WHAT: Join Acme and The Wrangler Network for Acme Unplugged: a unique night of live music from Nashville’s finest singers and songwriters, hosted by Acme Feed & Seed and streamed online at WranglerNetwork.com, as well as on Acme Radio via AcmeRadioLive.com. February’s Acme Unplugged will feature Kree Harrison, with opener Ryan Beaver.
TICKETS: Tickets are $10/per person and can be purchased in advance online here: theacmenashville.com/calendar, at the Acme Farm Store, or at the door. All ages are welcome.
Kree Harrison was born and raised in Woodville, Texas, and began singing in her church at age three. Over the next several years, Harrison sang for churches, rodeos, weddings and competitions. At ten, Harrison scored a development deal with Lyric Street Records, and moved with her family from Woodville to Nashville. Harrison eventually began to write her own songs and often found herself in writing sessions with Nashville’s hit writers. She performed across local venues in Nashville such as the legendary Bluebird Cafe, as well as BMI showcases in Florida, such as the Key West Songwriters Festival and the Sandestin Music Festival. She also sang backup vocals on Kacey Musgraves’ album, “Same Trailer Different Park” and on Eli Young Band’s album, “Life at Best.” In 2013, Harrison finished as the runner up on Season 12 of American Idol. Currently, Harrison works with Plaid Flag Music and released her album, “This Old Thing” in 2016.
Ryan Beaver, one of Rolling Stone’s recent 10 Country Artists You Need to Know, came to Nashville from a small town in Texas, with a stop in Austin along the way. Ryan’s insightful compositions and expressive voice honor his deep country roots, while still incorporating his lifelong love for rock ‘n’ roll. Ryan began writing music at an early age, and began performing at local venues in Emory, Texas at age 17. After spending some time immersed in Austin’s music scene, Ryan relocated to Nashville where he has found his music home. During his career, Ryan has toured with Lee Ann Womak as an opening act, and has received acclaim from country stars such as Miranda Lambert, Ashley Monroe, Maren Morris and Kacey Musgraves.