The Still House Sessions


 Leiper's Fork Distillery is proud to present The Still House Sessions,  an intimate night with hit songwriters and their incredible music.

The Still House Sessions will excite whiskey and music lovers alike with  shows in one of Tennessee’s premiere distilleries. 

Still House Sessions isn't just another songwriter's night, it's an experience

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The Still House Sessions


 Leiper's Fork Distillery is proud to present The Still House Sessions,  an intimate night with hit songwriters and their incredible music.

The Still House Sessions will excite whiskey and music lovers alike with  shows in one of Tennessee’s premiere distilleries. 

Still House Sessions isn't just another songwriter's night, it's an experience

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Leiper's Fork Distillery 

UPCOMING SHOWS PRESENTED BY THE STILL HOUSE SESSIONS


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Music is all about transporting people; speaking a language which languages fail to express.

Wynn Varble

Wynn had his first #1 song "Have You Forgotten" with Darryl Worley in 2003. The song was nominated for SONG OF THE YEAR by the CMA. In 2008, Waitin' on a Woman, which Wynn co-wrote with Don Sampson was nominated by the CMA for SONG OF THE YEAR. His most recent #1, I'm a Little More Country recorded by Easton Corbin, was also nominated by the ACM for SONG OF THE YEAR. 

Wynn’s songs have been cut by a range of great artists, including Easton Corbin, Garth Brooks, Lee Ann Womack, Brad Paisley, Darryl Worley, Kellie Pickler, Montgomery Gentry, Jason Sellers, Gary Allan, Trace Adkins, Clint Daniels, Kevin Denney, Tracy Byrd, The Kinleys, Chris LeDoux, Danni Leigh, Mark Chesnutt and Sammy Kershaw.

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Kendell Marvel

Already an award-winning songwriter, having written hits for Chris Stapleton, George Strait, Jamey Johnson and Jake Owen, Kendell Marvel makes his solo debut with Lowdown & Lonesome, a concept album that blends his musical down home country and rock & roll roots. 

The first song he wrote after moving to Nashville was the top five hit by Gary Allan “Right Where I Need to Be”. Since then, Kendell has had over sixty cuts. He landed seven songs on Jake Owen’s first two albums, including the hits “Yee Haw”, “Startin With Me”, and “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You”.

One of Kendell’s biggest honors was having legendary singer George Strait cut one of his songs. “Twang” ended up being a hit single and the title of the album. Kendell also co-wrote “That Lonesome Song”, the title cut on Jamey Johnson’s Grammy nominated album. Kendell’s songs have also been recorded by Trace Adkins, Blake Shelton, Joe Diffie, Josh Turner, Randy Houser, Josh Thompson, Colt Ford, Travis Tritt and many others.




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Marla Cannon

Marla Cannon-Goodman was raised in Kingston Springs, Tennessee, where she had a front row seat for country music history as she watched her father, Buddy Cannon, shepherd the careers of new and legendary artists as a producer, songwriter and record label executive.  Now, she has earned her own place as one of country music’s most-beloved and respected hit-makers.

Since her first cut by Sammy Kershaw in 1996, Marla has been making country music history of her own with songs recorded by artists such as George Strait, Eddie Arnold, Eric Church, Billy Currington, Mindy Smith, Kenny Chesney and Sara Evans.  Marla’s chart topping hits include Lee Ann Womack’s number one smash “The Fool,” Tracy Byrd’s number one “Ten Rounds With José Cuervo” and Rodney Atkins’ number one hit “Cleaning This Gun.”  She found further chart success with Blake Shelton’s top-15 hit single “Don’t Make Me.” You can also find her song “Unfair Weather Friend” on the Willie Nelson/Merle Haggard duet album, Django and Jimmie.

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Lance Miller

ACC Award nominated singer/songwriter Lance Miller has toured as a solo artist with Tim McGraw & Faith Hill. As a songwriter he is credited for the #1 country hit and 2014 SESAC Song of the Year “Drink To That All Night,” recorded by Jerrod Niemann. He has also had songs recorded by Tim McGraw, Luke Bryan, Justin Moore, Thomas Rhett, Lee Brice and many more.  

Miller has also made several guest appearances as a background vocalist on various major label records.  One of his personal career highlights was singing background vocals on “A Horse Called Music,” featuring Merle Haggard on Willie Nelson's “Heroes” album.  You might also remember Lance from Season 2 of the hit USA Network series Nashville Star in 2004 when he finished fourth.

 

UPCOMING SHOWS

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THE STILL HOUSE SESSIONS

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The Still House Sessions

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The Still House Sessions

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FAQ

FIRST COME, FIRST SERVE SEATING

Seating for all Still House Sessions are first come, first served. We will seat our guests who have purchased VIP and Reserved tickets. All General Admission seating is first come, first served.

AGE

ALL shows are 21+

ACCESSIBLE SEATING

We have limited availability for wheelchair accessible seating.

We can accommodate up to 4 seats. Please let us know in advance if this will be a service needed.

HUSH!!! POLICY

The Still House Session is set to be a listening venue. While performers love audience applause, laughter and singing along to their hits; too much conversation during our shows is very distracting for other guests and very disrespectful to the songwriters who give their time to be here and share their stories and songs. Our show doesn’t begin until 8 pm so you should have plenty of time to talk before and after the show. During the show please keep any conversation to a minimum and your voice very low.


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