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Midland Toasts First Career #1 with "Drinkin' Problem"

Oct 12, 2017

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NASHVILLE, TN (October 12, 2017) – Nashville came out strong yesterday (10/11) to celebrate Midland’s first career No. 1 for their certified-GOLD debut single “Drinkin’ Problem” at the Sutler Saloon. Midland co-wrote Country Music’s definitive drinking tune of 2017 with hit tunesmiths Shane McAnally (GMR) and Josh Osborne (ASCAP) and recorded alongside esteemed producer, Dann Huff. The feat marked Osborne’s 14th no. 1 and McAnally’s 25th ascend during the celebration hosted by ASCAP and BMI.

Midland follows the chart-topper with their new optimistic tune, “Make A Little” from their critically-acclaimed debut album on Big Machine Records. Touted as “the year’s best Country album” by The Washington Post, ON THE ROCKS earned the No. 1 position on Billboard’s Top Country Album Sales chart.

Fans can catch Midland this weekend at Austin City Limits Music Festival and out with Jon Pardi on CMT On Tour this fall. In early 2018, the trio will take the stage with Little Big Town and Kasey Musgraves. For more information about new music and a full list of upcoming tour dates, visit MidlandOfficial.com.

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Jake Owen and Writers Celebrate 'American Country Love Song'

Sep 5, 2017

Exactly one year after topping the charts, Music Row, friends and family assembled at The Sutler Saloon in Nashville on Tuesday (Sept. 5) to celebrate Jake Owen's sixth No. 1 single "American Country Love Song."

Written by BMI's Ross Copperman and ASCAP's Ashley Gorley and Jaren Johnston, the close friends - who cumulatively boast over 50 No. 1 hits - shared many laughs as they rejoiced in their second shared chart topping hit.

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Best Brunch Spots In Nashville

Jul 5, 2017

Read the full article from Nashville Guru here.


Nashville has become a city full of culinary talent providing locals with amazing restaurants. While dinner often steals the spotlight, we are highlighting the BestNashville Brunch Spots! We define the best brunch spots based on menus, originality, and atmosphere. All of the following restaurants are locally owned and operated.

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  • Neighborhood: Melrose
  • Brunch Days & Times: Saturday & Sunday: 10:00am – 3:00pm
  • What to Order: Sweet Potato Pancakes
  • Good to Know: It’s Bluegrass Brunch! Bottomless Mimosas are $15.

View The Sutler’s Brunch Menu

Lauren Alaina and Writers Celebrate ‘Road Less Traveled’

Jun 14, 2017

Friends, family and fans of Lauren Alaina packed the Sutler May 24 in a “number onesie” celebration for BMI singer-songwriter Lauren Alaina and the co-writers of her #1 hit “Road Less Traveled.” Written with BMI writer Jesse Frasure and writer Meghan Trainor, the song hit #1 last month. “Road Less Traveled” is also the title track of an upcoming movie starring Lauren and featuring six original songs written and performed by the rising star.

Read the full article here.

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Michael Ray and Writers Celebrate ‘Think A Little Less’

Jun 14, 2017

The Sutler Saloon saw a crowd of friends, family, and industry executives converge on June 13 in celebration of “Think A Little Less,” which recently soared to number one on the country charts. Written by BMI talents Thomas Rhett and Barry Dean with writers Jimmy Robbins and Jon Nite, the song is the second number one for Warner Music Nashville artist Michael Ray. Fresh off the heels of his moving performance at CMA Fest with Randy Travis, Ray has a new music coming soon and a summer full of tour dates across the country. Congratulations to the country music stars!Read the full article here.

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10 Places to Eat Catfish in Nashville

Jun 2, 2017

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I’m not a superstitious person, but with the Predators trailing the Penguins 0-2 in the Stanley Cup Final, I’m willing to think outside the box.

The city rallied behind Jacob Waddell after he was ejected from PPG Paints Arena during Game 1 on Monday for launching a 4-pound catfish onto the ice. Now maybe it’s time to focus our attention on consuming the Southern delicacy.

From high-end restaurants to sports bars and food trucks, it’s pretty easy to get your catfish fix in Nashville. If nothing else, at least it gets us in the spirit to rally from behind and take home the Cup.

The Sutler
For a Nashville take on catfish, try The Sutler’s hot catfish tacos with kale peanut slaw and comeback sauce for $10. Location: 2600 8th Ave. S.

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Where to Get the Best 'Catfish' in Nashville

Jun 1, 2017

Twitter user lvallana posted a picture last week from an establishment in Pittsburgh selling whole fresh catfish, but not to Preds fans. I guess they are just not amused by the ritual of Preds fans of smuggling whole catfish into games and tossing them onto the ice.

Bless their hearts.

Are we supposed to be offended? We don’t want their yankee catfish anyway. A real fan would carry a cooler of catfish as far as necessary (and he did). Keep your catfish, Pittsburgh. Though one has to wonder if they even know what to do with it ...

Anyway, here in Nashville, we're happy to sell catfish to anyone and everyone, regardless of provenance. But the best thing to do is buy it already cornmeal battered and fried from a local restaurant. Here are a few to try for anyone visiting Nashville, whether it’s for The Stanley Cup, CMA Music Fest, or Bonnaroo.

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Knock out two musts on your Nashville experience by getting Nashville hot catfish.

The Sutler in Melrose offers hot catfish with a twist: hot catfish tacos served with comeback sauce, which could be Mississippi’s greatest contribution to the culinary world.

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Best Brunch Spots In Nashville

May 24, 2017

Nashville has become a city full of culinary talent providing locals with amazing restaurants. While dinner often steals the spotlight, we are highlighting the Best Nashville Brunch Spots! We define the best brunch spots based on menus, originality, and atmosphere. All of the following restaurants are locally owned and operated!

When: Saturday & Sunday (10:00am to 3:00pm)

Drink Specials: Bottomless Mimosas for $15

What to Order: Chicken Fried Chicken Biscuits

Read the full article on Nashville Guru.

The 10 Best Places in Nashville to See Live Music

Apr 10, 2017

You've heard the old cliché: Nashville is more than just country music.

But today more than ever, that’s really true.If you tune out at the sound of the Grand Ole Opry but still like to get in the groove, the opportunities to see live music that’s a little less country are endless.

The Sutler

The Sutler

The Sutler is home to Bluegrass Brunch every Saturday and Sunday, but this revived saloon in the Melrose area features entertainment from musical genres across the board.

Case in point: On weekends, DJ Foldy holds late-night dance parties, where he spins new favorites and old classics in hip-hop and house music.

Thursdays: It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday: #TBT is a nostalgia trip back to the 90s with a mix of hip-hop, pop, rock and more — anything from Boyz II Men to Metallica.

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