Live at Puckett’s Hitmaker Series with Wood Newton and Dairy Daughters $12- 12.7.19
Since moving to Nashville in 1976, Wood has written some of country music’s biggest hits: “Bobbie Sue” (Oak Ridge Boys), “Twenty Years Ago” (Kenny Rogers), “What I Didn’t Do” (Steve Wariner), and “Riding With Private,” which he produced for David Ball. All of these songs have received BMI awards for being played over a million times. Wood produced and sang harmony with David Ball on “Old Folks At Home,” a track on Beautiful Dreamer: The Songs Of Stephen Foster. It won a Grammy for Traditional Folk Album (2005).
Farm-raised old souls with country roots, Dairy Daughters blend a sound of sisterly harmony, acoustic strings and warm fiddle. The music is broken down, feel-good, back-porchy songs that are relatable and ring true to their morals and who they are, using simple truth and endearing lyrics. The Dairy Daughters sound is inspired by the vocal bluegrass tones of Patty Loveless and classic melodies of George Strait. It’s easy listening grass fed organic country gold! Listen for their new single “Tomboy,” at radio and digital outlets now.
Seating for the show begins at 8:00, Show at 8:30, $12 cover charge, BOOK ONLINE or call 615-794-5527 for show and dinner reservations.
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