East Nash Grass

Join one of Nashville’s best Bluegrass bands every Monday at Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge. $5 and proof of Vax at the Door. **Masks required indoors while standing and moving about the bar.

Madison Guild Hosted by Austin Stambaugh

Join Austin Stambaugh as he hosts Madison Guild with special guests Joe Wonderle and Ivan Macleod.

Sre to be a great night of original music and some choice favorites.
$5 at the door

Billy Contreras Trio with special guest Mike Seal

Nashville fiddle legend Billy Contreras is joined by drummer Justin Amaral and bassist Geoff Saunders for a powerhouse trio that turns Jazz on its head like only Nashvillians can! On the 24th Billy will be joined by special guest Mike Seal who has performed with The Jerry Douglas Band, Sierra Hull, Bob Lanzetti, Jeff Sipe Trio, Sarah Siskind, The Jeff Coffin Mu-tet, Ike Stubblefield, Yonrico Scott, Keith L. Brown, Taylor Lee, The Black Lillies, and Robinella.
$5 at the door

Wade Sapp – Full Band – Dee’s Residency May 2022

Join Wade Sapp and band at Dee’s Country Cocktail Lounge every Wednesday in May at 8:00 pm. There’ll be special surprise guests each week and a whole lotta country music!
Laur Joamets – Lead Guitar
Alex Lyon – Bass
Bradford Dobbs – Drums
Brett Resnick – Pedal Steel (5/4 & 5/25)
Whit Wright – Pedal Steel (5/11 & 5/18)
Wade Sapp – Acoustic and Vocals

Aoife Scott (Straight from Ireland!) With Ron Block

We are excited to welcome world renowned Irish folk singer Aoife Scott to Dee’s for her Nashville debut With Special Guest Ron Block!
$5 at the door. Read more below!

Award winning Irish songwriter Aoife Scott will be joined by Ron Block (Alison Krauss & Union Station, & ‘Oh Brother Where art thou) and Irish guitarist and songwriter Andy Meaney for two nights only.

A friendship struck up while walking around the streets to various music venues of Dublin, Ireland led to Aoife Scott and Ron Block create a musical kinship that led to Ron not only producing Aoife’s last Album, but writing and performing on the record and a chance to tour around in Ireland and the UK in concert together. Finally, now it has come full circle as Aoife Scott returns to where the tracks were laid down with a pandemic between to disrupt her last album tour, the trio eventually get the chance to reunite in Nashville to perform two intimate shows.

Earlier this year, back home in Ireland, a highlight of this year’s Tradfest Temple Bar Festival, Aoife Scott curated Women of Note and shared the stage with the legendary folk singer Peggy Seeger, Wallis Bird, Activist Trisha Rielly and Fiddler Lucia MacPartlin.

While also laying claim as One of Ireland’s best Folk Artists second only to the legendary Christy Moore and up there with Lankum as voted by the readers of HOTPRESS music magazine 2021.

Aoife Scott released her much anticipated second album “Homebird” in January at the Temple Bar Trad Festival 2020 Produced by 12 time Grammy Award winner, banjo and guitar virtuoso Ron Block (Alison Krauss & Union Station, & ‘Oh Brother Where art thou), this latest album was recorded in Nashville and Dublin, “HomeBird” is an impressive collaboration featuring the best of Irish folk musicians and Grammy award winning Bluegrass musicians Sierra Hull, Stuart Duncan and producer Ron Block. It is in many ways a turning point in her musical legacy.

Griffin McMahon Full Band Show

Griffin McMahon brings his full band to Dee’s for a rocking night of piano driven originals and classics.
$5 at the door.

Annie Sellick & The One Sixty-Nine at Dee’s Lounge

New Orleans Funk / Southern Rock Band with Lead Vocalist and bassist Annie Sellick. Our own funky twist on covers by The Meters, Allman Brothers, The Band, The Beatles, Smokey Robinson with a peppering of originals with a highly entertaining presentation. Guitarists Ashley Stephenson and Matt Cheek and drummer Tim Quinn. Don’t plan to take yourself too seriously. We LOVE Dee’s!!! Join us.

Wolf Twin (Heather Gillis)

Wolf Twin is the latest project from Heather Gillis, a Nashville-based guitarist and singer/songwriter whose roots cover Southeast Blues, traditional American music, and the jam band community. Gillis uses Wolf Twin as a canvas to put her personal spin on these genres, fusing the bluesy energy of her previous work with elements of rock, indie, and pop and creating a musical style that is fresh and innovative, yet recognizable to new listeners.

$5 At the door. If you like Heather’s music, DEFINITELY be here at 7pm for the early show with Annie Sellick & the 169 Band!