Since the club first began promoting bluegrass shows in the early 1980s, it has been the unquestioned hot spot for bluegrass fans and artists in and around Nashville. Even mid week shows at the unassuming night spot can find well known bluegrass luminaries on stage, or in the audience.
“I had heard about that place as a kid, and I remember the first time I went — on a Sunday night,” says Alison Krauss. “I was 13, and all the pillars of that community were out that night. It’s the place where everybody wants to go play. I don’t even know how many times we’ve played it as a band, but it was a really big deal to get to play there.”
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Any time you head to Nashville, it’s worth checking The Station Inn calendar and heading over for a nosh and some tunes. You never know who you’ll see!