RESERVE SEATS: September Songwriter Showcase

RESERVE SEATS: September Songwriter Showcase

NO MORE RESERVATIONS ARE BEING TAKEN FOR THIS SHOW. Our next Songwriter Showcase is Monday, September 8 and will feature Brice Long.  Brice has written Gary Allan’s “Nothing on but the Radio,” Randy Houser’s “Like a Cowboy,” “Anything Goes” and more.

Make your reservations below.  The largest number in one party that can be taken is 4.  If you have more than 4 in your party, you will have to make multiple reservations and understand that not all of your party will be seated together.  Doors open at 6 with the show starting at 7:30.  If you arrive later than 6:30, Edward’s reserves the right to seat someone in your place.  Admission to the show is free.  You will have to pay for food.  Edwards Steakhouse shined at this year’s Best of Clarksville by winning Best Place to Get a Steak and Best Non-Franchise Restaurant.

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