Believe it or not, this October marks the 10th anniversary of the premiere of “Nashville,” the TV series — which led to a deluge of Music City-centric shows.
Maybe you remember (or try to forget) shows like “Private Lives of Nashville Wives,” “Music City,” and “Bachelorette Weekend.”
Anyway, now that the smoke has cleared, there’s a new comedy series with Nashville as the backdrop – made by longtime local residents.
“Nashville Dads Club,” featuring Nashvillians Phillip Cordell, Rashad Rayford and Dean Shortland, just wrapped up its second season on YouTube. Don’t feel left out if you’re not a parent, as the show is more about modern male bonding than parenting.
Each 2-5 minute episode sees dads bouncing from one corner of Nashville to the next, with guest stars from local personalities. They’ve hit the gym with CrossFit champ Mat Fraser, sparred on the playground with Cadillac Three frontman Jaren Johnston, and signed up for (what they think is) a yoga class with the author. -songwriter Korby Lenker.
There are also some slight diversions from the modern Music City. In the Season 2 premiere, a local con man (played by former “Still The King” co-star Jon Sewell) attempts to introduce dads to a new “transportation” concept – the Treadmill Tavern – which, according to him, “will really appeal to people today”. health conscious modern black drunk.
Both seasons of “Nashville Dads Club” are streaming in full on YouTube. For more information, visit www.https://www.nashvilledadsclub.com.