In Photos: ASCAP, Shenandoah, Meghan Trainor, John Michael Montgomery, Josh Brannon Band

ASCAP Benefits Room In The Inn

​​Pictured (L-R): Carnival Music songwriter Marla Cannon-Goodman, Room In The Inn Executive Director Rachel Hester, songwriter RL Castleman, Room In The Inn Founder Charlie Stroebel, songwriter Jason Sellers, ASCAP’s Robert Filhart and Peermusic songwriter Neil Thrasher at The Bluebird Cafe

ASCAP featured several showcases in July to spotlight songwriters and raise awareness for Nashville hospitality and shelter organization Room In The Inn. Inspired by Country Music Hall of Fame member and lifelong ASCAP songwriter Don Schlitz, who performs every week at Room In The Inn, ASCAP features songwriters to perform at the shelter once a month throughout 2018, while ASCAP staff volunteer to serve the guests. On July 17, the series featured HoriPro songwriter Sarah Allison Turner and Big Deal songwriter/producer Ben Goldsmith, ASCAP’s Robert Filhart and Mary Self. Earlier in the month Bonnie Baker and songwriters Benjamin Johnson, Ben Goldsmith and Aubrey Shamel were featured at the The Bluebird Cafe, and on July 18, ASCAP hosted its annual benefit with Marla Cannon-Goodman, RL Castleman, Jason Sellers and Neil Thrasher and was co-sponsored by City National Bank.

​​Pictured (L-R): ASCAP’s Robert Filhart, Room In The Inn’s Melanie Barnett, HoriPro songwriter-artist Sarah Allison Turner, Big Deal songwriter/producer Ben Goldsmith, Room In The Inn Executive Director Rachel Hester and ASCAP’s Mary Self at Room In The Inn

​Pictured (L-R): ASCAP’s Suzanne Lee, songwriters Benjamin Johnson, Bonnie Baker, Aubrey Shamel and Ben Goldsmith, and ASCAP’s Robert Filhart at The Bluebird Cafe

Shenandoah Performs ’90s Country Night

Pictured (L-R): Easton Corbin, Travis Denning, Deana Carter, TJ Osborne (Brothers Osborne), Carly Pearce, Mike McGuire (Shenandoah), John Osborne (Brothers Osborne), Marty Raybon (Shenandoah), Tracy Lawrence, Adam Sanders

This past Monday (July 23), Shenandoah performed at Adam Sanders‘ “90s Night” showcase, held at Marathon Music Works in Nashville to benefit the T.J. Martell Foundation. The event featured young acts paired with their 90s idols. Shenandoah, with help from Brothers Osborne, Travis Denning, Sanders, Carly Pearce, Easton Corbin, Tracy Lawrence, and Deana Carter, closed out the show singing “Church on Cumberland Road.” CMT’s Hot Country Countdown was on-site to catch all the 90s-induced tributes that will air in a special episode later this year. The band will also be featured on an upcoming SiriusXM’s Prime Country event this Friday, July 27 at 12:00 p.m. ET with a slew of encore airings throughout the week.

Meghan Trainor Visits Grammy Camp

Pictured (L-R): Michael Sticka, GRAMMY Museum Executive Director; Meghan Trainor, GRAMMY-winning artist; and David R. Sears, GRAMMY Museum Executive Education Director. Courtesy of the Recording Academy/WireImage.com; Photo: Alison Buck

Singer/Songwriter Meghan Trainor appeared at the 2018 GRAMMY Museum’s GRAMMY Camp last week on July 20 for a Q&A event. The camp ran from July 17-21 at the University of Southern California’s Thornton School of Music.

 

Pictured (L-R): Josh Brannon, John Michael Montgomery, Worth King. Photo Josh Brannon Band

John Michael Montgomery and the Josh Brannon Band performed during the 22nd annual Saddle Up for St. Jude in Tuscumbia, Alabama for St. Jude Trail Ride and Festival on July 20-21. This year, the two-day event raised more than $150,000 for St. Jude, marking $1.8 million raised for St. Jude since 1996.

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