Music City should have its own musical. Not a musical on the way to somewhere else but a musical that folks would come to Nashville to enjoy.

That's what musical playwright Bill Bauer thought. It just so happened he had written a musical, Middle of Nowhere that he's sure fits the bill.

The show tells a story of the trials and tribulations of a modern rural farm family. The father is a Vietnam vet whose oldest son is proudly serving his country in military and is stationed in Afghanistan.

His wife is a dedicated nurse at the local county hospital.
The youngest son is an aspiring country music singer itching to get to the big city to broaden his horizons.

There's definitely trouble in the heartland in this one. There's lots of fast paced action, powerful scenes, but there are also lots of fun, humorous and lighthearted moments. The show has many beautiful ballads, up tempo rockers and toe tapping country flavored tunes.

Be sure to come on down to the Ernest Tubb's Texas Troubadour Theater right next to Opryland and see it for yourself!

Directed and Choreographed by Barry & Dari Anne Amato
The show debuts January 29, 2010 | For tickets call 615.889.2474 or 615.255.7503