A whole mess of famous faces were on hand for The Twelve Thirty Club’s soft opening last night.
One of Nashville’s new hot spots, the swanky Twelve Thirty Club is owned by Justin Timberlake and restaurant partner Sam Fox, so it’s not all that surprising that some big names graced that stage last night.
And while I’m much more of a shithole dive bar kind of guy myself, the official opening is set for September 28th.
Eric Church, Zac Brown,Morgan Wallen,were all in attendance and took the stage, as were Kid Rock, Chase Rice, Jessie James Decker and more according to The Twelve Thirty Club’s Instagram account.
Chief treated fans to a little “Drink In My Hand” (seems appropriate), as well as a cover of Bob Seger’s “Night Moves,” but he also joined Morgan Wallen on stage for a performance of “Sand In My Boots.”
It’s no secret that Morgan has been surrounded by controversy since this past February, and it doesn’t appear to be going away any time soon. However, if it’s guidance that Morgan Wallen is lacking, having a role model like Eric around lately should help steer him down the right path, one Morgan admittedly has not been on.
I mean, he’s not quite old enough to be his dad (they’re 16 years apart), but spending time with an industry vet like Eric, a guy who’s done it the right way, can only be good for both Morgan the artist, and Morgan the person.