Bluebird Cafe's upcoming documentary features a colorful depiction of its history featuring a long list of beloved country singers.
Widely recognized as a favorite night spot by celebrities in Nashville, the cafe now celebrates its 35th anniversary. It first opened its doors to serve the neighborhood of Nashville’s Green Hills on June 4, 1982. It was a Friday then, and the cafe’s first visitors were welcomed into the cozy 90-seat dining place. During the first night of Bluebird’s opening, bottles of champagne were given away, despite still having days away from acquiring their official liquor license. Now catering to thousands of visitors from all over the globe, the cafe is now a huge contributor to helping new talents launch their career. It can be recalled that during its early days, long-time Crystal Gayle band member and saxophonist Jay Patten performed on the cafe’s stage until 2 a.m., and the showcasing of several other aspiring songwriters and budding artists like Taylor Swift soon followed and graced the historical stage . . . . Read More