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2ND SATURDAY MONTHLY @ PAVILION COFFEE HOUSE Find out more about the Pavilion Coffee House charity outreach on the Schedule page at: www.SongwriterFeatureSeries.com SATURDAY, JULY 11, 2015: 7:00 PM - Jeremy Dean 7:30 PM - Liz Moriondo 8:00 PM - Dave Isaacs, TBD, TBD 2021 Gallatin Pike North, Ste. 160 Madison, Tennessee 37115 Phone(615) 491-8624 Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Pavilion-Coffee-House/680231705340653 There is no cover charge and we don’t charge for our coffee or treats as we are a non-profit organization, but we do have a suggested donation price for treats. Non-alchol venue. Families are welcome. All proceeds benefit the Nashville homeless outreach of Pavilion Coffee House. Directions: South (across the street) of Electronics Express (in 2021 Plaza, Pier One, etc.) on Gallatin Pike, in Madison. Take I-65 North from Nashville to Vietnam Veterans Bypass and make the first exit, Conference Drive. Turn right at the light off of Vietnam Veterans and then the second light is Gallatin. Turn right onto Gallatin and then immediately to the left (2021 Plaza), on the road just south of Electronics Express. The store front directly on the right will include Pavilion Coffee House (backside of Pier One)Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Hank Williams Jr., Dwight Yoakam, Delbert McClinton, Merle Haggard, Johnny Cash
Label: JoeDog Records
Manager: Joe Dog Music, Beertherty Promotions
Bio: Singer-songwriter Mike Cullison is used to hearing his work defined in painterly terms; music journalists commonly pull out such metaphors when trying to describe songs. But with his new album, Barstool Monologues, it’s almost as if he’s working in the 3D style of sculptor J. Seward Johnson Jr., ...See Full Bio
Mike Cullison has a show on 06/26/2015 at 12:00 PM @ Sunset Marina & Resort in Byrdstown, TN http://www.reverbnation.com/q/5xyvax #concert
“ ROADHOUSE RAMBLER If country music was fair to artists who have the voice and talent which fans across the world prefer over manufactured country-pop then this EP would be receiving multiple CMA nominations. Here’s hoping that the CMA judges listen to this record because if they do they will put Oklahoma’s Mike Cullison at the forefront of country music. The six songs pack a punch with honky-tonk instrumentation and Mike’s vocals harking back to a simpler time in music when all you needed to sell records was to sing about barrooms and drinking. Understandably, Whiskey Memory is great to enjoy whilst supping a strong beverage. Similar to Merle Haggard’s Tonight The Bottle Let Me Down this seems to be a contemporary version of that infamous tune. The remainder of the record is too good for words and is certainly worth hunting down a copy in order to see why it is downright near perfect. ”