Last night we hosted a private virtual event live from the iconic Bluebird Cafe in Nashville with our Client Co-Hosts, Shep & Ian Murray (co-founders and CEOs of vineyard vines) – and it was fantastic.

For those not familiar, The Bluebird Cafe is an iconic 90-seat venue outside of downtown Nashville that has gained worldwide recognition as a unique place where songwriters perform the songs they’ve written for chart-topping artists – and tell the stories behind how the songs came to be.   Taylor Swift,  Garth Brooks, and Faith Hill were all discovered at the Bluebird and it was recently one of the three featured live venues for the ACM awards.

Last night, attendees were treated to hits from three of Nashville’s leading songwriters Marv Green, Leslie Satcher, and Mark Irwin who sang and told stories about songs including “Highway Don’t Care” (Tim McGraw/Taylor Swift/Keith Urban), “Creepin” (Eric Church), “Shotgun Rider” (Tim McGraw), “Rock with Your Love” (Vince Gill), “Troubadour” (George Strait), and “Neon Light” (Blake Shelton).  An amazing evening at the Bluebird…

Prior to the main event, Listrak CEO Ross Kramer spent a few minutes talking with client co-hosts Shep & Ian Murray, co-founders and CEOs of vineyard vines, about their story, how they have handled challenges this year, and their personal connection to country music.  You can watch the full interview here.

Thank you to those that were able to join us and a special thanks to Shep and Ian Murray.  Can’t wait to get back to Nashville and do another night in-person…

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