Kacey Musgraves drops in on Dierks’ set at the Station Inn
So you’ve heard of a diamond in the rough. Well, the Station Inn is a bit of rough in the diamond.
And many country artists swear by the Station Inn, including Dierks Bentley, who calls it his “ground zero.”
“This is where everything got started for me,” Dierks said at a show last week. That’s right, Dierks, who packs arenas, played a show at a 150-seat club here in Nashville.
But that’s not all.
Kacey Musgraves happened to drop in and do a song with Dierks.
Only in Nashville, I’m tellin’ ya, only in Nashville.
Ray Rice invades Titans country, hits local club
Super strange but true: Baltimore Ravens star running back Ray Rice was in town a few days ago, and it wasn’t for a football game.
Brad spies say he was seen at the Anthem club, having a fine time.
Anthem happens to be one of Nashville’s hottest clubs right now, cranking out the electronic dance music and hosting some of the biggest DJs in the country.
So if nothing else, Ray probably had a great time.
Ted Danson, Mary Steenburgen stroll through Edgehill Village
Strange and awesome but true: Ted Danson (Sam from “Cheers”) and Mary Steenburgen (in about a billion movies) have a house in Nashville.
This week was no exception as the two were seen at a couple different places in Edgehill Village, a couple square blocks of the coolest restaurants and shops in town. Hey, there’s even a world-renowned wedding gown designer among the Music Row area shops.
But that’s not where Ted and Mary were. Seems they’re already married.