Bluebird Cafe Songwriter Series at Opry City Stage
New York, NY, 10019
Doors 9:00 PM / Show 9:30 PM
Throughout Gabe Dixon’s career, many notable artists have taken note of and supported his immense talents. He’s opened for and toured with the likes of Loggins & Messina, Gavin DeGraw and Delta Rae, as well as held side gigs as the keyboardist and vocalist for Paul McCartney, Alison Krause & Union Station, O.A.R. and Supertramp. His songs have received placements on major television shows including Parks and Recreation, Grey’s Anatomy and Vampire Diaries. His song Find My Way served as the theme during the opening credits for the box office hit The Proposal starring Sandra Bullock. Fans have seen him perform twice on Jimmy Kimmel LIVE!, as well as The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson and on festival stages everywhere from Bonnaroo to High Sierra Music Festival.
American record producer and songwriter
Originally from the great state of New Jersey, Dylan Altman has been writing songs and performing in Nashville for 18+ years. So far Dylan has had a total of three #1 songs: Watch The Wind Blow By (Tim McGraw), Barefoot Blue Jean Night (Jake Owen) and Take A Little Ride (Jason Aldean). He is also an avid supporter for Musicians On Call, an organization that provides live music for patients at area hospitals. He also co-hosts an annual benefit concert for Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation.
Fully seated show with full dinner and bar menu available. Ticket price does not include $20 food and beverage minimum.
After nearly 40 years with its iconic Nashville location as a home base, Bluebird Cafe is launching a series of shows in New York City. The series will take place at the Grand Ole Opry’s first “home away from home,” a four-level entertainment complex in the heart of Times Square – Opry City Stage. With seating for 195, the intimate club on the venue’s fourth floor will feature “in the round” style nights in partnership with Nashville’s famed songwriting haven, the Bluebird Cafe. The space boasts state-of-the-art production capabilities, making it one of New York City’s premiere listening rooms.