Join Acme and The Wrangler Network for Acme Unplugged: a unique night of live music from Nashville’s finest singers and songwriters. January’s Acme Unplugged features Bridgette Tatum, Jeremy Bussey, and Dave Pahanish.

The show is Monday, January 29 at the Hatchery at Acme Feed & Seed, and online at,, the Acme Radio Live iPhone app, and TuneIn. Doors at 6 p.m., show at 7 p.m.

Meet the performers:

Bridgette Tatum is a native of Florence, South Carolina. In 2009, Tatum co-wrote “She’s Country,” recorded and released by Jason Aldean. The song was the most played song on country radio across the US that year, and held the #1 position on the chart for two consecutive weeks.

Jeremy Bussey grew up in the small town of Sylvan Springs, Alabama just outside of Birmingham. At age five, Bussey started taking piano lessons and writing songs. When he moved to Nashville, Bussey played songwriter nights around town until he was signed by Universal Music Publishing Group in 2010. Today, he is the “go to guy” for great lyrics. Bussey’s songs have been recorded by Jason Aldean, Brantley Gilbert, Ashley McBryde, Chase Rice, Thompson Square, Josh Gallagher, Lonestar, Pop/Rhythm artist Nick Bennett, Tate Stevens, Mark Wills and many others.

Dave Pahanish moved to Nashville in 2006 after spending 15 years performing around the Pittsburgh, PA area. Pahanish is an artist, a three-time #1 Billboard Country Hit songwriter, and a producer. Pahanish wrote Tobey Keith’s “American Ride,” Jimmy Wayne’s “Do You Believe Me Now?” and Keith Urban’s “Without You” (Urban’s 12th #1 single).

Tickets are $10/per person and can be purchased in advance online at: theacmenashville, at the Acme Farm Store, or at the door.