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Reservation: 615-645-1945

Check-in:03:00 PM Check-out:11:00 AM

Pets allowed: No

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July 06, 2023 to July 06, 2023
7:30 PM - 7:30 PM
3rd & Lindsley Bar & Grill, 818 3rd Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37210

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Sixwires first Warner Brothers Records album release debuted in the top 30, and featured the chart hits LOOK AT ME NOW and WAY TOO DEEP, resulting in major concert tours with the top artists of that time. Sixwire members then served as the house band on USA Networks NASHVILLE STAR for three seasons, and the band temporarily relocated to Los Angeles where they were featured on FOXs THE NEXT GREAT AMERICAN BAND. Sixwire returned to Nashville to become the house band for CMTs CAN YOU DUET and CMTs NEXT SUPERSTAR, then landed the role as the backing band for character Rayna Jaymes played by actress CONNIE BRITTON on ABCs dramatic series NASHVILLE. Through the years, members of Sixwire have played in the bands for FAITH HILL, ALABAMA, RANDY TRAVIS, RICHARD MARX, DOLLY PARTON, LITTLE RIVER BAND, LEE GREENWOOD and many others. Sixwire members have written hit songs recorded by TIM McGRAW, BROOKS s FLAMEWORTHY AWARDS, THE ACM AWARDS, THE CMA AWARDS, and many, many others. Sixwire has been featured entertainment at the DAYTONA 500, the BOB HOPE CLASSIC, the NHL ALL-STAR GAME, the US FIGURE SKATING CHAMPIONSHIP, SUPER BOWL 51, SUPER BOWL 53, SUPER BOWL 55, and will again be featured pre-game entertainment at SUPER BOWL 56 in Phoenix. Sixwire has served as house band for the annual Charlie Daniels Volunteer Jam and is house band for the Academy Of Country Music PARTY FOR A CAUSE events. Sixwire was the first-ever featured house band for the 2019 NFL Draft, which was held in Nashville and seen on ESPN.