Jameson Peach Jam features Pat Alger, Tony Arata, Jon Langston, Trea Landon and Cole Taylor, plus very special guests, at the George Jones Rooftop Bar in Nashville on Tues. March 21. Join us for an evening of Georgia hitmakers, surprise appearances and Jameson drink specials, all while enjoying amazing views from The George. Tickets are $10 and proceeds benefit the Georgia Music Foundation.
Pat Alger and Tony Arata have certainly made their marks on Nashville since arriving from Georgia three decades ago. Among Alger's many chart-toppers are Garth Brooks' "Unanswered Prayers" and "The Thunder Rolls," while Arata penned Brooks' smash hit "The Dance," "Here I Am" for Patty Loveless and many more. Joining the two Nashville Songwriters Hall of Famers are Georgia natives Cole Taylor, who had two No. 1 hits last year with Luke Bryan's "Home Alone Tonight" and Florida Georgia Line's "Sippin' on Fire"; Jon Langston, whose songs like "Forever Girl" and "She's So Georgia" have helped spark his wildfire fan base; and Trea Landon, who was one of the first artists signed to Dallas Davidson's Play It Again Publishing.
The “Jameson Peach Jam” is the official kick-off for the “Fourth Annual Jameson Irish Whiskey Presents Georgia On My Mind” benefit concert hosted by the Peach Pickers and featuring special guests on Tuesday, May 16 at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville. “Adding a second night of Georgia-bred music in Nashville was a direct result of the popularity and success of ‘Georgia On My Mind,’” said Dallas Davidson, a member of the Peach Pickers and chair of the Georgia Music Foundation. “There’s so much homegrown talent in Georgia that our Ryman show could go all night, but instead we are partnering with our friends at Jameson to create a second event spotlighting Peach State songwriters and one of Jameson’s emerging artists.”
The George Jones Rooftop Bar celebrates the legacy of its namesake through live music every day, great food, and a rooftop bar with one of the best views of Nashville. The state-of-the-art museum gives visitors a rare glimpse into the personal and professional life of county music icon, George Jones.