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  • Miss Tess & The TalkBacks

    Jun 2016
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    MissTess26With the help of The TalkBacks, Miss Tess recently released her new full-length release album, Baby, We All Know, featuring eleven finely crafted and well-sung original songs. With Tess on her Weymann archtop guitar & The Talkbacks featuring guitar ace and co-conspirator Thomas Bryan Eaton, the songs were further enlivened with piano, organ, pedal steel, and fiddle in the studio.

    Miss Tess has been releasing albums and leading a band for over a decade, spanning her career over many different cities including Baltimore, Boston, NYC, and her new home base of Nashville, TN. Straddling her move from New York to Nashville, Baby, We All Know was recorded in both cities. The recording cast includes her steady band mate and co-producer, Thomas Bryan Eaton, producer Dan Knobler (Rodney Crowell, Tift Merritt), Robin Macmillan, Jake Silver (Lee Fields), Roy Williams, Stefan Zeniuk, Eric Frey (The Revelers), Dominic Billet (Andrew Combs), Kai Welch, John Pahmer, Aaron Shaffer-Haiss, Oliver Craven (The Stray Birds), Maya De Vitry (The Stray Birds) and Caitlin Canty.

    Tess got her musical start at home in Maryland, her childhood nights ending in music. Her parents would sing her to sleep with the gentle, tender sounds of American folk songs, occasionally interrupted by their 30s swing band rehearsing in the basement. Tess studied pianomas a child, and continued on as a teenager to take up the guitar and singing, and eventually began her own studies in early jazz and blues. All grown up, Miss Tess and The Talkbacks regularly steal the show at venues with something a little rowdier and more eclectic. Infused with classic country and honky-tonk, southern rhythm & blues, New Orleans jazz and swing, and sounds of swamp pop and early rock n’ roll, she is an embodiment of everything that it still home-grown in America.


    If you want to learn more about Miss Tess & The Talkbacks, watch more videos or check out where else they’re playing, Click Here.


  • Workin Dawgs

    Jul 2016
    - 8:00pm -


    Whether you connect with the Southern Rock of the Allman Brothers, Lynyrd Skynyrd, Molly Hatchet, Blackfoot, and ZZ Top, or prefer classics from the Stones, Clapton, The Band, The Dead, CCR, John Cougar Mellencamp, The Beatles, Hendrix, or maybe some rockabilly from the Stray Cats, or even some soul and older country music, the Workin Dawgs live up to their name.  With long sets and short breaks, and a list or artists way too vast to list here, the Dawgs will be “workin” hard for your entertainment.  Come on out to the Burning Bridge to catch the return of the Workin Dawgs!
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  • Kelley Swindall

    Jul 2016
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    KelleySwindall2Kelley Swindall was born and raised in Stone Mountain, Georgia, where she grew up listening to the music of Kris Kristofferson, Patsy Cline, and David Allen Coe on the way to church every Sunday morning, because that’s what her daddy listened to. The rest of the week she listened to the Atlanta oldies station, Fox97, because that’s what her ride listened to. When she was old enough to drive herself, she added  Ryan Adams, Tom Petty, Dylan, The Band, and Skynyrd to the mix.

    Drawing from her southern background, her style is a unique blend of soulful dark & bluesy folk coupled with a witty, gritty, old school country sensibility,  inspired by the outlaw tradition, and deeply rooted in story songs and talking blues.

    She is based in NYC, where she plays frequently around town and on the road.

    To learn more about Kelley, where she’s playing next, or to see some videos, check out her website here.

  • Matthew Mills

    Jul 2016
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Sounds like: John Mayer, Ryan Adams, Ray Lamontagne

    As a child, Matt Mills grew up in Nashville, TN watching his father, Steve Dan Mills, craft songs and make records. Growing up in the studio inspired him to follow in his father’s footsteps. Being surrounded by music from such a young age, music has always come natural to Matt.  By the age of 14, he was singing and playing guitar in the bands he formed while also playing gigs with his father. By the end of high school, Mills decided to attend college to study Music at Belmont University. He later transferred to Middle Tennessee State University where he graduated with a Music Business Degree with an emphasis on Recording. MatthewMills

    During college, Matt played in various bands, but it wasn’t until graduating college, in May of 2011, that Matt teamed up with producer Andrew Chapman to record his first solo EP at 16th Edge Studios. The album entitled Summer Night combines songs finely crafted from Matt’s own heartfelt experience with excellent musicianship resulting in a smooth blend of Rock, Alternative Country, and Americana which promises to inject a fresh and vital approach into the contemporary music scene.

    To learn more about Matt Mills check out his Reverbnation page here.

  • Bourbon Express (NY)

    Aug 2016
    - 8:00 p.m. -

    Bourbon Express has been described as a “first-class honky-tonk band,” & the New York Music Daily even listed one of their popular song’s “Which Wine Goes with Your Heartache” as one of “The Top 100 Songs of 2015.” Reaching #152 on the AMA Chart six weeks in a row, their self-released debut album One Big Losin’ Streak received critical acclaim and international airplay.

    Bourbon Express members include singer-songwriter Katie Curley, vocalist Sarah Kinsey, guitarist Brendan Curley, and bassist Andrew Dykeman. The group was recently featured on WVIA’s Homegrown Music with George Graham and performs regularly in NYC in renowned venues such as Jalopy Theatre and Rockwood Music Hall.

    Read more about the band members below..

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