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Rory Feek’s ‘Muletown in the Round’ Brings Nashville-Style Hit Makers’ In-the-Round Music and Storytelling

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Filmed an hour south of Nashville in Columbia, Tennessee (affectionately known as “Muletown”), each episode of the series is a truly special event – bringing together legendary country songwriters for an evening of music and storytelling. Filmed at Marcy Jo’s Muletown, a local restaurant and music venue co-owned by Grammy Award-winning musician and author Rory FeekMuletown in the Round features a different lineup of songsmiths coming together for a half hour each week in the intimate musical setting.  

Feek’s vision for the series is an audience experience like Nashville’s famed Bluebird Cafe, known for its signature “in the round” format in which singer/songwriters gather, play music, tell stories, and accompany one another in one-of-a-kind performances that create musical history.  

The first episode of Muletown in the Round premiered on Saturday, February 22nd on RFD-TV with a show featuring legendary singer-songwriter and series guest host Paul Overstreet, who performs the record-breaking hit he wrote for Randy Travis, “Forever & Ever Amen.” Overstreet’s friends and fellow songwriters, Wynn Varble, Danny Green, and Feek will also join him onstage. 

Upcoming episodes this season will feature series host Overstreet performing his time-honored and record-breaking hits while showcasing friends and fellow songwriters Wendell Mobley, Lee Thomas Miller, Jim Collins, and many more. Presented by Feek’s Red King Productions, Muletown in the Round airs on Saturdays at 9:30 p.m. EST/6:30 p.m. PST on RFD TV, rural America’s most important network.

To find RFD-TV in your area, please visit RFDTV.com.

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4 Comments

  1. I AM GREATEST FANS OF EVEN STEVENS AND RORY FEEK AND PAUL OVERSTREET BROTHER TOMMY OVERSTREET

  2. Frances Baugh says:

    I did not know that Paul Overstreet and Tommy Overstreet
    were brothers. I tried looking this up, but couldn’t find
    where it showed that they related.I would love to know, if
    someone could tell me.

    Thank you,
    Frances Baugh

  3. Jessica,

    We would love to visit Muletown and take in a show. How do we purchase tickets?

  4. please let me know, i will be in town on the 15th to the 27th of october if there are any events of music

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