterans and active duty military to help them tell their stories in song. To date there have been over 1200 songs written with veterans of World War II to those currently serving. Regan has also been a studio musician, a guitarist on the Grand Ole Opry (with Jeanne Pruitt,) and was a three-term President of the Board of the Nashville Songwriters Association International as well as their Legislative Chair. In that role in 2006, he helped pass the Songwriters Capital Gains Tax Equity Act. Regan also taught as an adjunct professor at Belmont University in the inaugural year of their songwriting program.
One of Nashville’s most accomplished singer/songwriters, Georgia has had songs recorded by Faith Hill, Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, Reba McEntire, Terri Clark, Joe Nichols, Maia Sharp and Sheila E., among many others. In 2010, Keith Urban took “I’m In,” which she co-wrote with Radney Foster, to the top of the country charts. Those who have seen her live, though, can attest that there is real magic in her own renditions of her songs as, she wraps one of music’s most expressive voices around lovingly crafted glimpses into life and love at their most compelling.
Born and raised in Texas, Georgia earned a degree in acting from NYU and played the city’s clubs until a visit to Nashville. “That’s when everything changed,” she says. “I fell in love with this town because it was a community of writers.”
She earned a publishing deal with Polygram and then a record deal with Giant Records. Her solo records include “Endless Possibilities” on Giant Records and the independent “Unchanged,” “Things I Didn’t Know I Knew,” and “Plum.” Georgia just recently released on her fifth solo record, an acoustic collection of her most requested original songs called “Requests.”
Dave Berg is a native of Portland, Oregon. He moved to Nashville, Tennessee in the early 1990s. Berg landed his first country cut in 1995 when Ty Herndon sent “I Want My Goodbye Back” into the country Top Ten. Berg’s songwriting credits include the chart-toppers “Somebody” (Reba), “Stupid Boy” (Keith Urban), “If You’re Going Through Hell” and “These Are My People” (both recorded by Rodney Atkins) and “Moments” (Emerson Drive). Berg was named Songwriter Of The Year by Billboard and NSAI in 2007. He was given the same honor by ASCAP in 2008. Berg has also had notable cuts by Carrie Underwood, Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, Jewel, Blake Shelton and Sara Evans among others.
January 27th – SOLD OUT
January 28th – SOLD OUT
March 17th – Tickets available
March 18th – SOLD OUT
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