Silent Night, Funky Night - An Evening with Donnie Fritts with Opener Kevin Gordon - 12/11

Monday, December 11 2017 5:00pm Doors / 7:00pm Start / Ends 9:00pm APPX

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Mon Dec 11 2017

Silent Night, Funky Night - An Evening with Donnie Fritts with Opener Kevin Gordon - 12/11

at City Winery Nashville

Doors:
5:00pm
Starts:
7:00pm
Ends:
9:00pm APPX

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Reserved
$18.00
Premier
$18.00
VIP
$15.00
Balcony
$12.00

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Silent Night,
Funky Night an evening with Donnie Fritts

Christmas Tour 2017

Donnie Fritts will be performing his best known songs including co-writes with John Prine,
Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristofferson, Tony Joe White and Dan Penn along a handful of
original Christmas songs in a stripped down duo format.
Donnie Fritts is a legendary session musician and songwriter from Muscle Shoals,
Alabama. He has released four albums featuring Tony Joe White, Eddie Hinton, Kris
Kristofferson, Willie Nelson and John Prine including his latest, Oh My Goodness (Single
Lock Records). A 2008 Alabama Music Hall of Fame inductee, Donnie was also Kris
Kristofferson’s running buddy and keyboard player for over two decades. His most well
known songs are “We Had It All” and “Breakfast in Bed”. His song "Old Timer" is on Willie
Nelson's latest album God's Bastard Child. Donnie has also acted in numerous movies
including Pat Garrett & Billy The Kid, Bring Me The Head Of Alfredo Garcia, A Star Is Born,
Convoy and The Life And Hard Times Of Guy Terrifico.

This evening will start with a showing of “Undeniably Donnie”, A Film About Donnie Fritts, The Alabama Leaning Man. The 2015 mini documentary about Donnie featuring Kris Kristofferson, Willie Nelson, John Prine, Tony Joe White, Billy Bob Thornton, Jason Isbell and many others.

Selected songs written by Donnie Fritts:

“We Had It All” (Waylon Jennings, Dobie Gray, Dolly Parton, Willie Nelson, Keith Richards, Ray Charles, The Rolling Stones)

“Breakfast In Bed” (Dusty Springfield, UB40 with Chrissie Hynde, Shelby Lynne)

“The Oldest Baby In The World” (John Prine)

“Old Timer” (Willie Nelson)

“A Damn Good Country Song” (Jerry Lee Lewis)

“Rainbow Road” (Arthur Alexander, Kris Kristofferson, Marshall Chapman)

“You’re Gonna Love Yourself In the Morning” (Charlie Rich, Bonnie Koloc, Roy Clark)

“Choo Choo Train” (The Box Tops)

“If It’s Really Got To Be This Way” (Arthur Alexander, Robert Plant)

“Epitath (Black And Blue)” (Kris Kristofferson)