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Kirk Fletcher + Yates McKendree

Concerts & Music
July 20, 2023 to July 20, 2023
7:30 PM - 7:30 PM
3rd & Lindsley Bar & Grill, 818 3rd Avenue South, Nashville, Tennessee, United States, 37210

About This Event

Kirk Fletcher plugs in his guitar and lets out the weight of the world. With every string bend and sustained vocal, the Los Angeles-born and Nashville-based singer, guitarist, and producer summons the spirit of classic Blues spun with his own fresh fire.Its why hes been tapped to complement everyone from Joe Bonamassa to The Fabulous Thunderbirds on stage or in the studio. Its why hes received several nominations for the Blues Music Award. Its why hes covered Living Blues Magazine and incited the applause of Guitar World, Guitar Player, Guitar and more. Its why hes amassed a beloved solo discography streamed millions of times.Born and raised in Bellflower, CA, he built a foundation for the Blues in the Compton church where his father served as pastor. Inspired by his older brother Walter (seventeen years Kirks senior), he cut his teeth in front of the congregation, playing guitar regularly in the church until his early twenties. He eventually wound up touring as a guitarist in Kim Wilsons Blues Revue and recording on Wilsons Smokin Joint [2001], which garnered a GRAMMY Award nomination.--------------------------Born in Nashville and raised in a recording studio, multi-instrumentalist Yates McKendree grew up hearing and playing with many great musicians. Self taught from the age 3, music came to him naturally. Although just 21 years old, his experience as a professional musician goes back 10+ years. That early experience includes playing regularly in some of Nashvilles most notable venues (The Bluebird Cafe, The Ryman Auditorium, 3rd & Lindsley). It also includes North American and European tours and multiple appearances on national television (Imus In The Morning, CBS Mornings).​​During Yatess high school years, he played on and engineered many recording projects; most notably for Delbert McClinton and John Hiatt, who told Rolling Stone Magazine, Yates was our secret ingredient. In January 2020, Yates earned a Grammy Award for his role as an engineer and a musician