Come join us for for the first of many weekend events with our wine by the glass or bottle, and live music by award-winning songwriter, Gary Sefton.
Lets kick off fall right here at Long Hollow Winery, just minutes from Nashville! Join us for the first of many weekend events with wine and live music! Award-winning songwriter, Gary Sefton, will be featured!
Doors are at 6:30 with a $5 cover, and music starts at 7! Our wine is available the glass or bottle.
More about the artist:
Gary Sefton’s songs have been recorded by more than one hundred different artists including John Anderson, Tom T. Hall, Chris Ledoux, Ray Price, Bobby Bare, Waylon Jennings, Wilma Burgess, Norma Jean, Jimmy C. Newman, Joe Diffie, Dottsie, Dawn Anita, Vince Martin, Alana Amram and Earl Richards to name a few. "Ready Mixed Revenge" the song that brought him to Nashville has been recorded at least 15 times including a top 5 chart record in Australia by Johnny Chester. "Different Kind of Flower", a hit single for Ray Price in the early eighties, has become a standard with club bands in Texas and is still getting recorded today. "Soldier of Fortune" was not only a hit single by Songwriter’s Hall of Fame member Tom T. Hall, it was also the title song of one of his albums. Quite an endorsement coming from a songwriter of Tom’s stature. Gary and his family have been living in the Delina/Boones Hill, Tennessee area for the past 20 years while he has been performing for select audiences at banquets and festivals around the country as a singer-songwriter/ story teller. He continues to write when he “comes across a good piece of wood and time allows”. He says “but it’s as easy to quit writing songs as it is to quit poking yourself in the eye with a sharp stick”. His designation as a wordsmith and a songwriter’s songwriter by reviewers of his CD’s “The Sadder the Story the Sweeter the Song” and “My Best Yesterdays” is apparent in his live performances which are laced with humorous insights and anecdotes relating to his life experiences and creative processes.