Nashville Traditions Comes To Bell Buckle Banquet Hall

The Bell Buckle Banquet Hall and Theatre in historic downtown Bell Buckle, Tenn., is pleased to announce that they are new the hosts of Nashville Traditions, which airs on WSM Radio. Join them this Thursday night, Jan. 6 at 6:00 CT for a fun-filled evening.

“We at Nashville Traditions are very excited to announce that our next two shows will be recorded at the new Bell Buckle Banquet Hall and Theatre,” said Alan Keckritz, the show’s producer.  “We hope to make Bell Buckle our little home away from home.”

Thursday’s guests include Chris Scruggs, King of the Hillbilly Pickers and grandson of banjo legend Earl Scruggs; Phillip Steinmetz and the Sunny Tennesseans, great nephew of Grandpa Jones; Shane Adkins, five-time world champion thumbstyle guitarist; Wailin’ Wood, the harmonica man; Vic Graves, Dobro picking comedian from East Tennessee; and many more!  The show will air on Jan. 21st.

The show will be co-hosted by Bell Buckle’s hometown Americana darlings Valerie Smith & Liberty Pike featuring Becky Buller.

$15 for the show PLUS a BBQ buffet from the world-famous Bell Buckle Cafe.  Tickets for MUSIC ONLY are $5.  Doors open and the buffet begins at 6 pm.  The music starts at 7 pm.  Come early and enjoy fine shopping while you wait, all within walking distance of the banquet hall.

Nashville Traditions is broadcast weekly after the Friday night Grand Ole Opryâ„¢ on 650 WSM and online at from midnight to 1 am CST.

The Bell Buckle Banquet Hall is located behind the Cat’s Meow and Country Pickin’s in downtown Bell Buckle, Tenn., just a short drive south of Nashville off  I-24 and 231 S.  For more information, visit