Singer-songwriter Kristian Bush will be featured during an upcoming Songwriter Session at Nashville’s Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum on Saturday, Dec. 5 at 11:30 a.m. The weekly Songwriter Sessions allows visitors the opportunity to hear songwriters perform their hits and discuss their craft in an intimate setting.
Bush’s debut solo project, Southern Gravity, was released earlier this year, and boasts the Top 20 single, “Trailer Hitch.” Bush has earned six BMI songwriting awards, and founded his own publishing company/songwriting collective, Songs of the Architect, in 2011.
As a member of Sugarland, Bush co-wrote several of the band’s hits, including “Baby Girl,” “Settlin’,” “Something More,” “Stand Back Up,” “Stuck Like Glue” and “Want To.”
Following the program, Bush will sign copies of his album, available for purchase in the Museum Store.
Admission to the program is free for museum members and included with the purchase of a ticket to the museum. Museum members may reserve their passes in advance by calling 615-416-2050 or emailing [email protected].
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