St. Paul & The Broken Bones POSTPONED
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville
Fri, Mar 27 8:00 pm
Brooklyn Bowl Nashville announces that, as much as we would love to gather together and lift up our city, given the escalating public health concerns nationwide, we are postponing the opening of our venue until further notice. The safety of our artists, patrons, staff, and extended community is always our highest priority, and we feel this is the right thing to do under the circumstances. We are committed to following the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), as well as local city and state health agencies. For upcoming show cancellations, ticketholders will receive information via email and refunds can be obtained at the original point of purchase. For any upcoming show postponements, ticketholders will receive information via email with updates. For ongoing updates, stay tuned to our emails, website, and social accounts. Stay safe. Stay smart. Stay kind to one another. We’ll see you soon, Nashville. Blood is thicker than water, and it can leave scars. But like it or not, those in our bloodlines are stuck with us—and us with them—for better or for worse. Paul Janeway understands this conundrum of heritage well. The singer of the Birmingham, Alabama–based rock and roll soul band St. Paul & The Broken Bones was born and raised in America’s Deep South, a place where social consciousness can still take a backseat to unsavory traditions and where a family’s expectations sometimes supersede all else. Despite the fierce familial love, he enjoyed and constantly gave back while growing up—especially to his father and grandfather—from an early age, Janeway realized that the way he thought about the world was a little different from those around him, and he began to seek an outlet from which to share what was in his heart and on his mind. Blessed with a powerful voice, a magnetism for connecting with people, and a gift for making music, he traded in a career in ministry to start his own band.