Legendary radio personality Bob Kingsley welcomed a dozen of Nashville’s top songwriters, including Rhett Akins, Brandy Clark, Rodney Clawson, Ross Copperman, Andrew Dorff, Josh Kear, Shane McAnally, Heather Morgan, Tim Nichols, Josh Osborne, Jonathan Singleton, and Jimmy Yeary, for the annual CRS Acoustic Alley.
The event was co-sponsored by Bob Kingsley’s Country Top 40 and SunTrust Bank, with additional support from ASCAP Nashville, who provided attendees with a complimentary first drink of the evening.
Meanwhile, Big Machine Label Group’s Republic Nashville imprint highlighted songs from Cassadee Pope and Brett Young during a happy hour at The Palm in downtown Nashville.
Young, a California native and Big Machine Music writer, previewed several songs from upcoming debut “Sleep Without You.” Pope performed her Platinum-certified song “Wasting All These Tears,” as well as “I Am Invincible.” Fellow singer/songwriter Chris Young surprised the audience by performing an acoustic version of their duet “Think Of You” with Pope. The song, co-written by Chris Young, is featured on his album I’m Comin’ Over.
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