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The Bluebird Cafe "In The Round" Songwriters' Concert Series

Join us for an unforgettable weekend at Bishop’s Lodge as the songwriters of your favorite country songs take a seat in the center of our intimate Bunkhouse to play their hits and share the stories behind them. We’ve partnered with Nashville’s legendary listening room, The Bluebird Cafe, to bring six world-renowned songwriters to Santa Fe over two dates. VIP Room Packages include a welcome amenity, two show tickets, pre-show reception with the artists and an after-show dinner.

  • VIP Room Package includes a welcome amenity, two show tickets, pre-show reception with artists and an after-show dinner
  • February 18 & March 18, 2023 | Doors open at 5PM, performances begin at 6PM
  • Venue: The Bunkhouse at Bishop's Lodge
  • For inquiries, contact bl.adventures@aubergeresorts.com | A la carte tickets also available for purchase

Saturday, February 18

Meet the Artists

Deric Ruttan

Deric Ruttan, Grammy-nominated singer/ songwriter of “Mine Would Be You” and #1 hit “Came Here To Forget” recorded by Blake Shelton

Kelly Archer

Kelly Archer, AIMP’s 2017 "Rising Songwriter of The Year" behind the songs "Somebody Else Will" recorded by Justin Moore and “Sleep Without You” recorded by Brett Young

Adam Hambrick

Adam Hambrick, singer-songwriter also behind the song "Somebody Else Will" recorded by Justin Moore, “How Not To” sung by Dan + Shay and well as his own single, “Rockin’ All Night,” which landed on the Billboard Hot Country top 40


Saturday, March 18

Meet the Artists

Kent Blazy

Kent Blazy is one of the newest inductees to the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and co-wrote (with Garth Brooks) “If Tomorrow Never Comes” and also wrote “Baby, Let’s Lay Down and Dance,” both recorded by Garth Brooks

Danny Myrick

Danny Myrick has provided background vocals for numerous hit country artists, including Keith Anderson, Blake Shelton and Montgomery Gentry, and is the songwriter of many hits including ​"She's Country" recorded by Jason Aldean, "Truck Yeah" recorded by Tim McGraw and more

Leslie Satcher

Leslie Satcher has received multiple BMI “Million-Air” awards recognizing a song’s one millionth airplay and is the songwriter of hit songs “When God Fearin’ Women Get The Blues” recorded Martina McBride, "Politically Uncorrect," recorded by Gretchen Wilson and Merle Haggard and more


About The Bluebird Cafe

Nashville’s Bluebird Cafe is a small but mighty venue where up and coming songwriters and artists build their careers and rise to fame. Over the past 40 years, the tiny room has developed into one of the most significant music venues in the world where all songwriters are welcomed and supported, from novice to established hit-makers. Artists such as Kathy Mattea, Garth Brooks, Faith Hill and Taylor Swift have had career moments along with countless hit songwriters whose music is represented on a wide range of charts. A typical show at The Bluebird features three or four songwriters performing ‘In the round,’ a format made famous at the club where the performers take turns playing their original music, sharing the stories behind their songs, accompanying each other instrumentally, and vocally. The venue’s “SHHHH” policy establishes it as a listening room where audience members are encouraged to pay attention to the song itself – and since it accommodates only 90 people per show, the demand is high and the room sells out in minutes.

  • Over 80,000 people visit the venue annually; many of them as a result of seeing the Bluebird on television, in news pieces, The Foo Fighters’ documentary, Sonic Highways, the feature film, The Thing Called Love, or on the ABC hit drama, Nashville. The Bluebird Cafe has been featured in publications such as Southwest Spirit, National Geographic Traveler, The New York Times and Rolling Stone magazine where the club was voted one of the Top 10 Best Clubs in America. Most recently, the venue’s story was featured in the 2019 documentary, BLUEBIRD, available on streaming channels including iTunes and Amazon.

  • All event photography above provided by The Bluebird Cafe

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