WHAT: Ray Scott hosts a special holiday concert benefitting Second Harvest Food Bank of
Middle Tennesse to bid farewell to Nashville landmark Fiddle & Steel Guitar Bar
WHEN: Wednesday, December 10
Doors at 6 p.m.
Country troubadour and storyteller Ray Scott is hosting a one-night concert event to bid farewell to legendary Printers Alley landmark Fiddle & Steel Guitar Bar. The show, which will benefit Second Harvest Food Bank of Middle Tennessee with donations at the door and a silent auction, is Ray’s personal way of expressing his gratitude to the establishment that has been so instrumental in his career. For the last several years, the Ray Scott Fan Club party during CMA Fest has called Fiddle & Steel home, banking countless memories between Ray and his fans throughout the years.
Friends David Adam Byrnes and The Beagles will also lend their voices to the night. The show is open to the public and tickets can be purchased in form of a donation to Second Harvest at the door.
For more information, please visit: www.rayscott.com
About Ray Scott:
A true pioneer of traditional country music, Ray Scott’s brand new self-titled album, which is produced by Dave Brainard (Brandy Clark’s 12 Stories, Jerrod Niemann’s Free the Music) recently released on October 7. The debut single and obvious crowd pleaser from the record, “Drinkin’ Beer,” released in July to iTunes to New + Noteworthy placement and is championed by Sirius XM’s The Highway in their regular rotation. Rolling Stone Country exclusively premiered the music video accompanying the single earlier this fall.