On tonight’s episode of Bar Rescue, Jon Taffer and crew are in Dickson, Tennessee to rescue The Wanted Saloon – The Last Honky Tonk. During the rescue, Jon decided to change the name of The Wanted Saloon to The Dickson Bar.
The Wanted Saloon episode was filmed in late November 2017, with the official Bar Rescue relaunch on December 1, 2017. The bar is still operating under the new name.
The Dickson Bar is owned and operated by husband and wife team Ashley Warcewicz and JD Outlaw. Ashley also holds down a job as a Contracting Officer at U.S. Department of the Interior, while JD pursues a career as a country southern grunge musician.
A Closer Look
- Here are the Facebook pages for bar owners Ashley Warcewicz and JD Outlaw. In addition to his personal FB page, JD also has a JD Outlaw Facebook fan page, JD Outlaw website, and Twitter account. You can also catch JD at Reverb Nation, where a playlist of his tunes are available for your listening pleasure.
- Here’s The Dickson Bar Facebook page, and the ‘The Wanted Saloon” Website which is no longer maintained.
- Recent online reviews are available via Facebook (positive) and Google Reviews (positive)
The Dickson Bar Robbed
On July 27, JD took to Facebook to tell his friends that The Dickson was robbed while he was away in Boston on a photo shoot. You can read his full post below:
Soo I don’t post too often but tonight while I was in Boston having a photo shoot with fam my bartender from my bar…
Here’s JD performing More Than Meets The Eye
Here’s the Google Street View of “The Wanted Saloon” prior to the Bar Rescue makeover:
Episode Promo Videos
Absentee Owner and Husband
This bar owner’s lack of effort in his business is causing financial and personal problems in his relationship with his wife.
I Think You’re a Freeloader
Jon Taffer tries to make this couple honest with each other about their problems.
Images – YouTube/Screengrab