Un Bound Arts Presents: East Side Storytellin' At Riverwood Mansion

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Un Bound Arts Presents: East Side Storytellin' At Riverwood Mansion

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Seating is limited. A reservation by ticket purchase is required. A very special limited run of the popular series begins the first and third Tuesday's in January through March of 2015. UnBound Arts has partnered with East Side Story to present East Side Storytellin' like never before at Riverwood Mansion. Chuck Beard of East Side Story hosts local authors reading from original prose, a featured Nashville musician plays original songs which is followed by all of the the artists talking candidly about their creative process and ties with Nashville. Nashville chef Debbie Sutton of 8 Lavender Lane Catering and Event Planning will be creating a special meal inspired by each evening's stories. The evenings promise a chance to learn more about the literary, musical, and culinary arts of Nashville as it comes together in an extraordinary way in an unforgettable location. Doors at 6:30pm Dinner Presentation at 7pm Dinner Served 7:15 sharp Reading: Ariel Lawhon Ariel Lawhon is co-founder of the popular online book club, She Reads, a novelist, blogger, and life-long reader. She lives in the rolling hills outside Nashville, Tennessee with her husband and four young sons (aka The Wild Rumpus). Her novel, THE WIFE THE MAID AND THE MISTRESS, will be published in January 2014 by Doubleday. Ariel believes that Story is the shortest distance to the human heart. Music: Korby Lenker An abbreviated list of Lenker's achievements so far includes: a significant amount of airplay on the legendary Seattle indie rock station KEXP; a BBC 2 interview with Bob Harris, which is only about the highest honor a rootsy singer-songwriter touring the U.K. can get; opening slots for acts ranging from Willie Nelson to Ray LaMontagne, Nickel Creek, Keith Urban, Susan Tedeschi and Tristan Prettyman; a successful run with one of the hottest young West Coast bluegrass bands of the aughts; and wins in the Merlefest folk songwriting contest as well as the Kerrville Folk Festival's elite New Folk songwriting competition. Complimentary beverages served. For more information contact: chuck@eastsidestorytn.com or unboundartsnashville@gmail.com.

By: Unbound Arts

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