Nov. 4th – Muletown in the Round (Wynn Varble/Grace Leer/Matt Warren)

Join us for a special “Muletown in the Round” session with host Wynn Varble and singer-songwriter guests Grace Leer and Matt Warren.
This round we’ve got a new lineup of singer-songwriters at Marcy Jo’s Muletown in Columbia, TN.
Grace Leer won over the hearts of judges and fans everywhere on season 18 of “American Idol” with a show-stopping performance of Patsy Cline, performances of traditional country vocals, and an undeniable stage presence. After college, Leer made her move from California to Nashville in 2015. She collaborated with songwriter, Kyle Clouse, to create a 90’s throw-back country band, “The Grace Leer Band” and successfully released three singles. Whatever the venue, in her backyard performing for 10 million “American Idol” viewers, in a bar, or a professional sports stadium singing the National Anthem, Grace brings authenticity and genuine emotion to the songs that she sings. She possesses a positive outlook and determination to do whatever it takes to fulfill her musical dreams. And, as Luke Bryan complimented her after a tremendous performance, saying “she checks all the boxes.”
Born and raised in Nashville, Matt Warren debuted on the Nashville music scene as an artist in 1996 touring with his band, “40 East” around the southeast. His next endeavor was with the band Papa Joe, in 2001 where they released a debut record, “Storybook Ending,” on Warren’s independent record label, Stonewall Music. In 2002, “Putting Memories Away,” (the first song Matt co-wrote with Gary Allan), was featured on “The Oprah Show.” His songs have been recorded by Jim Lauderdale, Bruce Springsteen, and Gary Allen (a frequent co-writer). In 2009, he won the ASCAP award for the top 10 hit “Learning How to Bend” and in 2013, Matt co-wrote the ASCAP award-winning No. 1 Gary Allen song, “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain).” Matt also co-wrote the lead single for “Robert Randolph & The Family Band’s” 2017 hit single “Love Do What It Do” with Robert Randolph, Chris Gelbuda, and Patrick Davis. The song was considered to be one of the best on this 2018 Grammy-nominated album. Most recently, Warren released his EP, called “Self-titled” and is produced by Tom Bukovac. Currently, he has four songs on the new Gary Allan record “Ruthless” (released June 2021) and is working on new music with his new band “Goodfoot.”
Host Wynn Varble is an American country music musician and songwriter. The self-taught musician picked up the guitar at the age of 15 and relocated to Nashville in 1992 signing with Starstruck Writers Group in 1994 (which later became Warner/Chappell Music). Wynn had his first #1 song “Have You Forgotten” with Darryl Worley in 2003. The song was nominated for SONG OF THE YEAR by the CMA. In 2008, “Waitin’ on a Woman,” which Wynn co-wrote with Don Sampson was nominated by the CMA for SONG OF THE YEAR. His most recent #1, “I’m a Little More CountryThan That” recorded by Easton Corbin, was also nominated by the ACM for SONG OF THE YEAR. Varble has co-written songs that have been cut by a range of country artists including, Garth Brooks, Lee Ann Womack, Brad Paisley, Darryl Worley, Easton Corbin, Kellie Pickler, Montgomery Gentry, Jason Sellers, Gary Allan, Trace Adkins, Clint Daniels, Kevin Denney, Tracy Byrd, The Kinleys, Chris LeDoux, Danni Leigh, Mark Chesnutt, and Sammy Kershaw.
Hope to see you there for another evening of songs, stories, and music.

Doors open at 5:00 PM CT and the show starts at 6:00 PM CT.
Dinner and drinks are not included but are available for purchase alongside a full bar of creative cocktails.


Nov 04 2021


6:00 pm

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Marcy Jo's Muletown
105 E. 6th St. Columbia, TN 38401
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