What happens when unstoppable Nashville music talent runs smack Dab’ into the tallest Mountain between Chicago and Miami?…you get the best little Weekend anywhere south of the Mason/Dixon Line. You say, “what’ja talkin’ ‘bout”. I’m talkin’ ‘bout _Live Music on the Mountain at Jim Oliver’s Smoke House! Every Friday and Saturday night, starting at 6:30 pm Central Time, Every Weekend on Monteagle Mountain, Tennessee, near Sewanee.
Marla Sitten, of Nashville Music Space and Radio Active Promotions, has put together a Legendary line up of “Singers and Songwriters” to perform “Acoustic style”, that’s unplugged to some of ya’ll, at the Smoke House Music Room on Monteagle Mountain, Tennessee; No Admission Charged. Names like Alex Harvey, Dave Gibson, Wynn Varble, Chris Wallin, The Henningsens, Greg Crow, Ira Dean, Runaway Home, Flat River Band, Aaron Barker, Jason Link, Nolan Neil, Jason Lee Wilson, Clay Canfield, Jerry Sallie, Tawny River, Nicole Johnson, Devon O’Day, Kim McLean, Jason Lee Wilson, Lonnie Spiker, Shawn Mayer, Dave Pahanish, Stella Parton, Tommy Barnes, and many others play regularly at the Smoke House.
During the show, or before the show, sample some of Betsy Oliver’s fine Southern Cookin’! She always prepares a delicious Weekend menu that would make Paula Dean envious including Smoked Pork BBQ Ribs, Smoked Roast Beef, Southern Fried Chicken & Skillet Corn Bread. The Menu is Fabulous! Special Deep Fried Catfish Cookin’ for Friday Night, and Big Brunch Buffet on Sunday, Breakfast served all day long, and the regular daily menu offerings served 6:30 am to 10 pm. Smokin’ Man Mike will give you some samples of his nearly famous smoked BBQ Ribs-Brisket-Chicken, and then tell you how you can make it right at home with our 20 flavors of sauces and 10 flavors of meat rubs. The Smoke House…it’s a national treasure you’ve got to experience!
Come stay overnight at our Lodge in a King or Queen bedroom or retreat inside one of our 20 Family & Couple Get-A-Way Cabins and Cottages w/real wood burning fireplaces, jacuzzi tubs, flat screen TVs, leather sofas, and full kitchens to “warm up your leftovers from the Smoke House”.