About Live at B:Eats Summer Series: Nashville Sounds In The Round

Birmingham's premier country songwriter night Nashville Sounds In The Round in partnership with B:Music return to B:eats for a lunchtime Summer special! Artists are invited to tell the stories behind their songs in a Bluebird Café style ‘In The Round’ session, stripping the songs back to their origins and transporting the audience right back to the writing rooms, all within the intimate performance space in B:eats.

To get you in the Americana spirit, why not try our Southern Fried Chicken Burger or B:Eats Burger, both of which have 10% off exclusively between 12-2pm

James Dunne

James Dunne is one of music's most exciting and iconic new voices of Outlaw Country in the UK.

Within weeks of its official release back in May 2023, Dunne's debut EP 'Black Train' spent three weeks in the top thirty of the "Amazon Music Hot New Country Release" charts globally. The success of his EP led to accolades from Maverick Magazine making Dunne their 'Spotlight Artist' and follow up 'Encore Artist' with the editor branding Dunne as their "new favourite UK Country artist". As a result of the outstanding feedback of his debut release, Dunne went on to secure invitations to perform live for the BBC as part of their 'In Session' series, Country to Country Festival, Blackdeer Festival, Triumph Motorcycles & London Gibson Garage.

Sophie Rose

Sophie Rose is a storyteller with one hell of a story. Born and raised in the South West of England, Sophie’s unmistakably raw vocal and honest songwriting bring tales of overcoming, healing and strength. Coming from a versatile background, Sophie found her voice in Country/ Folk and Blues, with lyricism often reflecting her time performing as a spoken word poet and her vocals echoing the chaos and strength found along a road less travelled.

David Hanners

David Hanners writes songs that breathe Americana groove, grit and taste. His characters come to life in ways reminiscent of Prine, Earle and the McMurtrys — James AND Larry.

He is a Pulitzer Prize winner whose most recent album, There Are No Secrets in This Town, "plays out like a musical version of a McMurtry novel," wrote Terry Paul Roland, featured contributor to No Depression. His previous record, The Traveler's Burden, is “like Townes Van Zandt doing Nebraska," declared Minn Post. David is from the rural U.S. Midwest and now lives in Manchester.

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