5pm-7pm: Brett Stafford Smith 8pm-11pm: Lazy Jane
Brett Stafford: Brett Stafford Smith’s passion for music began at 14 when he learned to play drums at his local church. He picked up songwriting at 16 when he discovered an old guitar in his step-father’s closet. Brett’s hard work and passion for music paid off when he earned a musical scholarship to play saxophone and guitar in the jazz band at Auburn University. Brett credits his father for introducing him to country music, and still fondly remembers driving home from school every day with the windows rolled down, blasting Tracy Lawrence and Travis Tritt.
Brett moved to Nashville 3 years ago from Dothan, Alabama to pursue his dreams in the music industry. He has written with the likes of Daniel Allen of The Vegabonds, Dusting Herring, Zach Lambert, Jarrett Hartness, John Miller, Jordan Fletcher, and Ryan Nelson. His EP, “Big,” is available on iTunes and Spotify, and can also be found on his Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube pages.
Lazy Jane: The story of Lazy Jane begins in June of 2016. Country singer-songwriter and guitarist, Tristen Smith, and singer-songwriter, Madison Bolin, hatched a plan to unite their creativity and form Lazy Jane.
A native of the Ohio River Valley, Tristen Smith began playing guitar and performing shows at the early age of 8 years old. He went on to play shows ranging from school functions and county fairs to playing in front of tens of thousands of people at stadiums such as PNC Park and festivals such as Jamboree in the Hills. Tristen moved to Nashville, Tennessee in the fall of 2010 to pursue his love of music. He has since graduated from Belmont University and works with accomplished songwriters, musicians, and industry professionals.
Just 6 hours west on I-70 in the small farm town of Casey, Illinois, Madison Bolin was making her own mark. Performing in everything from musicals to local festivals, Madison was quickly recognized for her powerful singing voice and stage presence. Just barely out of high school she began headlining shows at national and regional rodeos as well as her area’s largest civic events. Upon moving to Nashville in the fall of 2011, Madison’s songwriting had entered a new chapter inspiring her to change her direction to Alternative Rock and begin performing and releasing music as Madaux.
It was in this project that Madison had joined forces with Tristen as a songwriting and creative partner. From there the seed was sowed and Lazy Jane came to fruition. Tristen’s outstanding guitar prowess and Madison’s bluesy powerhouse vocals truly make this an unforgettable dynamic duo.
Their first single, Bourbon in the Bible, is now available on all digital platforms.
|Type of Place||Live Music|
|Address||2600 8th Ave S #109, Nashville, TN 37204, USA|
|Sunday||10 a.m. - 3 p.m.|
|Saturday||10 a.m. - midnight|
|Friday||11 a.m. - 1 a.m.|
|Thursday||11 a.m. - 1 a.m.|
|Wednesday||11 a.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Tuesday||11 a.m. - 11 p.m.|
|Monday||11 a.m. - 11 p.m.|
Neighborhood bar. Legendary roots. The Sutler Saloon features a lineup of live music, Southern pub food, and over 90 bourbons and whiskeys served with Nashville hospitality. Open for lunch, dinner and live Bluegrass Brunch on the weekends.