Puppy Jam

Puppy Jam

Join us for Puppy Jam after the walk from 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm. Sit back and relax with your pup on the grass and enjoy live acoustic entertainment from local Nashville artists.

Page Mackenzie

Page hails from the beautiful city of Charleston, SC. Her soul and vocal ability flow as deep as her Low-country roots.  Her comprehensive admiration of country artists from past and present have molded her into the artist she is today and has truly influenced her original music.  Her debut, self-titled EP was released in the summer of 2016 where she had the honor of recording at Hybrid Audio Solutions of Charleston, SC.

This three song EP truly put Page on the radar. Page’s song, “Think of You”, was featured on PBS’s hit show, Moveable Feast with Pete Evans.  Her heart-wrenching track, “Stay”, brought a lot of attention to the young artist.  While competing and winning the regional round for Nash Next 2016, “Stay” was played throughout local stations including NASH FM 69.9.  This lead to many opportunities opening up for artists including LANCO, Dylan Scott, The Blue Dogs, Jacob Davis of Black River Entertainment and Corey Smith along with playing at wildly popular venues/events including Music Farm Charleston, The Windjammer, Low Country Live ABC News 4, NASH FM 69.9, Sottile Theatre and much more.

She competed on Fox’s hit reality show, The E-Factor, acquiring a “yes” from all four judges.  This year she was nominated for Country Grind of the year and Country Artist/Band of the Year for the Independent Tone Awards.  Page Mackenzie was recently the winner of 2017 “Battle to the Beach”.  This gave her the opportunity to open and play along side artists such as Kenny Chesney, Lee Brice, Love and Left, Darius Rucker, and Jason Aldean at the Carolina Country Music Festival.

Page is currently working with some of the top song-writers in Nashville and plans to release new music this upcoming year.

Taylor Marie Wagner

Taylor Marie Wagner is a songwriter and performer living in Nashville, Tennessee. She began playing piano in the third grade and started writing songs at the age of fifteen, with her father, and has not been able to break the habit since. She is the 2017 Indie Ville TV Female Artist of the Year. Her debute single “Wish I Missed,” charted at #16 on the iTunes country preorder charts and has over 85,000 streams on Spotify. Wagner also co-wrote Braden Southard’s debute single “You Got My Head Spinning,” which charted at #15 on the iTunes country preorders charts. Wagner was nominated for songwriter of the year at the 2017 WOBA Awards. In 2016 Taylor was a nominee for the Grizzly Rose Best Upcoming Country Artist and finished in the top 5 against country acts such as: Flordia Georgia Line, Sam Hunt, Thomas Rhett an many other talented artist. She also was a cowriter on “Thank You,”  the theme song for the Second Tour Campaign for Americas Veterans. In 2016 Wagner was nominated for Top Determination at the WOBA Awards and Songwriter of the Year at the Nashville Universe Awards. Taylor has opened for Scott Haggard, Ray Scott, Tristan McIntosh, Lucas Hoge, Stephanie Quayle, Audra McLaughlin, Kevin Mac, Billy Lord, Mary Sarah and Adam Wakefield. In an industry that often tests artists beyond their music, Wagner has anchored herself with her faith in Christ. Psalms 37:4 has been a source of inspiration for her, encouraging her to “Delight yourself in the Lord an he will give you the desires of your heart.” Outside of music Taylor enjoys riding horses, hiking, and anything in the great outdoors.
You can find Taylor on Twitter @TMmusic_93 and Instagram @TMMUSIC_93 and Facebook https://www.facebook.com/Taylor-Marie-1387990868090044/

Ben Cesare, frontman of Nashville Country Group, The Ben Cesare Band

Chandler Stephens

In 2015 Chandler wrote a song with Kane Brown and Nate Montgomery. It was a duet Chandler and Kane sang together called ‘Can’t Stop Love’. It was released on Valentines Day in 2016 and debuted at #50 on the iTunes charts. Later that year Chandler released her first single ‘Patchwork Heart’ and the music video premiered on CMT. She released her debut EP ‘This is My Life’ later that year. Now she is writing, performing and has some new music in the works. So stay tuned!

Casey Edgar

Country music has been undoubtedly known for its story telling and when you mix it with a little rock, it creates a whole different edge. From names like Haggard and Cash to Seger and Springsteen music is always evolving, but the roots remain the same. Casey Edgar’s songs tell stories that connect with generations of music fans.

“I think that’s where a lot of my influences come from. My dad and his buddies would sit around and play for hours, we called them Jams. They’d play country, folk, Motown, blues, all kinds of stuff.” With all of these different influences, the songs Casey plays reflect not only who he is as an artist, but where he comes from. That’s why his debut single, “This is My Home” is a true reflection of his past, present and future.

Casey grew up in the small town of Stroud, Oklahoma, nestled off the heart of Route 66. Singing in church was only the beginning of Casey’s musical journey as athletics prevailed through his high school and early college years. After a broken ankle, he took to writing.

“I remember when I caught the writing bug. I was late to practice one day because I lost track of time in the middle of a tune and didn’t know what to tell the coaches. That’s when I knew I was in trouble. I had to make a choice.”

In 2008, Casey moved to Denver looking for a change of scenery. Playing on 16th Street Mall every weekend, Casey began developing his sound and searching for his audience. Three years later, after a vacation to Nashville, Casey decided it was time to move onto the next stage of his career.

“Nashville is a very inspiring place to live and it’s full of energy. It has a way of pushing artists to their full potential. And the hard work still reflects the heritage of country music.”

Currently Casey is working to record his second solo EP with his team and booking shows on the road. You can also catch him in Nashville at Tootsie’s, Rippy’s BBQ,  Honky Tonk Central, or Redneck Riviera on Broadway.