2pm-6pm: Luke Caccetta 6pm-9pm: Markus Fox 9pm-11pm: First Rodeo Band
Luke Caccetta Combine the raw passion of Bruce Springsteen and blend it with the modern country style of Dierks Bentley and you have Luke Caccetta, a singer/songwriter whose debut record introduces his artistic capacity and proves himself as Nashville’s future “it” star.
Caccetta’s first EP, Cheers, was released on April 22nd of 2014 and claimed 108th on the iTunes “Top 200 Country Albums” chart that day. The single, “Cheers,” took the No. 1 spot on Nashville Songwriter Association International’s Top 40 chart. Further, The Rutledge hosted the EP release show and stocked a full house of friends and family while catching the ears of industry professionals. Born in Williamsburg, Virginia, Caccetta’s talent blossomed from his youth starting as a mostly self-taught guitarist at 12 years of age. He spent the majority of his time studying musical influences like Elvis Presley, Bruce Springsteen, Molly Hachet, Waylon Jennings, Derek Trucks and James Taylor. Caccetta relocated to Nashville in 2011 to attend Middle Tennessee State University as a songwriting major and embarked on the adventure of his dreams. With a second EP in the works, that dream might just be ripe enough to become a reality. To be a fan of Luke Caccetta is to become a member of his family. Caccetta’s ability to connect with an audience is truly special and sets him apart from others in the industry for he never disappoints in character or performance.
About Markus Fox: Former active-duty combat Marine, Markus Fox is an American hero, singer, songwriter and outdoorsman. A third-generation Marine, Markus faced his first tour of duty at the age of nineteen in Iraq, followed by a second tour of duty in Afghanistan when he was twenty-one years old. While deployed, he continued to play and write his music, finding refuge within its chords.
In 2014 Markus recorded his EP, “Thinkin’ Out Loud”, which debuted #4 on iTunes Hot Country Hits. His debut single, “I’m Still Coming Home” (written by Mike Lane and Joe Lickteig) charted on Music Row Breakout Chart, won 2014 Nashville Independent Music Award Song of the Year, and in October, the corresponding music video debuted on the Heartland Network (formerly TNN) and is currently in heavy rotation.
The Gibson Guitar Artist, has performed across the country including sharing the stage with rock and roll powerhouse, Lynyrd Skynyrd, at the Ryman Auditorium where he presented Gibson Les Paul Guitars to two Veterans with PTSD, and performed at the annual “Honor Comes Home” event with “Lone Survivor” Marcus Luttrell.
An avid outdoorsman, Markus has made numerous radio and featured TV appearances including “American Hero Experience” on NBC Sports, recently completed filming two upcoming features on Kayak Bassin’ on The World Fishing Network and is scheduled to appear in other outdoor/hunting shows in 2015.
Markus was a featured half hour guest and performed on the nationally syndicated radio show, The Rick & Bubba Show on Veterans Day November 11, 2014. The segment was simulcast worldwide online, and on Heartland TV (formerly TNN). In honor of Veterans Day, Markus also performed that evening at Puckett’s Nashville with songwriters Karen Staley, Billy Montana, and Ricky Ray.
Markus currently resides in Elmore County, Alabama. Likely you’ll find him in a pair of muddy boots around a bonfire strumming his guitar with his hunting buddies or… you’ll see him in his truck heading north on I-65.
About First Rodeo Band: Cash, Emilee, and Ross formed First Rodeo Band in May of 2018. All three vocalist come together with years of experience under their belts. Cash Crawford hails from the great country of Canada! Cash has years of performing, and songwriting experience. When she isn’t performing you can find her hanging with her cats Ophelia and Sebastian enjoying a glass of wine! Emilee Allan made the move from Michigan to Tennessee at a young age. Emilee is the song bird of the band as we say! Emilee loves anything and everything to do with dogs! So, if you are out and about with your best bud, stop in! No doubt Emilee will jump off stage to greet y’all ! Ross Flora started playing guitar at the age of 11 years old, and vocally performing as a young teenager in Virginia. He made the move to Nashville, Tennessee in early 2012. When he isn’t on stage you can find Ross nursing his “healthy” addiction to motorcycles out there on the blacktop.
|Type of Place||Mexican|
|Address||135 2nd Ave N, Nashville, TN 37201, USA|
|Monday||11 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
|Tuesday||11 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
|Wednesday||11 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
|Thursday||11 a.m. - midnight|
|Friday||11 a.m. - 2:30 a.m.|
|Saturday||11 a.m. - 2:30 a.m.|
|Sunday||11 a.m. - midnight|
Cerveza Jack’s brings a combination of traditional Mexican food, casual cocktails and a fun environment perfect for locals & visitors alike.