Catch Country Music—And Magic

Scott Rogers, a unique artist who combines country music with street magic and major stage illusions, is bringing his captivating show to Nashville, Feb. 22 and 23.

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Scott, billed as "The First Illusionist of Country Music, " truly has something for everyone. For example, in the middle of a song, he might make someone appear onstage—and then vanish at the end of the tune. Scott will be performing at two Nashville venues, The Second Fiddle and Layla's Bluegrass Inn, both located on Broadway in downtown Music City. On both nights, he'll start at The Second Fiddle at 7 p.m., then head over to the Bluegrass Inn from 9 p.m. until midnight. You'll hear Scott play his new single, "Down in Tennessee," and other tunes—and catch some first–class magic and illusions.

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