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2024 Songwriter's Series at McLemore
2024 Songwriter's Series at McLemore

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McLemore Club

2024 Songwriter's Series at McLemore

Join us for six evenings of music at McLemore’s 4th Annual Songwriter’s Series.

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Jun 20, 2024, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM EDT

McLemore Club, 32 Clubhouse Ln, Rising Fawn, GA 30738, USA

About the event

Join us for an evening of music at McLemore’s 4th Annual Songwriter’s Series. Located atop Lookout Mountain, enjoy the sounds of critically acclaimed artists in a breathtaking setting. Attendees can purchase a variety of food and bar options.

The series is made possible by presenting sponsors Land Rover Chattanooga & FirstBank.

The event is for all ages and is open to the public. Rain or shine. Tickets are non-refundable.

Tickets are available online.

Featured Artists:

June 20th: Eric Paslay

Country artist Eric Paslay delivers a powerful punch as a renowned Platinum-selling, GRAMMY-nominated hit songwriter, artist, and performer. He’s celebrated five No. 1 hits, including his smash lead single from his critically acclaimed self-titled debut album, “Friday Night.” The Temple, Texas native has earned numerous songwriter award nominations, including Grammy’s Best Country Song, ACM’s Song of the Year twice, and the CMA Song of The Year for “Even If It Breaks Your Heart.” Eric was also honored with a Grammy nomination as an artist in 2016 for Best Country Duo/Group Performance for “The Driver”- a collaboration with friends Charles Kelley and Dierks Bentley. And in 2022, Eric continues to see success as a songwriter, having co-penned Keith Urban’s latest hit “Wild Hearts.”

July 18th: Javier Colón

Blessed with a stunningly soulful voice, uncanny songwriting talent, charismatic personality, and commanding stage presence, Javier Colon has already won the attention of an international fan base that's embraced his personally charged, acoustic-textured blend of pop, rock, and R&B, an effortlessly distinctive style that he's dubbed "acoustic soul."

Having been introduced to millions of TV viewers as the winner on the inaugural season of NBC's The Voice, singer-songwriter-guitarist Colon is set to take his recording career to the next level with Gravity, his fourth album and his first for Concord Records.

August 15th: Johnny Bulford & Heidi Raye

Johnny Bulford won a National singing competition, The Colgate Country Showdown, moved to Nashville, and signed a publishing deal at Warner Chappell. He co-wrote the #1 hit singles “A Woman Like You” by Lee Brice and “Lonely Eyes” by Chris Young, as well as several major label recording artist album cuts. Johnny has been awarded as a multi-platinum-selling songwriter, won NSAI's "Top 10 Songs I Wish I'd Written," and received an ACM Song Of The Year nomination.

Canadian-born singer Heidi Raye has shared the stage with Kenny Chesney, Randy Travis, Jason Aldean, Reba McEntire, and more. She wrote for a Country Music Hall of Famer’s publishing company, Harlan Howard Songs, for 8 years, where she co-wrote “Working On That,” recorded by NBC’s “The Voice” Winner, Sundance Head. Heidi has had 3 top 100 Radio singles as an artist, has been featured on Spotify's New Boots and Wild Country playlists, and has had one #1 Radio Single, “Worth A Shot,” in the UK.

September 15th: Charles Esten

Some remember him as a master of improv from “Whose Line is It Anyway?” – others may know him as Deacon Claybourne on the hit ABC series NASHVILLE and more recently as Ward Cameron on Netflix’s OUTER BANKS. He’s also an artist who recently released a new album earlier this year.

October 10th: Raul Malo

Raul Malo is the incomparable frontman of genre-defying, GRAMMY Award-winning band The Mavericks and the sole writer of many of their songs. His free-wheeling, swaggering style seamlessly blends neotraditional country, rock ‘n roll, and Latin rhythmic fervor and prominently features his lush, soaring baritone. His compositional craftsmanship includes progressive and timeless hits like “Here Comes the Rain,” “What a Crying Shame”, “Dance the Night Away”, “Back in Your Arms Again” and “All You Ever Do is Bring Me Down.” From his earliest days, when his raucous sound broke ground at the punk clubs on Miami Beach, to fronting the Mavericks over three decades of acclaimed touring and recording, Malo has demonstrated an unfailing skill for getting people to groove.

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