Jessup Cellars Explores the Heart & Mind of Nashville Artist Carey Ott on Saturday, October 13th

Jessup Cellars’ fifth season of its intimate Art House Sessions returns Saturday, October 13th with Nashville-based singer songwriter Carey Ott. The ‘conversation and song’ artist showcase series – produced in collaboration with Hollywood’s famed Hotel Café – has become a perennial hit with both locals and visitors to Yountville, the culinary capital of the Napa Valley.

Individual shows $45 general, $35 for members | Visit for Tickets

Once a month June through October on Saturday evenings, Art House Sessions goes inside the hearts and minds of its guest artists with conversation and song, openly interacting with guests. Set in Jessup Cellars’ newly remodeled Tasting Gallery with café-style seating, the evening includes artist showcase, light nosh hosted by Atelier by JCB, wine tasting and artist meet-and-greet.

The Carey Ott Story

Nashville singer-songwriter Carey Ott’s songs have been featured in episodes of Grey’s Anatomy, Private Practice and The Gates, as well as the feature films The Killing of John Lennon and 37.

Carey recently signed a publishing deal with IMAGEM, and in June 2018, released his newest album Scratchers with his band The Hard Ways. As a Nashville-based songwriter, Cary’s self-published song, “The Hard Way,” is set to be the title track of multi-platinum recording artist Gary Allan’s new album, following up the chart-topping success of 2013’s “Set You Free.”

Carey has had cuts with an eclectic collection of artists including Jack Tempchin, The Silver Seas, The Greencards and Dualtone artist Rebecca Roubion. His previous albums include the critically acclaimed Dualtone release Lucid Dream that Uncut Magazine praised for its “perceptive lyrics, supple and persuasive vocals and melodies that cling like superglue,” 2010’s Human Heart that Popmatters called “an epic of epic epicness,” and 2012’s Muddy Water that WRLT radio described as “a landscape of musical soul, grit and passion”, 2017’s Nocona was called “primal, righteous and melodic by Glide magazine.

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