TRICK PONY TO RECORD LAST ALBUM—FANS INVITED

Trick Pony will record their last album in live performances at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon, Wednesday, Dec. 13—and fans are invited to attend.

There will be three shows, beginning at 5 p.m., 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. Admission is $10 and tickets are available at the door. The band, made up of Heidi Newfield, Keith Burns and Ira Dean, has announced that it is breaking up as Heidi pursues a solo career. “Wednesday will be a very special and sentimental night,” says Heidi. “One, the Wildhorse stage is where we got started 10 years ago. Secondly, it’s where we got our record deal, and now it’s where we’ll play our last show together. Come join us!” Trick Pony scored such hits as “Pour Me” and “On a Night Like This” during their career. Fans can call the Wildhorse Saloon at (615) 902-8200 for additional details on the Dec. 13 shows.

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