For the fourth straight year, the ole Bus, “a writer’s room on wheels,” will take to the open roads on the 2014 edition of the ole Write Where You Are Tour. This artist-songwriter gathering runs from April 10 through July 4.
The ole Write Where You Are Tour launched in 2011, and allows artists to use down-time when they are on tour to write with ole’s roster of songwriters. The initiative found a successful launch when ole writer Ryan Tyndell co-wrote “Springsteen” with Eric Church; the song went on to become a chart-topper and a signature song for Church.
“We’re starting a little bit earlier this year and we already have all of April, half of May and half of June booked,” says ole GM, Nashville Creative John Ozier. “Right now, we have dates booked for ole writers Brett Jones, Josh Dorr, Bruce Wallace, Marty Dodson and Dave Turnbull. Of course, my goal is to make sure that all of our writers get a shot at being on the bus because it is such an intimate environment for creating hit songs. On the artist side, we’re starting out with a new duo by the name of Striking Matches as well as singer/songwriter Ashley Monroe; Bigger Picture artist Craig Campbell; Warner Bros. recording artist Jana Kramer; EMI Records Nashville artist Eric Paslay, who is coming off a #1 record; and Stoney Creek Records artists Randy Houser and Thompson Square. There are also dates on hold for Florida Georgia Line and Danielle Bradbery from The Voice.”
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