Anacrusis Hosts Sync Songwriting Camp In Nashville
Last week, Anacrusis hosted a writing camp in Nashville, focused on writing for sync opportunities. The group was comprised of 12 talented Nashville-based artists, writers, and producers, and 6 music supervisors, including executives from Disney, Fox, and the Marvel franchise films.
The writers were paired up and given briefs from the music supervisors each morning to write for specific, current projects. The supervisors then joined in on the sessions, once at the beginning, and again in the middle, to give feedback on things like lyrical themes and production, ideally helping craft something that they could use. In a 3-hour session, the groups were able to write, record, and finish one song completely. The writing sessions took place at Kobalt, and on the final day, ended with a dinner and listening party at Anacrusis where all of the songs from the camp were heard for the first time.
The writing camp was also in conjunction with “An Evening with Music Supervisors” at City Winery, presented by WHO KNEW. This event was open to the public, and has sold out every year, this year being no different. At City Winery, the audience members got to hear from the 6 music supervisors about their jobs and what they are looking for, as well as see all of the artists perform. The showcasing artists included Jake Wesley Rogers, Sam Tinnesz, The Weeks, Trove, Whissell, Tuxedo Wildlife, Mokita, and more.
Tracy Lawrence Visits SiriusXM’s Prime Country
Tracy Lawrence appeared on Sirius XM’s Prime Country, Radio Channel 58, on Friday (Nov. 16) to promote his 13th annual Mission:Possible Turkey Fry. The Nashville event will be held Nov. 20 at the Nashville Rescue Mission, and provides hundreds of meals for the underserved in the Metro Nashville and Middle Tennessee areas. Following the turkey fry, a concert will be held at Nashville’s Wildhorse Saloon, featuring Lawrence along with Eric Paslay, Doug McCormick, Halfway to Hazard, and more.
Ty Herndon Performs As Part Of Music City Wedding
Ty Herndon made a surprise appearance in Nashville Saturday evening (Nov. 3) performing at a high-profile wedding event at The Frist Museum for the Abel-Minatrea wedding. Herndon is a family friend of the bride, Olivia Abel, and the groom, Jason Minatrea, is a big fan of the country singer citing Herndon as his very first concert ever attended.
Guests were treated to many surprises throughout the evening. The ceremony was performed in Nashville’s historic Union Station where the verandah was magically transformed into Harry Potter’s train station Platform 9 ¾ complete with train conductor and the couple had a live owl fly in to deliver the rings during the ceremony as the official “Wing Bearer.” The Bride’s two fathers Larry Abel and Raymond McCallister, nationally award-winning event planners (Abel+McCallister+Abel) walked the Bride down the aisle together.
Music Director Wayne Haun brought in the YouTube sensation and country group 4th & Main for the world debut of the song “I Prayed For You,” specially written for the Bride and Groom, Olivia and Jason.
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