December 6, 2019 Contact: Jennifer Vessio
NEW DOCUMENTARY OUTLINES THE HISTORY OF THE TINY,
ICONIC NASHVILLE MUSIC CLUB THAT CONTINUES TO
SUPPORT CREATORS AND MAKE HISTORY
NASHVILLE – The first-ever feature documentary about Nashville’s landmark performance space, The Bluebird Cafe, is now available for digital purchase or rental. At 83 minutes, the film explores how an unassuming cafe in a strip mall grew to be one of the most influential “first-steps” in many well-known artist’s and songwriter’s careers.
Reflecting the past and present of this unassuming landmark that has altered the course of music history, the film features unforgettable performances by artists and songwriters who got their start at the iconic venue including Taylor Swift, Garth Brooks, Maren Morris, Vince Gill, Jason Isbell and many more.
BLUEBIRD celebrated completion with a world premiere at SXSW in March, Nashville premiere at Nashville Film Festival in October and a theatrical release in select cities in November. It is now available on the following platforms:
Not only is the documentary available on iTunes (https://geni.us/Bluebird), but fans can listen to the soundtrack, companion playlist and songbooks from the hit songwriters in the movie by clicking the link below, thanks to the team at Apple Music!
About The Bluebird Cafe
From its inception, The Bluebird Cafe has been anything but ordinary. It’s where megastars like Garth Brooks, Faith Hill and Taylor Swift got their break, where legendary songs are born and tested and where emerging singer-songwriters continue to flock for a chance to perform their original material in the hope of building their careers. But this unassuming venue, situated far from the downtown honky-tonks, faces an uncertain future as the accelerated growth of the “IT” city takes its toll on many original businesses.
Updates and info can be found at bluebirdthemovie.com