Brandy Clark and Lindsay Ell Live Stream 22 August 2020

Lindsay Ell and Brandy Clark

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CMA Songwriters Series

CMA Songwriters Series In November

Series Features CMA Awards Nominees Brandy Clark and Jaren Johnston

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photo: Becky Fluke

NASHVILLE – As part of the events and activities leading up to “The 48th Annual CMA Awards” on Wednesday, Nov. 5, the CMA Songwriters Series will return to Nashville on Tuesday, Nov. 4 (9:00 PM/CT) at the CMA Theater at the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum (222 Fifth Ave. South). The CMA Songwriters Series will feature 2014 CMA Awards nominees Brandy Clark and Jaren Johnston (other songwriters to be announced soon).

Clark received two CMA nominations this year: New Artist of the Year and Song of the Year (for the Kacey Musgraves’ hit “Follow Your Arrow,” which she co-wrote with Musgraves and Shane McAnally). Her debut album 12 Stories was named the best album of 2013 in any genre by New York Magazine, New York Post, Boston Globe, and NPR’s Ann Powers, among others. Clark also wrote Miranda Lambert’s No. 1 hit “Mama’s Broken Heart” (with McAnally and Musgraves), The Band Perry’s No.1 hit “Better Dig Two” (with McAnally and Trevor Rosen) as well as songs recorded by Sheryl Crow, Craig Morgan, Reba, LeAnn Rimes, Darius Rucker, Keith Urban, Gretchen Wilson, and more.  She will embark on Eric Church’s “The Outsiders World Tour” beginning Oct. 16.

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Photo courtesy: Big Machine Label Group

Johnston also boasts two CMA Awards nominations. He is nominated in the Single of the Year category for co-producing Dierks Bentley’s “Drunk On A Plane” as well as for Album of the Year for co-producing Bentley’s Riser. He also wrote 2014 CMA Single and Musical Event of the Year nominated song “Meanwhile Back at Mama’s,” recorded by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill. Johnston also penned No. 1 songs for Urban (“You Gonna Fly”) and Jake Owen (“Beachin’”). He is a member of Big Machine Records recording group The Cadillac Three, who are currently on Owen’s “Days Of Gold Tour.”

Tickets for the Nov. 4 CMA Songwriters Series at the CMA Theater located in the Country Music Hall of Fame are on sale today and are $30 for floor and mezzanine seating and $20 for first and second tier seating. To order tickets, visit CMASongwritersSeries.com.

The CMA Songwriters Series kicked off its 10th Anniversary season with standing-room-only shows at the Sundance Film Festival in January, and has performed shows in Paradise Island, Bahamas as part of the Atlantis Live Paradise Music Festival Presented by HGTV, Chicago, New York, and London in 2014.

Also in 2014, CMA has partnered with public television’s critically-acclaimed concert series “Front and Center” to present two separate hour-long concert specials for the 2014 fall season. The shows will feature the music of CMA Award winner and 2014 CMA Awards nominee Lady Antebellum as they are joined by special songwriter guests, and a special 10th Anniversary CMA Songwriters Series celebration with CMA Award winner and 2014 CMA Awards nominee Bentley. Bentley will be joined by top songwriters Jim Beavers, Ross Copperman, Brett James, and Jon Randall. The episodes, which taped earlier this year in Nashville, are scheduled to air this month leading up to “The 48th Annual CMA Awards.” Check local listings for dates and times.

For nearly a decade, the CMA Songwriters Series has provided a platform for the artisans who, through their craft, pen hits that touch the lives of millions of music fans. Since it began at Joes’ Pub in New York City in 2005, the CMA Songwriters Series has presented more than 75 shows in 15 cities, including Austin, Boston, Belfast, Chicago, Dublin, London, Los Angeles, New York, Paris, Phoenix, and Washington, D.C. at the renowned Library of Congress.

The series has featured 132 of music’s most gifted storytellers who collectively have 71 CMA Song of the Year nominations.

Some of the artists that have been part of the series include Bentley, Clint Black, Kix Brooks, Kenny Chesney, Billy Currington, Randy Houser, Miranda Lambert, Little Big Town, Patty Loveless, Ronnie Milsap, Kip Moore, David Lee Murphy, Gretchen Peters, Kellie Pickler, Darius Rucker, The Band Perry, Josh Turner, Carrie Underwood, Phil Vassar, and Chris Young.

For more information on the CMA Songwriters Series visit CMAsongwritersseries.com.

ASCAP, BMI, and SESAC are the official partners of the CMA Songwriters Series.


Lee Ann Womack Shares The Way I’m Livin’

Lee Ann Womack

Lee Ann Womack Releases The Way I’m Livin’

Lee Ann WomackReleased Sept. 23 by Sugar Hill Records, Lee Ann Womack’s The Way I’m LIvin’ begins with a wounded whisper, followed by a gospel rouser that somehow begs for mercy while asserting the fervor of devotion, a heartbreaking account of one more night in a forsaken saloon, an exhilarating, string-soared plea for some way to reconcile these extremes … and so on through 13 songs that unfold like chapters in recounting a life nearly lost to turbulence and trouble.


Perhaps the most surprising thing about this celebration of narrative writing and nuanced vocal interpretation is that it all came together without much design. In fact, there was only one light guiding Womack and her producer/ husband Frank Liddell as they took their first steps in preproduction. Read more →