On Thursday, March 27th, 2014, Lee and Lee Jay are hosting a special night of music during Tin Pan South, Lee Sr., likes to call his night Copper Kettle North and has been doing so for many years. It takes place every year during Tin Pan South. Find out who will be playing Copper Kettle North this year sponsored by the Millennium Maxwell House Hotel and Inside The Song Entertainment located in Maxwell's at the Millennium Maxwell House in Nashville, TN off Rosa Parks Blvd.
Lee Rascone' is a staple in the Nashville Music Scene. Lee has been hosting writer’s nights for over 18 years in Nashville and many of the greatest and most prominent hit songwriters and music artists have graced his stage through the years. Some of those artists that have made it big recently are Kacey Musgraves, Florida Georgia Line, Greg Bates, Easton Corbin, Love and Theft. Also spending time on Lee's stage recently are American Idol finalists Molly Hunt and Kree Harrison.
Other Country Artists, Hall of Fame Writers and Hit songwriters that have spent much time on Lees stage are Lisa Carver, James Otto, Anthony Smith, Jamey Johnson, Sarah Darling, Due West, Randy Houser, Eric Pasley, Lucas Houge, Love and Theft, Jerrod Niemann, Walter Egan, Tracey Lawrence, Larry Henley, Tony Lane, Jeff Stevens, Tim Nichols, Chris Wallin, Whitey Shafer, Don Wayne, Jimmy Payne, Reese Wilson, Rand Bishop, Sarah Darling, Danny Mayo, Billy Walker, Tommy Hill, Don Wayne, Danny Dill, Jimmy Payne, Dick Feller, Ottis Blackwell, Jerry Foster, Danny Dartz, Glenn Douglas Tubb, Rafe Van Hoy, Larry Cordell, Rachel Thibodeau, Aaron Barker, Doug Johnson, Pam Belford, Bekka Bramlet, Clay Mills, Dean Miller, Jeff Cowen, Stella Parton, Jeff Dayton, Steve Chapman, Dave Gibson, Jimbeau Hinson, Gerald Smith, Irene Kelly, David Lee, Matt Jenkins, T.J. Osborne, John Osborne, Jeffrey Steele, Greg Crowe, Gary Talley, Moore & Moore, Kristi Manna, Tony Stampley, The Wrights, Leona Williams, Ron Williams, Randy Beaudro, Rand Reynolds, Tommy Barnes, Tom Fedora, Wynn Varbel, Dave Brainerd, Will Champlain, Tayla Lynn, Bernie Nelson, Billy Austin, Bryan White, Charlie Crow, Gene Cook, Greg Barnhill, Jason Matthews, Marc Alan Barnette, Lucas Houge, Jeremy Bussey, Megan Conner, Pete Sallis, Ben Caver, Craig Monday, Corrine Chapman, Ray Sisk, Dave Robinson, Bruce Michael Miller, Emily Shacklenton, James Peters, Buddy Hyatt, Mac Elliott, Kelly Archer, Rick Tiger, Clay Mills, Jon Stone, Mark Steven Jones, Phil Barton, Johnny Bulford, Kellys Collins, Joel Shewmake, Amanda Hunt Taylor, Jeff Batson, Natalie Hemby, Barbara Cloyd and Mark Sanders.
These are all very special and mega talented people and they have earned a spot on this weekly update forever.
I am sure there may be more that we might have missed as 18 years is a long time. If you are reading this article and you should be on the list above, please email me at: DonnaMWilson@yahoo.com and I will get you added.
This is a premier listening room full of ambiance, vibe and will have some of the best writer’s in Nashville, TN taking the stage on Thursday nights via Lee Rascone. With Lee’s son Lee Jay running the sound board, the sound is always pristine.
MARCH 27TH, 2014 – The special Copper Kettle Line-up
7:00 – Emily Heggan, Justin Nelson, Kamber, and Whitney McComb
8:00 – Hit Songwriter Mark Stephen Jones & Friends
9:30 – Karen Wheeler and Danny, Bill Whyte (WSM), Joe Rucker, The Williams Branch Family, Russ & Becky Jeffers, Jimmy Payne, and Jeff Batson
All scheduling is subject to change as people get sick and have family emergencies. If you are coming to see one particular artist, please check out the artist’s website or Facebook pages for confirmation of appearance as these articles are published a week before the events and life does happen.
The venue is located inside of the Millennium Maxwell House, 2025 Rosa L. Parks Boulevard, Nashville, TN, 37228
Maxwell’s has so much to offer for everyone from the traveling business person to the locals looking for a great night of entertainment, food and drinks. You can come into Maxwell’s every night for live entertainment. Maxwell’s has the distinct honor of being one of the more hopping and off the hook with the who’s who clientele and fun places in Music City.
Every single night you can come into Maxwell’s and hear music of all genres from country to reggae to blue and rock along with singer songwriters who have written some of the hits you hear on the radio today as well as the up and coming songwriters and artists who you will hear on the radio soon. There is a great restaurant at Millennium but if being entertained while you eat is more your thing, you can order your dinner and drink in Maxwell’s and enjoy some fabulously talented folks while you eat. Maxwell’s menu features some good southern dishes prepared in good old fashioned southern ways. All in all, this downtown Nashville bar is a great venue in which to enjoy a memorable night's entertainment.
Operating Hours for Maxwell’s are:
Maxwell’s the Lounge is open daily from 2:00 p.m. - 11:00 p.m.
Live music begins at 7:00 p.m. central time.
FREE PARKING, great food and drinks and phenomenal music. Sounds like a perfect night to me.
For people who would like to be considered to play at Maxwell’s’ please email/text Lee at YouLookBad@bellsouth.net.
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