Promoter Bob Teague regularly brings little-known or underappreciated songwriters to town to play intimate shows in the Red Door Tavern's small party room (redubbed the Listening Room for these shows). This week, Tennessee songwriter Nathan Bell (son of poet Marvin Bell) stops by the space.

Promoter Bob Teague regularly brings little-known or underappreciated songwriters to town to play intimate shows in the Red Door Tavern's small party room (redubbed the Listening Room for these shows). This week, Tennessee songwriter Nathan Bell (son of poet Marvin Bell) stops by the space.

Bell has shared the stage with Townes Van Zandt, Emmylou Harris and fellow Red Door visitor Eric Taylor, playing the sort of dusty-throated, acoustic Americana that Steve Earle fans will appreciate. (Safe bet)