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Denny Laine (from Paul McCartney & Wings) with The Cryers & John Salaway

at 3rd and Lindsley, Nashville TN

Apr 22 2015
Denny Laine (from Paul McCartney & Wings) with The Cryers & John Salaway

Denny Laine was Paul McCartney's main collaborator and co founder of the band Wings, which was one of the most internationally successful bands of the 1970s. The band had 24 hit singles at the top of the charts and won a Grammy for their landmark album "Band on the Run." Although the band went through a few line up changes, Denny remained an integral part of Wings throughout the band's entire lifespan.

Denny got his start in the Moody Blues and he sang the band's first major hit single "Go Now" in 1964. After a few years, he left the Moody Blues to pursue his solo career managed by the Beatles' manager Brian Epstein. In 1967 Denny Laine's Electric String Band opened for Jimi Hendrix at the famous Saville theater concert that launched Jimi's career. For the next few years Denny shared concert bills with Fleetwood Mac & Robert Plant and joined the super group Ginger Baker's 'Air Force' until 1971 when he formed Wings with Paul McCartney.

Denny Laine's very special, one night only performance will feature hits from his time in Wings and the Moody Blues as well as songs from his impressive solo catalog.


$15 in advance, $20 at the door, $40 for limited reserved meet and greet tickets.

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3rd and Lindsley

818 Third Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37210
(Neighborhood: SoBro)


The parking in the Business Center lots and the street parking remains free. The two upper lots, on the corner of 3rd and Ash were leased to continue to provide parking , and at a reasonable rate. There will be a $5 parking fee in these two lot's as needed. The Lot directly across the street from the Venue has changed owners and they are going to a pay to park system. Alley parking is allowed, but please don't park in front of any business doors or entrances, as it disrupts their business and vehicles can be towed accordingly.