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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Former Big Al's to become a new country nightclub soon

This past Spring, one the Inland Northwest's most popular nightclub's, Big Al's Country Club of State Line,ID shut it's doors for the final time. We've never heard the official reasoning for the closure but have heard of both health issues and even that the business was losing money due to alcoholism from a owner of the business.

But after a Summer season of the big red bar sitting empty it looks like there soon will be new life for the well positioned club.

Signs are up now confirming that where Big Al's once was, will so be, Jeremy's Nashville North. Nashville North is a new country themed night club that should open sometime in October. The business has been purchased and will be operated by Country music recording artist Jeremy McComb .

McComb , who's own country music career began in the State Line bar, plans to continue much of what Big Al's offered. The new bar also promises to bring performances from " top notch Nashville Talent " . The business will also be hiring an unspecified amount of new staff for a full experience.

Nashville North will be more then just a bar, as the business is planning to also offer some food. The bar will partner with a Coeur d' Alene based BBQ business called Bohica Smoke to bring some food options in addition to the bar.

Nashville North mentions they will announce their official opening day sometime this week via their Facebook page. To follow along, and for more information on this exciting new nightclub find them at-