Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Jamie Lynn Spears Pursuing Country Career, Performs at The Rutledge and Puckett's

Posted By on Tue, Nov 15, 2011 at 1:54 PM

Well. So. Twenty-year-old Jamie Lynn Spears is, of course, known for her fine work on Nickelodeon's All That and Zoey 101, as well as ... hmmm. Isn't there something else she's known for? I'm drawing a blank. Oh right! She's known for her original country tunes. At least, she is as of this month. As this Fair & Balanced article reports, Spears played a set at The Rutledge on Nov. 7 to a crowd that included her parents, Pam Tillis and, as far as we know, no one named Britney. Spears the younger also apparently reappeared onstage last night, this time at Puckett's. Puckett's sent a press release:

Britney Spears' little sister, Jamie Lynn, gave a surprise mini-concert at Puckett's in Nashville Monday night. She played several original country songs during her set.

Spears, who has been living in Nashville for the past two years, has been rumored to be working on a country album. "The girl can sing!" said one attendee. "The Crowd was really into it and there was a great atmosphere in here tonight."

"One attendee" could not be reached for further comment. Also, when the words "has been rumored to be" appear in a press release, our brains basically convert that to "is," right? I mean, if she's not working on a country album in Nashville, then why does her website have that Google Maps thing going on? Anyway, see also: Jennifer Love Hewitt, Jessica Simpson. Puckett's was also kind enough to send along some photos from last night's performance, so click on through to the other side if that's something you want to see.

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