Songwriters On The Road is a night with the hit-makers! Best described as a three- writer, Bluebird Cafe style guitar pull, it's a very entertaining alternative to the usual band or singer/songwriter performance. The audience may not immediately know the names or faces of some of these performers, but they will know their catalog of mega-hits and will get to learn the stories behind the songs!
Songwriters on the Road is a wonderfully relaxing listening event. The songwriters we can bring to your event are quite capable of selling out live listening rooms and restaurants that provide entertainment with their dining experience. The show is also perfect for the intimate house concert setting. Corporations may find that Songwriters On The Road is very memorable when booked as entertainment for hospitality functions, vendor or customer appreciation events, and company conferences. In addition, Songwriters on the Road, when booked at Historical Theaters or Performing Arts Centers, can generate profits which can make a quarterly series quite attractive!
We will work hand-in-hand with your venue and/or organization to make Songwriters On The Road a complete success by promoting the show through local radio, TV and print media, as well as utilizing social media.
Vassallo Interviews: Byron Hill & Wil Nance To Rock Out In Oxford -hottytoddy.com, Oxford, MS | Byron Hill and Wil Nance, two sensational songwriter/performers from Nashville, will be performing in Oxford on February 6th at the PowerHouse. These gentleman have outstanding credentials! All attending next Friday night are in for a very special treat. Read more...
Three Singer-Songwriters Come to Social 165 -The Pilot, Southern Pines, NC | The famous songwriters of America’s cricket-hum Sundays, soldier farewells and green lovers ritualistically perform at the The Bluebird Cafe, a stripmall venue in Nashville. On Tuesday, June 17, at 7:30 p.m, Pinehurst’s Social 165 will host its own version of the “intimate cafe setting, where the writers tell the stories behind the songs,” says Roxie Dean, one of the songwriters. Read more...
Byron Hill, Friends Bring Nashville to Winston-Salem For A Special Night -Relish, Winston-Salem, NC | Songwriters are often overlooked because their work is mostly behind the scenes. But in the Nashville market — where Byron Hill, John Ford Coley and Roxie Dean serenaded music lovers for decades — they are a driving force on the forefront of the artistic landscape. Read more...
Scene and Heard -The Winston-Salem Journal, Winston-Salem, NC | The Milton Rhodes Center for the Arts was standing room only for the first Songwriters on the Road performance on Wednesday. Ahead of the main show featuring Byron Hill, John Ford Coley and Roxie Dean, local performers Michael Cosner, Jerry Blevins and Aubrey Shamel took the stage, sharing their thoughts about each song they performed. Read more...
Songwriter Show Has Local Ties -WFMY-TV, The Good Morning Show, Greensboro, NC | (VIDEO) If someone said to you "Hello girl. It's been a while. Not much. How 'bout you." could you name that song? If you were a fan of England Dan and John Ford Coley then you know that's their big hit from 1971. You can see John Ford Coley and some local performers at The Songwriters On The Road show in Winston-Salem this Wednesday. Read more...
"We mostly produce theatrical events here at The Hanesbrands Theatre in Winton-Salem, NC. Hosting 'Songwriters on the Road' and having it turn out to be such a rousing success is exciting and gives us a whole new fanbase to pull from." -Liz May, Director, Hanesbranes Theatre
"The very first concert I saw at 14 was England Dan and John Ford Coley. To once again relive the hits and meet Mr. Coley up close and personal was the thrill a lifetime!" -Valerie Moore Hawkins, Show Attendee
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