Brett James Celebrates New Album At City Winery Show

Pictured (L-R): Event partners Warner/Chappell Music Nashville President Ben Vaughn; City National Bank Senior VP/Team Leader Diane Pearson; Brett James; MusiCares VP/Health & Human Services Debbie Carroll; ASCAP VP Nashville Membership/Creative Michael Martin. Photo: Osprey Media Nashville

Songwriter/artist/producer Brett James performed this week before a full house at Nashville’s City Winery. It was the Grammy-winning writer’s first full-band performance in 20 years and proceeds benefited MusiCares, a nonprofit charity of The Recording Academy that aids music people in need.

James performed material from True Believer, a solo album written and produced by him, that will be released later this year.

“Brett’s connection to the crowd was instant, thanks to amazing blue-eyed soul vocals and that signature storytelling. He’s created a very personal project with universal appeal,” said Ben Vaughn, president, Warner/Chappell Music Nashville.

More than five thousand dollars was raised for MusiCares.

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