Join us for our third annual Songwriter’s Night this Saturday, September 16, 2017 at 7pm. We are excited to welcome back Randy Albright as our emcee and singer/songwriter. This year’s event, A Knight of Song Under the Stars, features an amazing star-studded line up with some of the music industries top-notch songwriters. You are sure to recognize songs from this year’s talent: Frank Myers, Jimmy Nichols (keyboardist), Eddy Raven, and Danny Wells.
Arrive at JPII around 6pm with a picnic or plan to enjoy a meal from one of the on-site savory food trucks! Bring a lawn chair or purchase a premium front row seat in the JPII courtyard. Gather your friends and settle in by 7pm to enjoy a night you won’t soon forget! You are in for a real treat . . . this is a 21+ adult only event so bring your neighbors, friends and adult family members!
Questions? Interested in sponsoring the event? Please call Michelle Barber ~ 615-772-1331. BUY YOUR TICKETS TODAY!
Originally from Roanoke Rapids, NC, DANNY WELLS headed out to Music City after receiving his Associates Degree from Southwestern College in Oklahoma City. He landed his first job on Music Row with Town and Country Productions, mailing records for Warner Brothers. After receiving his Bachelor’s degree from Belmont University, he began working as a song plugger for a music publishing company. Wells is recognized for writing several number one hits, including “Check Yes Or No,” “These Days,” and “Couldn’t Last A Moment.”
EDDY RAVEN got his start in the industry over 50 years ago selling records and working in the sound studios at La Louisianne Records in Lafayette, Louisiana. It was there that he worked with regional and national stars and began his career as a singer-songwriter. In his long career, Eddy Raven has written and recorded several number one hits, including “I Got Mexico.”
FRANK MEYERS has been in the music industry since 1981, beginning his career as band leader, road manager and lead guitarist for Eddy Raven. Since then, he has written several number one hits including “I Swear” and “I’m Already There,” earning him numerous GRAMMY, CMA, ACM, and other awards and nominations. Myers is a parishioner at St. John Vianney Church in Gallatin.