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The ConSoulers made their debut in May 2009 and this Nashville, TN. based band has been collecting fans from all over ever since. Their first EP featuring original tunes is available at the shows and in their store! The ConSoulers are:
Don Barrett – Bass & Vocals – Born in Jackson, Mississippi, Don Barrett began his recording career at the age of 19 as one of the founding members of the Malaco Records rhythm section.
As a session bassist for Malaco, Don recorded with a long list of legendary R&B and Blues artists including Dorothy Moore (Misty Blue), King Floyd (Groove Me) and Anita Ward (Ring My Bell).
Steve Williams – Keyboards & Vocals – St. Louis native, Williams, moved to Nashville in ’95, and toured with Kenny Chesney, Tanya Tucker, and many more but his true passion is writing.
Steve celebrated the success of his first #1 hit song with the smash, “REDNECK YACHT CLUB” (recorded by Craig Morgan ) which crossed over into the pop charts and became one of the most downloaded songs of 2005. ASCAP called the song, “The summer song of 2005.” His song, “Where Have I Been All My Life”, recorded by George Strait, on his 2009 release “Twang”, has been heralded as Strait’s most poignant song to date. “I GET TO” rose to the #1 spot on the Christian Music charts. “A Father’s Love (The Only Way He Knew How) was a top 30 hit as well.
Tim Buppert – Drums & Vocals – Since the move to Nashville in 1991, Tim has not only become a successful songwriter, he has also become one of Nashville’s most sought after singers. In addition to singing demos for every writer in town, he has sung on albums for: Trisha Yearwood, Michael Peterson, Paul Brandt, Anita Cochran, Kevin Sharp and Meredith Edwards, to name a few, and on jingles for popular brands Pepsi, Luvs, TNN and many more. Tim also plays drums and sings with “FAB”, a Beatles Tribute Band in Nashville, TN.
John Foster – Guitar & Vocals – John Foster must have worn out a few radios in his early years. From his intimate familiarity with so many diverse styles of music, he couldn’t have let the dial rest for long on any one station. This is not to slight his authenticity in any one genre; it’s more a measure of his sincere fascination with all the great music of the last five decades. Some artists claim to have been influenced by a broad band of benchmark artists, past to present, but every time john picks up a guitar or opens his mouth to sing, the proof comes out. John hails from Oklahoma City, the heart of a state steeped in a rich musical tradition, a place immortalized in song by musical greats as diverse as Woody Guthrie, Bruce Springsteen, and Rogers and Hammerstein.
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Doors at 6pm
The parking in the Business Center lots and the street parking remains free. The two upper lots, on the corner of 3rd and Ash were leased to continue to provide parking , and at a reasonable rate. There will be a $5 parking fee in these two lot’s as needed. The Lot directly across the street from the Venue has changed owners and they are going to a pay to park system. Alley parking is allowed, but please don’t park in front of any business doors or entrances, as it disrupts their business and vehicles can be towed accordingly.