NASHVILLE, Tenn. (December 9, 2016) – Acclaimed singer/songwriter Paulette Carlson returns to Music City this weekend, as she hosts Ernest Tubb Record Shop’s Midnite Jamboree on Saturday night, December 10. The former leading lady of award-winning country group Highway 101 will perform alongside special guests that evening at the Texas Troubadour Theatre (2416 Music Valley Drive, Nashville, TN 37214).

“It is such an honor to be hosting the Midnite Jamboree: a great, traditional radio show with so much history. I am excited to share the stage with my special guests -- my friends David Frizzell, Julie Keech-Harris and Joe Rucker,” said Carlson.
Fans can get a sneak preview into what to expect on Saturday night by tuning in to 650 AM WSM on Friday at 4:15 P.M. CT, as Carlson catches up with Nan Kelley and Devon O’Day on the station’s “Nashville Today” show.

The Ernest Tubb Record Shop’s Midnite Jamboree is the second longest running radio show in history, and Jennifer Herron will serve as the M.C. for the evening. Admission to the event is FREE for all fans. Midnite Jamboree also broadcasts on 650 AM WSM, and can also be heard live at

About Paulette Carlson:
Throughout the last thirty years, Paulette Carlson has established herself as one of the most distinctive song stylists in country music. A founding member and former lead vocalist of CMA and ACM award-winning country group Highway 101, Carlson penned chart-toppers for the band such as “The Bed You Made for Me” and “All the Reasons Why.” After leading the them to 10 Top 10 singles and multiple Grammy nominations, Carlson embarked on a solo endeavor, which led to hits like “I’ll Start With You.” The heartfelt vocalist continues to make music that reminds fans of the voice they fell in love with, and has many surprises in store for the next chapter of her career.