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Old Dominion Reveals Plans To Open Nashville Bar In 2024

Old Dominion revealed plans for a new bar slated to open next year in the Midtown neighborhood in Nashville, Tennessee. The six-time — and reigning — CMA Vocal Group of the Year announced details on their social media channels on Friday afternoon (December 15).

“We wanted it to be a place where a group of songwriters who might have a band could play,” said Old Dominion’s Trevor Rosen, “or someone starting out might be able to be part of a writers thing and get heard. You know, pay it forward because all these years later, we know it works. That’s much better than just a temple to who we think we are.”

The band shared a reel on Instagram set to the title track of their latest full-length album, Memory Lane, to announce that Odie’s would open in a part of Music City that has “played such a role in the history of our band,” Old Dominion said. The band — made up of Matthew Ramsey, Trevor Rosen, Whit Sellers, Geoff Spring and Brad Tursi — promised Odie’s would be a “neighborhood bar for us all,” to have a good time. That neighborhood is separate from Downtown Nashville's Lower Broadway, the stretch of honky tonks that includes venues by Miranda Lambert, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Luke Bryan, Blake Shelton, Dierks Bentley and others.

“We’ve had such an amazing 2023—we can’t think of a better way to ring in the New Year than by doing what we love the most, playing music and making sure there are no bad vibes! What a great way to set the tone for 2024,” Ramsey said in a statement earlier this month.

Odie’s is set to open in Nashville in summer 2024, the band announced on Friday. 


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