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Eddie Owen Presents: Erin Enderlin with Cheley Tackett

Friday, March 04
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$0 to $25

Reserved: $20 ($23 day of show)
Premium Reserved: $25 ($28 day of show)

Erin Enderlin

“One of the best things about country music was that it was adult music,” Erin Enderlin says. “It was real music that dealt with hard issues in life so that people going through those things don’t feel so alone.” 

The observation is signature Enderlin: She has a way of turning a song or even just a thought into an outstretched hand to the lonely or ashamed. While she first turned heads as a godsend to those aching for an artist with some golden-era country backbone, she has since emerged as a literary songwriter and superb vocal stylist with a knack for sharply drawn––and often sad––characters. Backsliders, avengers, lovers, and victims––they’re all in her acclaimed albums, such as 2019’s Faulkner County and 2017’s Whiskeytown Crier.

Enderlin’s new single, “Somebody’s Shot of Whiskey,” sounds like a grinning defense of a good time––and it is, riding a pocket groove that echoes the laid-back cool of 70s Emmylou Harris with lines that evoke the unapologetic irreverence of Loretta Lynn. Like Emmylou and Loretta, it’s also more than a party: Enderlin often uses a character’s vulnerability as a gateway to their strength. Amidst acoustic guitar, crisp snare, and cheeky fiddle, Enderlin’s protagonist admits she’s not for everybody, then celebrates not just self-acceptance, but love with another person that can only be found when we are wholly and unapologetically ourselves.

– Featured artist in the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum’s 2020 American Currents exhibit
– Rosanne Cash included in her curator piece in the Oxford American’s music issue and playlist
– Elton John interviewed me for Episode #261 of his Rocket Hour show on Apple Music and featured my music multiple times on the show and his playlist
– Played the Opry 15 times
– Named Arkansas Country Entertainer and Songwriter of the Year 2021


Nashville, TN — Cheley Tackett, acclaimed Country-Americana songstress, released her acoustic-solo performance, The Last Live, captured at Douglas Corner Café in Nashville, Tenn. and has been garnering international spotlights for the incredible project This collection of fifteen original country and Americana tracks are all penned or co-penned by Cheley in collaboration with fellow songwriters  Ashley McBryde, Randall Clay, Lisa Carver and many other notable names.

Cheley’s performance was the last live performance to be recorded at Douglas Corner Café on August 24th, 2019 before closing on May 30th, 2020 due to the pandemic. Nearly one year to the day from when they shut the doors for the final time, Cheley’s project landed at all major online retailers bringing a bit of the iconic Music City staple home for audiences to experience. To purchase or stream The Last Live, visit