Reserve Seats Now...

Are you wondering, "Wasn't this originally announced as a Ladies Gun Club concert?" Yes it was.
There's bad news and good news.
The bad news: LGC's Sarah Roberts had to pull out due to a scheduling conflict.
The good news: The incredible Brian Wright will join LGC's Sally Jaye for the concert.
Sally was an accomplished solo artist before teaming with Sarah to form Ladies Gun Club.
So with Sally, we'll get some great solo material, plus plenty of LGC goodness...
...Plus Brian. We've wanted to bring Brian to the (ware)HOUSE since we started hosting concerts.
No question about it.  This is good news.
Read the bios and check out the videos below.
This is going to be a good one...

Reserve Your Seat(s) for Sally Jaye + Brian Wright at the (ware)HOUSE

Saturday, April 13

Sally and Brian's payment for this event comes solely from ticket and merchandise sales. We don't pocket a penny (in fact, we eat the cost for credit card processing).

You must reserve your spot(s) to attend the event.

All seats are general admission. We set up our venue like a big living room with comfy sofas and easy chairs. Everyone will have a great, comfortable seat.

You can reserve your spots and make a suggested donation ($20 per seat), or you can reserve spots and make your donation at the door.

When you buy or reserve seats on this site, we will add you to the guest list. You do not need to present a ticket to be admitted. But no one will be admitted at the door without first buying/reserving tickets from this page. 


About Sally Jaye


Sally Jaye has spent most of her career as a singer-songwriter-musician as a solo artist, part of the duo, Ladies Gun Club, the punk trio, The Rodgers, and as a side musician/singer in various bands including Brian Wright and the Waco Tragedies. As a touring artist, she has shared the stage with Patty Griffin, Civil Wars, Aaron Lee Tasjan, Lucinda Williams, Zac Brown Band, Elizabeth Cook, Allison Moorer, and more.

Her band, Ladies Gun Club, received over a quarter of a million views for their music video and cover of “Road to Nowhere” after being officially endorsed by Talking Heads.

In addition she has licensed music for network television shows, written tracks for film recorded with the London Symphony Orchestra, and in 2016 appeared in the feature film, Too Late, playing herself alongside two-time Oscar nominated actor, Jon Hawkes. She also appeared as a recurring character on the CBS drama, Christy, acting alongside Oscar winner, Tess Harper and sang with legendary folk singer, Judy Collins.

In 2016, Sally Jaye and critically acclaimed songwriter and husband Brian Wright, started the independent record company Cafe Rooster Records out of East Nashville. Since the two years of being open, the label has been featured in Rolling Stone, Pop Matters, American Songwriter, and curated label variety shows with Rodney Crowell as well as opening for The Mavericks at the 2017 AmericanaFest kickoff party.

For the past two years, the label has hosted their own AmericanaFest event that last year was called by Pop Matters and Mojo one of the top “must sees” at the festival.  Besides being the home for three recording artists, the label has also participated in campaigns for Planned Parenthood, the ACLU, Relief Retreats (an opioid addiction treatment program) and Southern Alliance for People and Animal Welfare.

About Brian Wright

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Brian Wright ( was born and raised in Texas, but spent his first few years of life traveling in a VW bus, living in motel rooms while his father, a Vietnam Vet, worked as a pipeline surveyor before they settled in Lorena, TX, a farming community just south of Waco.

In 2002, barely out of high school, Wright moved to Los Angeles where for many years he became one of the more revered centerpieces of the famous Hotel Cafe music scene in Hollywood - a songwriter, multi-instrumentalist and band leader of The Waco Tragedies, an eight-piece band of some of Hollywood’s finest musicians and harmonizers. During that time, Wright made two albums, Dog Ears and Bluebird, with this band and began a touring career in the US, Europe and South America, creating a buzz around Wright’s depth of songs and musicality.

In 2010, he holed up in a Laurel Canyon studio and created along with co-producer, Mike Vizcarra, his third critically acclaimed album, House on Fire. Wright played nearly every instrument, and the album caught the attention of Grammy award-winning producer and engineer, Gary Paczosa, who also serves as A&R for Sugar Hill Records. Paczosa signed Wright, which was followed by a publishing deal with BMG/ Chrysalis.

Sugar Hill released House on Fire, and as Wright spent a great deal of time on the road sharing the stage with the Milk Carton Kids, Joe Purdy and LeeAnn Womack he quickly followed up House on Fire with Rattle Their Chains.

Just before the release of Rattle Their Chains, Wright moved to Nashville and was quickly welcomed into the thriving East Nashville music scene, where he has since been showcased the last five years at the Americana Festival, appeared on Music City Roots, written songs with Guy Clark, played and collaborated with the scene’s top players and songwriters like his most recent spot as electric guitar player for New West recording artist, Aaron Lee Tasjan.

In addition, Wright pieced together his own recording studio in a backyard shed, where a new chapter of songs and collaborations has been born. Now after expanding the studio, Wright co-owns Cafe Rooster Records, a two year-old independent East Nashville record label.

In 2016, Wright released, The SneakUps, a compilation of his more rock n roll, never released recordings, once again where he played most of the instruments himself; and Cafe Rooster Sessions, Vol. 1, followed up in 2017 with Cafe Rooster Sessions Vol. 2, a compilation produced by Wright. He is currently putting the finishing touches on a new album due for release in early 2019




Concert to Benefit Healing Action

Healing Action is committed to combating commercial sexual exploitation through a multi-system approach of creating awareness by sharing our experience / strength / hope with others, advocacy with/on behalf of survivors for programs and services needed to empower them, and healing action to create spaces where all can thrive.

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