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Leslie Satcher is a great songwriter who plays at the Bluebird Cafe in Nashville a lot (as well as lots of other local hot spots).
Following are some photographs of Leslie Satcher singing “in-the-round” at the Bluebird.
These photos were taken on this night at the Bluebird.
We’ve seen her a handful of other times too, but we didn’t have our camera on us during those times. (I know, shocker. We rarely leave home without a digital camera in hand!)
This night at the Bluebird was stacked with powerful chic singers (…and Vince Gill). Left to Right: Leslie Satcher, Ashley Cleveland, (Amy Grant and Vince Gill not shown), and Lari White on keyboards.
Leslie Satcher: Back By Popular Demand
Leslie Satcher has been at the Bluebird on many of the nights we’ve been there. According to her bio: “It was an audition at the legendary Bluebird Cafe that launched Satchre onto the Nashville singer-songwriters’ club circuit, where not just her voice but her songs began to attract attention.”
Leslie Gives God-Fearing Women The Blues
Among others, Leslie wrote the song “When God-Fearing Women Get The Blues” by Martina McBride. She also co-writes a lot of her songs with Vince Gill.
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