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Live From Nash House

Published September 30, 2020

"Live From NashHouse" presents two hours of variety of songwriters and performers of original music each week.  Shows are recorded live from Nash House Southern Spoon & Saloon, located within walking distance from the Music City Center, Bridgestone Arena, and the JW Marriott and Cambria hotels.  You can listen to Live from NashHouse every Wednesday from 8-10pm Central on WFMC Jams by clicking the "Listen Live" link at the top of the page!

This week's show features Haleigh Martin and Wesley Davis.  Listen to "Live from Nash House" Wednesdays at 8pm Central on WFMC Jams by clicking the "Listen Live" at the top of the page.


Haleigh Martin is currently pursuing a career as a popular and progressive country music artist and songwriter. Her sound is described as country with a bluesy, soulful twist and a touch of jazz influence. Her personal style is very strong, classy, confident, and inviting. Her long, naturally curly hair (something that took her years to embrace) is now the focus of her images and merchandise. She began writing songs at 12 years old, has been singing for as long as she can remember, and began playing the guitar at age 7. Now, at the age of 23, Haleigh has independently released 3 singles, a self-produced and self-written album called “Manpower”, and has moved to Nashville to continue performing and making music.



Raised around the healing springs of Red Boiling Springs, Tennessee, Wesley cultivated a widespread and eclectic love for music.  Red Boiling Springs was the perfect background for Wesley to grow up in. His parents, who are still married, loved and supported him and his sister. His father was a dedicated southern rock guitarist and by age 9, Wesley was learning chords and developing finger blisters from attempting Ed King (Lynyrd Skynyrd) and Richie Sambora (Bon Jovi) licks.  A couple years later, he started covering songs by some of his favorites like Phillip Phillips and Blake Shelton. He tried his hand at writing at 14, and his parents encouraged him to pursue music and drove him around to gigs at local hotels and talent shows in Red Boiling Springs. He had caught the bug.


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About Nash House Southern Spoon & Saloon:

From the moment you walk into NashHouse Southern Spoon and Saloon, you’ll feel the comfortable atmosphere we’ve created to provide you with a casual, entertaining dining experience.

Reclaimed windows and wood, hand-painted murals, and steam punk lighting all contribute to our “countrypolitan” environment, and it’s all here to make you feel at home.
“Our Goal is to capture the fun and excitement of dining in downtown Nashville, with the high quality and creativity that will please local diners, too,” says proprietor and long-time Nashville restauranteur Kelly Black. “After nearly twenty years as local operators, we’ve culminated the best menu creations and hospitality practices to make NashHouse our ‘greatest hits’ establishment.”
Stop by today for our new south cuisine, to grab a bite and a beverage after the concert or game, or simply to unwind with one of our signature cocktails after a long day at the office. Feel free to challenge your friends to a game on our vintage Elvis Presley pinball machine.
We’ve gone to great lengths and spared no expense when it comes to entertainment at NashHouse. Our state-of-the-art audio system is designed to provide maximum enjoyment of our nightly live music. Our seventeen-foot, high definition video wall makes us the premiere destination for you and your friends to catch all the Predators and Titans games!
We’re conveniently located within walking distance from our neighbors at the Music City Center, Bridgestone Arena, and the JW Marriott and Cambria hotels. Avoid the stress of Nashville parking when you enjoy our complimentary two-hour valet parking, too!
Last modified on Monday, 28 September 2020 01:04


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