Megan & Her Goody Goodies

vintage jazz band

7:00 PM19:00

Come & Get It Honey - Megan and her Goody Goodies Live Recording

Come & Get It Honey

Join us for the live recording of our debut album, Come & Get It Honey!

When I first decided that this album was going to happen, I IMMEDIATELY knew where I wanted this product to take place. My good friend Brook Sutton is the owner of The Studio Nashville - a recording studio and event venue all-in-one - and his space is exactly what I was looking for.

Swing music, at its best, is music that is being danced to. Musicians are inspired by watching the dancers. Dancers take cues from the musicians. Band leaders call different endings, vocalists trade bars, soloists play crazy things, and the energy in the room is that much better - which is why I can't imagine a better way to record this album.

Come and Get It Honey is going to be recorded live, in-studio, with a dance floor full of our friends and supporters out there making art as we make music.

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6:00 PM18:00

Black & White Swing Soiree Benefitting L.E.T.S. Play Nashville

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L.E.T.S. Play helps refugee and immigrant youth build language skills and confidence through sports. Learn more about this special organization here!

A ticket includes: hors d'oeuvres, 2 drink tickets, a dance lesson,  and dancing into the night.

Tickets available here.

Nashville Ballroom & Company (now Nashville Dance Co.)
650 Rundle Ave.
Nashville, TN 37210

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5:00 PM17:00

Megan and her Goody Goodies at the Green Thumbs Gala

Join Megan and her Goody Goodies at the Knoxville Botanical Garden for their annual Green Thumb Gala! Featuring cocktails, food, a silent auction, and incredible company, support the beautiful botanical gardens. For ticket information, see here.

Josh King - Upright Bass
Kevin Krapf - Drums
Megan Lange - Vocals
David Marvel - Trumpet
Kemper Talley - Rhythm Guitar

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to Sep 24

Megan and her Swingin' Sirens at Crow & Quill

"In Greek mythology, the Sirens were dangerous creatures, who lured nearby sailors with their enchanting music and voices to shipwreck on the rocky coast of their island." Today, they do the same thing... only we're luring you to come out and dance with us at the Crow and Quill.

In a world where jazz bands primarily consist of males, Megan and her Goody Goodies are excited to bring you a special night of music with Megan and her Swingin' Sirens! Featuring the talents of four incredible lady musicians, the Swingin' Sirens are sultry, sassy, and altogether sizzling.

Join us at Asheville's esteemed Crow and Quill on Saturday, September 23rd for what is sure to be a night for the history books. Featuring Annie Gaye ErbsenStacey Ann Glasgow, Megan Lange, and Elizabeth Pascoe (potentially more to be announced).

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to Jul 18

Megan and her Goody Goodies at Barley's Knoxville

Join the Goody Goodies at Barley's Knoxville for pizza, beer, swing, and blues! We'll be playing two sets of tunes for ya on  Monday, July 17th starting at ten, so come on out and dance with us.

Buddy Honeycutt - Drums
Megan Lange - Vocals
Hunter Smith - Saxophone
Kemper Talley - Rhythm Guitar
Ashton Williams - Upright Bass

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8:00 PM20:00

Blues Night at Barleys - Maryville

Join us on Friday, July 14th for a night of blues and swing with Megan and her Goody Goodies! Featuring the talented Hunter Smith on saxophone, we'll be keeping the music hot and swingin' all night long.

Hungry? Barley's has a stellar menu (including their pizza, which is GREAT) and a beer list you definitely want to see. No cover - come out and dance with us!

Josh King - Bass
Kevin Krapf - Drums
Megan Lange - Vocals
Hunter Smith - Saxophone
Kemper Talley - Rhythm Guitar

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6:00 PM18:00

Megan and her Goody Goodies at Knox Heritage Summer Suppers

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Tickets are sold out for this event!

Take a step back in time to an Art Moderne house designed by visionary Knoxville Landscape Architect, Elizabeth Dunlap. Join us for a Summer Supper at the home of Laura and Mark Heinz in the historic Sequoyah Hills neighborhood. This house was designed and built by Mrs. Dunlap in 1934. Elizabeth was inspired by the Home of Tomorrow exhibition during a trip to the 1933 Chicago World’s Fair with her husband, Hobart. She particularly liked the Good Housekeeping Stran- Steel house and used many similar proportions and details in her design. Many of the Art Moderne details remain from Elizabeth’s design, including the flat roof, stucco walls, metal casement windows, and two portal windows on the rear elevation. She was ahead of her time in her boldness to design and build a home that had not been previously seen in Knoxville neighborhoods.

Scenic Drive Sipper, Wine & Beer
Delicious Deviled Eggs
Benton’s Bacon Stuffed Mushrooms
Cherokee Crab & Artichoke Crostini
Waldorf Salad with Leaf Lettuce
Petite Filet & Sequoyah Salmon Croquettes
Moderne Marinated Asparagus
Southgate Scalloped Potatoes
Dunlap Dinner Rolls
Looney Islands Lemon Bundt Cake with Homemade Vanilla Ice Cream

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to Jun 4

USO Dance at Secret City Fest

Join us on June 3rd for a USO themed dance as we celebrate our heroes during Secret City Festival! Featuring tunes by Megan and her Goody Goodies, a dance lesson by local instructors, and performances by Vintage Rhythm Room, this will be a night full of dancing, vintage tunes, and a night back in time that you won't find anywhere else.

Hunter Deacon - drums
Megan Lange - vocals
Chuck Mullican - sax
Matt Nelson - bass
Kemper Talley - rhythm guitar

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