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Grammy-nominated hit singer/songwriter Brady Seals from Little Texas (God Blessed Texas, Kick a Little, My Love, What Might Have Been and Amy’s Back in Austin) and award-winning songwriter/producer Gordon Kennedy (Change The World by Eric Clapton) is kicking off a new weekly concert series, Music City Pickers LIVE!

This weekly singer/songwriter show will be held at The Factory at Franklin (230 Franklin Road/Franklin, TN) at The Little Brick Theater and will consist of hit writers, prominent artists and guitar pickers. Tickets are on sale now. The opening night will be Thursday, November 3, 2016 with two shows (6-7:30pm CST and 8:30-10pm CST), followed by a special performance on Tuesday, November 8th and then two shows every Thursday evening starting in December.

“For years, I’ve thought about launching a music venue,” says Brady Seals. “As a resident and business owner in Franklin, I wanted to do something for this community and offer up a stage as a creative outlet for the spectacular talent that resides not only here, but for the music community in general. I’ve been on the road since I was sixteen, and music is all I know. I wanted a place to play and be around that innovative energy without having to be away from my family. I discussed this with Gordon Kennedy and now we’re gearing up to launch Music City Pickers LIVE!”

The audience members will experience an unforgettable performance in a beautifully renovated theater with an intimate setting unlike anywhere else. Tickets for both kick off shows are now on sale and can be purchased by going to

www.musiccitypickerslive.com. Space is limited and tickets for each show are only $15/General Admission or $25/VIP–front row experience. Come early, park for free and enjoy the wonders that the Factory at Franklin has to offer with shops and restaurants. For more information, visitwww.musiccitypickerslive.com.

Special thanks to the following sponsors: Tyler Amps, Richard Courtney, Jack Leebron PLLC, On-Stage Stands, Music Row Creative, Gibson, D’Addario, and Audio-Technica.