After two overwhelmingly successful years at Green Valley Ranch, Nashville Unplugged: The Story Behind the Song is expanding across the Las Vegas valley, with additional Saturday performances beginning Saturday, Sept. 3.at 8 p.m.
Nashville Unplugged will follow their bi-weekly Green Valley Ranch performances on Friday nights with gigs the following evening inside Chrome Showroom at Santa Fe Station. A fun and unique experience akin to Nashville’s Bluebird Café, Nashville Unplugged gives guests an intimate look at the thought process behind some of country music’s most well-known songs.
Featuring country music’s most successful songwriters and the crowd favorite, “Songs from a hat,” where an original song is written on-the-spot, based on audience suggestions, Nashville Unplugged: The Story Behind the Song is hosted by Brian McComas, who wrote and sang “I Could Never Love You Enough,” and Aaron Benward of Blue County, who wrote and sang “That’s Cool.” All performances begin at 8 p.m. and there is a $5 cover at the door. Guests must be 21 years or older.
“The overwhelming popularity of Nashville Unplugged has solidified the show as a fixture in the city and we’re thrilled to bring it to the northwest side of the valley,” said Station Casinos’ Vice President of Entertainment Judy Alberti. “These are some of the world’s most talented musicians, and joining forces with Revolver Saloon and Dance Hall, further establishes Santa Fe Station as the city’s best option for those looking to enjoy country music.”
Upcoming Nashville Unplugged performances include:
- Friday, Sept. 2 – Ovation at Green Valley Ranch – Featuring Cyndi Thompson and Carolyn Dawn Johnson
- Saturday, Sept. 3 – Chrome Showroom at Santa Fe Station – Featuring Cyndi Thompson and Carolyn Dawn Johnson
- Friday, Sept. 16 – Ovation at Green Valley Ranch – Featuring Keith Anderson and Chad Warrix
- Saturday, Sept. 17 – Chrome Showroom at Santa Fe Station – Featuring Keith Anderson and Chad Warrix