M-Th: Open at 4pm
Fri-Sa-Su: Open at 11am
(*Hours Subject to Change)
Nashville, Tennessee 37201
Bourbon Street Blues and Boogie Bar has become your home away from home for over 25 years. We love to hear all the wonderful things you have to say and the stories that will last a lifetime. See below for some of our favorites, and if you have a story to tell - email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Nancy and Joe Bigio
Thanks for showcasing Mr. Mitchhart in your club. I have seen, heard, and enjoyed a few drinks with some of the legends of R&B. Stacy remains right up there with them. At seventy years old, he brought back the great licks and tunes of one of my favorites: Bobby Blues Band. His eclectic approach to his craft while fronting one of the best bands I’ve seen live will keep us coming back to your club time and time again.
Thank you for the great service and AWESOME CATFISH!
Our first visit to Bourbon Street was close to 10 years ago. Happened in on a Monday night to the "open Jam" or whatever it was called. Very impressed with all the talent that played that night, and haven't missed stopping in every time we come to Nashville - which has been 2-3 times a year now.
But the biggest surprise was one night when Jim Belushi was in town at a comedy show, and the band appearing that night invited him up on stage and he played harmonica! What a cool place!!
Love the Voodoo Chicken Fingers and Stacey Mitchhart of course! Was just there last week. Wish he’d come to Michigan! ❤️
Hearing Derek St Holmes play Stranglehold. Enjoying the fried pickles and cold beer.
Saw Slash play there one night in the mid 90's I believe with Stacey Mitchhart.
I do. My wife and I were there last year on our first-ever trip to Nashville. We walked the broadway strip but found ourselves drawn back to the authentic place we found first in Printers Alley. The music was excellent. The staff was friendly. The fried pickles were a lil salty - but who's perfect?!
The RedMoon Band
My wife and I came out there for our honeymoon back in November. Most memorable blues joint we have ever been to! We saw Kenneth Wright and Stacy Mitchhart! So fun to watch them jam.
First, we have an amazing time every time we visit, so a favorite memory is tough. However, the first time we saw Brandon Giles is definitely one of those favorite memories. Just when you thought it couldn’t get any cooler with him playing piano with his boot, he proceeds to set the piano on fire! Most unusual thing I’ve ever seen in Nashville!
I’ve been coming to BSBBB once or twice a year for the last ten years from Columbus Ohio to see Stacey Mitchhart and absolutely love his shows.....it’s such a Blues dive bar setting and unique intimate venue with great and friendly staff....a real taste of Bourbon Street!
Last year I attended a 3-day conference in Nashville and at the recommendation of one of our local staff I took a group of 10 clients to see Stacy Mitchhart. We reserved tables right down front and were blown away by Stacy and the music. How accessible he made himself to the crowd and entertaining was exceptional, so much so that one of my clients and I closed down the club the next two nights in a row. All the acts were great and improvisation night of putting musicians together and just letting them “make” some music was an experience I have never seen before. VERY COOL! I cannot wait for my next opportunity to get to Nashville!