columbus | live music | pool deck dj's

columbus | live music | pool deck dj's

Every Saturday (weather permitting) we will have Pool Deck DJ's at our Columbus Locations! 

Even if you aren't a resident and enjoying the water, come out, play some volleyball, grab some drinks and patio sit with some tunes keeping up the mood. 

Summertime is here and we are ready to celebrate!

mt. juliet | live music | jeff miller

mt. juliet | live music | jeff miller

Jeff Miller will be joining us in getting that happy hour come down. Come and listen on 7/25 from 5-8p.

riversouth | live music | anthony mossburg

riversouth | live music | anthony mossburg

Four years.

Four original albums.  

Thousands of shows around the country.   

Three years after picking up a guitar in a college dorm room, Anthony Mossburg left the stability of a full-time job to chase after the only thing that made him feel alive; music.  

What followed over the next four years was a series of accolades, achievements, risks, near-misses, and setbacks that indefinitely shaped him as an artist and a person. With several bootstrap tours and three independent albums under his belt, Anthony is now living in Columbus, Ohio, and is headlining shows around the country.  

His breakthrough song, “Whiskey and Wine”, introduced a new sound to his avid fanbase, and shed a light into his evolution as an artist. The hard work and risks didn’t go unnoticed. Early in 2015, the song broke into the Top 10 on coveted iTunes Singer/Songwriter category.

Now, he is squaring his sights on introducing his soulful voice, gutsy lyrics, and melodic tones into a new direction that will push his creative talent like never before. This is just the beginning.

Interested? Check him out beforehand using the links below:

murfreesboro | live music | jd shelburne

murfreesboro | live music | jd shelburne

In the last few years, JD Shelburne has become one of Kentucky’s fastest rising stars, with album credits, countless shows, a loyal fan base, charity work that has raised thousands of dollars and a list full of accolades that sets Shelburne apart from the rest. Country Artist JD Shelburne grew up on a tobacco farm in Taylorsville, KY, a tiny town southeast of the Ohio River near Louisville KY. At age 19, he found a guitar after the death of his grandmother and began learning to play and sing on his own. By his sophomore year of college, he had found a few gigs at some local bars in the Louisville/Lexington, KY area and developed a fan-base that eventually landed him on some of the biggest stages in the business, opening for some of the nation’s hottest stars. Eventually, Shelburne was adding original songs into the set mix, in addition to producing songs of his own material.

In 2002, Kentucky fell in love at first sight with Shelburne, then college student/ small-town country boy with a wide smile, natural singing voice and a love of faith, family and his hometown of Taylorsville, KY. But that small-town image is merely a fond memory now that he has moved on to Nashville down the path to music stardom.

Now find him soaking up the music scene, touring cities, building a fan-base and celebrating a decade of success playing venues all across the southeast trying to get his big break. Today he’s among the most hard working and relevant country singers in the business. They say Nashville doesn’t work that way anymore – that talented musicians with very few connections don’t stand a chance. But Shelburne proved that Music City’s engine still runs off of talent and persistent driven antics. Critics find him credible. Fans pack his shows. Venues strive to book him. There are very few new artists recording songs today about whom that can be said.

During his whirlwind career explosion, he has performed with over 50 national acts ranging from stars such as Montgomery Gentry, Craig Morgan, Jamey Johnson, Kellie Pickler, Steve Wariner to Clay Walker and Johnny Lee, performed at some of the region’s most famous venues such as the Historic Ryman Auditorium, Rupp Arena, Murphy Center Arena, KFC Yum Center, Freedom Hall, Churchill Downs and Old Cardinal Stadium which recently drew the Kentucky State Fair’s largest crowd of the concert series. Shelburne performed “God Bless America” prior to the 2016 Quaker State 400 NASCAR race at Kentucky Speedway to over 100,000 attendees. He has also been featured in Country Weekly Magazine, Kentucky Alumni Magazine, Kentucky Monthly Magazine amongst many other national publications including the Huffington Post. His debut music video “Farmboy” gained him thousands of new fans by airing on the TNN Top Ten Countdown nationwide on Heartland TV network and ZUUS Country Network. In 2015, he made his Nationwide debut on GAC – Great American Country Network and also in October with his second music video entitled “Hometown” written about the demise of his smalltown. On October 21, 2015, Shelburne debuted as #1 trending artist on edging out Taylor Swift, Luke Bryan and Jason Aldean! Shelburne has performed over 1000 concerts all over the southeast as well as over 300 festivals. Shelburne’s outfit has been featured on display at the Kentucky Derby Museum at Historic Churchill Downs from his appearance at the 2015/2016 Kentucky Derby. In 2016, Shelburne was invited to perform in the Kentucky State Capitol for the State Senate as well as the House of Representatives where he performed his own rendition of “My Old Kentucky Home” for both parties. JD was named an  Honorable Kentucky Colonel and was also presented honor of “Admiral” by the Commonwealth of Kentucky – Energy and Environment Cabinet recently. Also in 2016, the University of Kentucky’s College of Communication and Information named JD Shelburne their 2016 Most Outstanding Alumnus!

Most recently in 2017, Shelburne launched his world premiere official music video for “Better Man” that was filmed in Midway/ Millville, KY. The video also made it’s Network Television Debut on Great American Country (GAC) on June 23, 2017 and is currently in Nationwide rotation. At this past years Kentucky Derby, Shelburne was invited to cook with Diners, Drive-Ins and Dives host Guy Fieri at his restaurant alongside Guy, Travis Tritt and NFL Legend Jerry Rice! In September 2017, Shelburne made his NBC Network Television Debut performing the National Anthem at the NASCAR XS Myrtle Beach 300  at Kentucky Speedway!

Shelburne also has performed at several prestigious nationwide events: 2 NBA Basketball Games, Guaranteed Rate Field for the Chicago White Sox, Suntrust Park for the Atlanta Braves, The Kentucky Derby, Unbridled Eve Derby Gala, Barnstable Brown Derby Gala, events for Jim Beam Brands and Four Roses Bourbon, NCAA Division I College Football/Basketball Games, The National FFA Organization National Convention, Omni Hotels & Resorts, Marriott Hotel Brands, NASCAR Racing Events, Minor League Baseball Games, Dollar General NASCAR Racing Team Event, CMA Music Festival, the NCAA Women’s Final Four, SEC Men’s Basketball Tournament and more! Shelburne, a native of Taylorsville, Kentucky grew up on mixture of country, church gospel and pop rock music forging his own sound along the way.

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murfreesboro | live music | the lovers

murfreesboro | live music | the lovers

Cole & Amanda met in Feb. 2014 and soon became inseparable playing almost every show together from then on out. In 2016 The Lovers was formed. After serving at multiple different restaurants and never being satisfied, she's now a full time musician touring most of the year, and playing in Nashville when back in town. In addition to performing she also books and manages The Lovers duo.

"Her music stands out among most in the sense that it's music with passion, soul and written from personal experience. With a down-to-earth sensibility and a smooth, sweet voice, Amanda's style blends perfectly with that of Cole Vosbury, a fellow artist who also heard Nashville calling his name."


Interested? Check them out before:




louisville | live music | josh logan

louisville | live music | josh logan

Josh Logan, singer, songwriter, performer, reality TV personality, brings a fresh and addictive sound and style to an overly produced and cookie cutter music industry. Josh blends a style of Rock, Blues, Soul, & Pop that is invigorating, lasting, and memorable.

He has shared the stage with national recording artists; Dime-Bag Darrell and Vinnie Paul of Damage Plan, Tantric, Shinedown, Lacuna Coil, blues legend James Montgomery, Toby Lightman, Tony Lucca, Lakisha Jones, Matt Giraud, Lukas Rossi,  John Popper of Blues Traveler, and Tommy Lee of Motley Crue & Methods of Mayhem. In the summer of 2005, Josh embarked on a 3 month tour with the number one college act "Recycled Percussion" on their "Rock Your Junk" tour. Josh played to packed venues every night and collected many new fans along the way.


Want to check him out beforehand? Don’t worry, we’ll make it easy on you:



FaceBook: JoshLoganMusic

Twitter: @Josh_Logan

YouTube:Josh’s YouTube Channel

all markets | event | end of summer cookout

all markets | event | end of summer cookout

Celebrate the end of Summer with us at our community BBQ and support Pelotonia!  

A portion of the event proceeds will be donated to the LC Peloton.

  • Cookout-style Menu
  • Drink Specials
  • DJ's
  • Boozy Popsicles
  • Door Prizes
  • Games
  • Eating Contests
  • Champ of Champs Volleyball Tournament

What better way to kick off the week before the big ride than at The Goat! Check with your server or bartender for the schedule for the day at your favorite location.

louisville | live music | caleb martin

louisville | live music | caleb martin

In 2017, Caleb played the Grand Ole Opry preshow in Nashville. As well as the Tailgate party at AT&T Stadium in Dallas, Texas. Caleb was nominated for best Americana and roots musician as well as best acoustic act in 2018 by the Arkansas Country Music Awards. Caleb Ryan Martin has, according to one reviewer, "a lonesome voice and rhythm that can at times invoke a lonesome ramblin' man sound, a voice that will haunt you with some type of mysterious mountain holler sound, like a banshee singing in the nether woods." Caleb Ryan Martin, an acoustic bluegrass, folk and roots musician hailing from the hills of Tennessee. Looking like a man from leaner and meaner times, Caleb has traveled and played music all across the United States, singing with expressive vocals, playing guitar, and frailing the banjo providing people with melodic medicine. Caleb currently averages 200 shows a year, with no sign of slowing down.


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