Acme Feed & Seed Announces the March Acme Unplugged, Presented by Wrangler Network Logo PNGAcme logo

WHAT: Join us and The Wrangler Network, for Acme Unplugged; a unique, monthly night of music from some of Nashville’s finest songwriters at The Hatchery and live streamed on March’s Acme Unplugged is curated by Chance McCoy, who plays various instruments in the Grammy award-winning band Old Crow Medicine Show. The round will feature performances by Chance, as well as songwriters Andrew Combs and JP Harris.

WHEN/WHERE: Monday, March 28th, at The Hatchery at Acme and online at beginning at 7 p.m. CT.; Doors at 6 p.m., show at 7 p.m.

Acme Unplugged March

WHO: The Wrangler Network is a mobile, and online destination for fans interested in content pertaining to western, rodeo, and country music lifestyle.

Chance McCoy: A West Virginia native, Chance McCoy is an indie folk musician deeply rooted in traditional Appalachian and southern music. He has worked and collaborated on tracks in a diverse range of genres, from swing to electronica. An award-winning singer and songwriter, Chance has toured the U.S. and internationally, and currently performs with the band Old Crow Medicine Show.

Andrew Combs: Hailing from Dallas, Texas, Andrew Combs is a singer/songwriter who performs music he uniquely describes as “country soul.” He has supported both Caitlin Rose and Shovels & Rope on their national tours, while also having the honor of performing at The Newport Folk Festival in 2013.

JP Harris: Born in Montgomery, Alabama, JP Harris plays country music. Not roots. Not Americana. Just the music that has inspired a countless spin-off of genres. He has received accolades such as “The Best Country Album of 2012” from Nashville Scene, Rolling Stone’s 2014 “Country Tours Not To Miss,” as well “21 Must-see Country Acts of SXSW 2015.”

TICKETS: Tickets are $10/pp and can be purchased in advance, or at the door.

About Acme Feed & Seed
Acme Feed & Seed, Nashville’s iconic, century-old building, located in the heart of downtown, provides locals and visitors an original experience while honoring the much-loved character of Lower Broadway. A bustling lunch spot during the day, the first floor transforms into a “funky-tonk” at night, featuring rotating live music of Nashville’s diverse musical landscape where every genre is represented. The first floor also plays home to the Acme Farm Store, offering locally-made artisanal gifts and sundry goods, as well as Acme Radio, an internet radio station providing an unfiltered voice of Music City and broadcasting live shows and unique programming via The second floor features a lounge with seasonally-inspired handcrafted cocktails, a menu of easily-shareable dishes and Acme’s sushi bar. The third floor encompasses The Hatchery, the largest one-level private event and music venue on Lower Broadway. On Acme’s rooftop terrace, guests can enjoy an open-air bar with 360 degree views overlooking the neon lights of Broadway, fireworks of Nissan Stadium and stunning views of the Cumberland River.