Jeffrey Steele to Rock Carriage House

Jeffrey Steele will headline the next installment of the popular Carriage House Music Series at the Belle Meade Plantation in Nashville, Wednesday, Oct. 15.

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Tickets are still available for this unique evening of entertainment, which features a social hour, dinner catered by the famed Loveless Café and the concert. Doors open at 6 p.m. Jeffrey has written such hits as Rascal Flatts’ “What Hurts the Most,” “The Cowboy in Me” by Tim McGraw and many others, and was also a judge on the past season of Nashville Star. He’ll take the stage backed by a full band. “I don’t get to play a songwriter show with my band often,” says Jeffrey, “so I’m really excited to cut loose.” To purchase tickets, call (615) 356-0501, ext. 27, or visit bellemeadeplantation.com.

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