Tue Jun 19 2018

7:30 PM (Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley

818 3rd Ave. S Nashville, TN 37210

All Ages

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Mandy Barnett charms with a fresh take on songs that made Nashville famous.  On its way to becoming “Music City,” Nashville was the hub of musical genre blending and innovation, influenced by the big band era and pre-rock pop. Country stars crossed over into pop, while many well-known pop singers of the day made albums in Nashville.  

 

With her own recordings and live shows, Mandy Barnett has established herself as one of the great interpreters of American classic country and pop music.  She first made her mark as a teenager portraying Patsy Cline in multiple sold-out runs of the stage musical Always…Patsy Cline at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium. 

 

Barnett has since built on that stage success considerably, carving out a prolific recording career with multiple critically acclaimed albums (Rolling Stone named her I’ve Got a Right to Cry its “Top Country Album” in the year of its release) and showcasing her one-of-a-kind vocal talent on stages across the country and around the globe – from international music festivals to the Grand Ole Opry

 

She has appeared on The Tonight Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS Sunday Morning, PBS’s Sessions at West 54th, and numerous other television programs throughout her career. Additionally, she has been a featured artist on a host of movie and television series soundtracks.

Barnett comes to 3rd & Lindsley on the heels of pop concerts with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Ulster Orchestra in Belfast.  2018 will bring a new Barnett album, an eclectic mix of Americana and roots music.

 

A “torch singer in the grandest sense of the word.”

--Chicago Tribune

 

One of the "finest classic country and torch singers" to come out of Nashville.

--USA Today

 

“Pipes of steel.”

--Los Angeles Times

 

“[Barnett embodies] natural musicality.”

--People Magazine

MANDY BARNETT SUMMER SERIES with Kurt Stevens

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  • KURT STEVENS

    KURT STEVENS

    Country

    Rising country artist, Kurt Stevens is a singer, songwriter and guitarist. Not only is Kurt a classically trained pianist he is also a self taught guitarist and singer. Originally from South Florida, Stevens is a recent graduate of Florida State University and remains passionate about the laid back beach lifestyle he grew up with on the coast. From surfing to fishing - he loves it all. 

    Stevens grew up with a rich and eclectic musical influence that comes through in his songwriting. His Dad made sure he grew up listening to all of the legends, including The Allman Brothers, Johnny Cash, The Eagles, AC/DC, and his personal idol, Elvis Presley. Stevens always knew he wanted a career in music and understood that hard work and commitment would be required in addition to talent, so he worked after school and on weekends at a local jewelry shop to save up for his first guitar, a Gibson Songwriter Deluxe, which he still plays on stage today. 

    His first public singing performance was at his High School talent show, where he performed Chris Young’s “You”, earning the winning spot. Stevens has continued performing at festivals and clubs across the Southeast and on the college circuit while he completed his degree at FSU. 

    Stevens has recently relocated to Nashville to promote his five song, self titled demo EP, released on iTunes in September 2015. The EP, features five original songs all written by Stevens. Included on the EP are “Makin’ Moves and Movin’ On,” “Take Me Home,” and “Little Black Dress.” “Makin’ Moves and Movin’ On” is currently on-air on Hot Country 94.7. 

    His first music video produced for the song “Makin’ Moves and Movin’ On” gained over 10,000 views quickly and is currently featured on CMT.com/artists where he is currently ranked in the top 50. The video is also being aired on the “Country Music Today” Show on the Heartland Television Network in over 20 states. 

    There is no doubt that the future is bright for this up-and-coming country singer/songwriter, so sign up for his fan club and follow Kurt Stevens on social. And don’t forget to say “hello” at the show! 

MANDY BARNETT SUMMER SERIES with Kurt Stevens

Tue Jun 19 2018 7:30 PM

(Doors 6:00 PM)

3rd and Lindsley Nashville TN
MANDY BARNETT SUMMER SERIES with Kurt Stevens
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All Ages

Mandy Barnett charms with a fresh take on songs that made Nashville famous.  On its way to becoming “Music City,” Nashville was the hub of musical genre blending and innovation, influenced by the big band era and pre-rock pop. Country stars crossed over into pop, while many well-known pop singers of the day made albums in Nashville.  

 

With her own recordings and live shows, Mandy Barnett has established herself as one of the great interpreters of American classic country and pop music.  She first made her mark as a teenager portraying Patsy Cline in multiple sold-out runs of the stage musical Always…Patsy Cline at Nashville's famed Ryman Auditorium. 

 

Barnett has since built on that stage success considerably, carving out a prolific recording career with multiple critically acclaimed albums (Rolling Stone named her I’ve Got a Right to Cry its “Top Country Album” in the year of its release) and showcasing her one-of-a-kind vocal talent on stages across the country and around the globe – from international music festivals to the Grand Ole Opry

 

She has appeared on The Tonight Show, The Late Show with David Letterman, CBS Sunday Morning, PBS’s Sessions at West 54th, and numerous other television programs throughout her career. Additionally, she has been a featured artist on a host of movie and television series soundtracks.

Barnett comes to 3rd & Lindsley on the heels of pop concerts with the Detroit Symphony Orchestra and the Ulster Orchestra in Belfast.  2018 will bring a new Barnett album, an eclectic mix of Americana and roots music.

 

A “torch singer in the grandest sense of the word.”

--Chicago Tribune

 

One of the "finest classic country and torch singers" to come out of Nashville.

--USA Today

 

“Pipes of steel.”

--Los Angeles Times

 

“[Barnett embodies] natural musicality.”

--People Magazine