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'Tunesmithing' Songwriters Night To Celebrate Holidays With Dec. 16 Show

Event date: 12/16/2017
Location: Nashville

NASHVILLE -- "Tunesmithing" songwriters night will celebrate the holiday season with a special show from 7-9:30 p.m. Dec. 16 (Saturday) at WXYZ Restaurant/Bar at the Aloft Nashville West End Hotel, 1719 West End Ave. Attendees will enjoy original and classic holiday songs, poems and/or stories by AJ Bigler, Sally Burgess, Kelley Cline, Wil Comstock, Valerie Connelly, Gordon Ellis, Suzahn Fiering, Dar Frantz, Mark Horwitz, Les Kerr, Candy Paull, Angel Pontier, and Chuck Whiting. Admission is free. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Nashville composer/educator/publicist Chuck Whiting will emcee the show. Songwriter/audio engineer AJ Bigler will handle sound. "Tunesmithing" songwriters showcase is sponsored by Music City Arts Network and Shine Time Books and Music. The monthly show was founded in 2003 to spotlight emerging, professional and hit songwriters, as well as artists of all kinds. The event offers mentoring, career growth and networking opportunities for artists at all levels. For more information about "Tunesmithing", call (615) 423-9857, write Info@Tunesmithing.com, or visit http://www.Tunesmithing.com.



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