Karleen Watt's Anniversary Show: In The Round with Karleen Watt and Friends
The Bluebird Cafe
Thu, Jan 30 6:00 pm

Karleen Watt wrote her first song at age 7. Joan Baez showed her first guitar chords. So, it was no surprise when, in 2002, she made the move to Music City. Hailing from Amelia Island, Florida, Karleen has collaborated with some of the biggest names in songwriting (Randy Houser, Anthony Smith, Josh Thompson, Jaron Boyer to name a few) and has over 50 cuts, singles and film placements. In 2016, her song “Forgotten How to Cry”, co-written with and recorded by Lockwood Barr received Music Row Magazine’s DISCovery Award. Karleen’s songs can be heard in venues all over Nashville, including the famed Bluebird Cafe (where she is a crowd and staff favorite) and most recently The Grand Ole Opry where she performed with Charles Esten from ABC/CMT’s hit TV show “Nashville”.
Grand Ole Opry House
Tue, Feb 18 7:00 pm
War Memorial Auditorium
Tue, Feb 18 7:30 pm
Ryman Auditorium
Wed, Feb 19 7:30 pm
3rd and Lindsley
Wed, Feb 19 8:00 pm
The Listening Room Cafe
Wed, Feb 19 8:30 pm
Columbia State Community College
Thu, Feb 20 7:00 pm
Grand Ole Opry House
Fri, Feb 21 7:00 pm
The Franklin Theatre
Fri, Feb 21 8:00 pm
Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum
Sat, Feb 22 11:30 am