The Bluebird Cafe is the flagship club for Nashville Writer's Nights. Wade joined Buddy Jewell, Britton Curry, Bobby Carmichael, and Rivers Rutherford for a round robin style performance before a very receptive packed house. The event benefited Katrina survivors.
By design, a Writer's Night features songs sung by the author. They may be well-known or as yet unpublished, something old or something so new that the ink isn't dry yet. Bluebird audiences come to listen and they appreciate the music.
On the first round, Wade sang "She Knows Me (But Loves Me Anyway)." On subsequent rounds he did two as yet un-recorded songs, "Blessings in Disguise." and "The Devil Song." This tongue in cheek romp was the crowd pleaser of the evening (got the loudest applause). He closed with his signature hit, "Old Enough to Know Better."