Ashley McBryde is this week’s One Minute with Monique!
The story behind Ashley McBryde’s “A Little Dive Bar In Dahlonega” is that McBryde was having one of those off days that could possibly pass as a worst day ever. She was ready to call it a day and just get to know the songwriters she was with.
That’s when one of the songwriters, Jesse Rice, co-writer of Florida Georgia Line’s Cruise, started talking about the events that took place on his worst day ever.
On his way out of Atlanta his car had broken down in a small town of Dahlonega. While he was waiting for the tow truck he decided to get a drink at a bar called The Crimson Moon. While he was there he met a girl who then became his wife.
That’s how you turn your not so fortunate day into a pot of gold! Listen to the full story and song here.
McBryde has shared the stage with Brothers Osborne, Hank Williams Jr., Willie Nelson, Chris Stapleton and Eric Church. Last April, Eric Church brought McBryde on stage to perform an acoustic version of McBryde’s new song, “Bible and a .44”. He even gave himself the title of “Massive Fan” of Ashley McBryde.
Check it out here.
Be sure to see Ashley McBryde live this April in Irvine, CA as she opens for Luke Combs. Find tickets here.