A recent social media post about selling The Nail created an overwhelming response that touched us and especially my dad. For the first time we saw hope in fighting for our beloved bar. My dad is too proud to ever ask for help, so my sister and I are here to try. (He even insists to eventually pay everyone back and have a Thank-You party)
The Rusty Nail Tavern was established in 1948 and our father has owned it since 1997. The Nail has always been a stepping stone for up and coming bands. The live music community depends on venues like this. My sister and I practically grew up there. Many friends, fans, patrons, and bands have called The Nail "a home away from home." If we can make it through this pandemic, maybe we stand a chance to keep The Nail alive.
We are so grateful for any help and the incredible amount of kind messages. We do not want this to be another venue to say goodbye to Rock n' Roll.
Jess and Nicole
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If you'd like to learn more about the history of the Rusty Nail Nightclub.
Go to: www.thenail1.com and click on the History page.
The Rusty Nail Facebook Page:
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