Twice a year, the historic Belle Meade Mansion is host to the Carriage House Music Series. In years past, the Carriage House Music Series are normally held bi-annually, once in the fall and once in the spring months.
One would think that this event held at the 30-acre historic antebellum home wouldn't have much in common, in the way of music, with the likes of Music Row's Hitman, Jeffrey Steele.
I mean that it's not everyday that you see a Music Row Musician rocking the limestone columns of an 1853 Greek Revival home.
Well then there's no doubt that one would be surprised, just as I was with this unlikely, if not down-right odd mixture of music & history. The blending of the very diverse crowd was amazing and ranged from country music fans wearing jeans to some of the trendier country club folks dressed in typical black fashion.
As is normal for any Jeffrey Steele performance, the crowd would stay on their feet for most of the night. Guests were invited to a social hour that included drinks as well as food from the infamous and oh so good, Loveless Cafe. Other performers for the night also included Quinn Loggins and Brent Anderson.
The Carriage House Music Series is fast becoming one of Nashville's best local insider events to attend and especially since it benefits and helps fund the Belle Meade Plantation's preservation and educational outreach programs.
Good Music, Good Food, and a Great Cause- what more is there? Hmmm, well we think that getting tickets to the Carriage House Music Spring Event would do.