Wrangler Network to Live Stream March “Acme Unplugged” Songwriter Series

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WHO: The Wrangler Network, a mobile and online destination for fans interested in content pertaining to the western, rodeo, and country music lifestyle, and Nashville’s favorite bar, restaurant and music venue, Acme Feed & Seed.

WHAT: The third installment of the “Acme Unplugged” Songwriter Series, presented by Wrangler and live streamed on, will feature musician Chance McCoy of the Grammy award-winning band Old Crow Medicine Show along with performances by songwriters Andrew Combs and JP Harris. Individual bios of each artist can be found further below.

WHEN/WHERE: Monday, March 28, at The Hatchery at Acme and online at beginning at 7 p.m. CT. Tickets are $10 and can be purchased in advance here or at the door.


· 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. As 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.”

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 ​broadcast​ing​ 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.