NMG’s monthly spotlight on notable songwriters. Written by Debi Champion.
Last spring was bound to be busy for the “God Bless The USA” singer and songwriter Lee Greenwood, when a controversy outside Boston earned Greenwood […]
“Baby I Confess, I Was Not Expecting This”
Just kidding, I was. As a Matt Wertz fan since 2008, I was thrilled to hear that he would not only be playing on Vandy’s campus, but he would be playing right in front of my dorm.
Wertz performed in the newly added lounge in Rand dining hall. The lounge created such a cool environment, with an intimate atmosphere for the hundred-student turnout. Saying that the performance was awesome is not an adequate explanation – I went in stressed and left feeling so uplifted. Let me explain … […]
When Dallas Davidson moved to Nashville to be a songwriter, calling him a long shot would’ve been a tremendous understatement. He’d never been in a band; he didn’t pick up a guitar (or any other instrument) until he was in his mid-20s, and was still learning how to play when he moved to Nashville. […] […]
nny Wells has already had a very successful songwriting career and the best part is, he’s just getting warmed up. A member of BMI’s ultra exclusive Million-Air Club, his songs have been recorded by a long list of artists which include: Tracy Byrd, Collin Raye, Bill Anderson, Joe Diffie, Sara Evans, Jo Dee Messina, Julie Roberts, John Michael Montgomery, Billy Ray Cyrus, Confederate Railroad, James […] […]