The Time Jumpers’ Monday Night Crowd Includes Sheryl Crow, Joe Walsh, Steve Jordan and Tab Benoit
Nashville, TN – June 17, 2015—Sheryl Crow, Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Joe Walsh, drummer extraordinaire Steve Jordan and Grammy-nominated bluesman Tab Benoit were among the throng that came out to see and hear The Time Jumpers Monday night (June 15) at 3rd & Lindsley, the supergroup’s home venue.
Walsh, a member of the fabled Eagles as well as a solo artist, and Jordan, who’s backed such luminaries as Eric Clapton, John Mayer and Keith Richards, were both in town for a recording project and decided to sample The Time Jumpers’ irresistible blend of western swing and traditional country.
Crow sat in with the band to sing the George Strait classic “When Did You Stop Loving Me.” Benoit chimed in for a cover of the George Jones hit “Bartender’s Blues.”
It was just another affirmation that the place to be on Monday nights in Nashville is the 3rd & Lindsley club—because you never know who’ll show up to witness these musical wizards and maybe even add to the evening’s magic.
The Monday night shows are so popular they often sell out. Tickets can be purchased in advance at http://cwired.co/TTJtickets. In addition to their Nashville shows, The Time Jumpers are also on the road. Upcoming dates include June 27 Clayton, GA; September 17 Cleveland, MS; September 18 Bartlett, TN and September 19 Paducah, KY.
Cover Photo: Time Jumper Kenny Sears at the mic with Sheryl Crow (photo credit: Mike Kelly)