Songwriters and producers Ross Copperman and Nicolle Galyon will be honored as part of Save The Music and SongFarm.org’s inaugural “Hometown to Hometown” event on Feb. 13, which will help bring new music technology into public high schools across the country.
CMT’s Leslie Fram will host the event, which will celebrate Copperman and Galyon as the 2020 Champions of the Year. Together, Copperman and Galyon were both named recipients of BMI’s Songwriter of the Year honor in 2019. Funds raised during the “Hometown to Hometown” event will benefit high schools in Nashville, as well as the honorees’ respective hometowns in Virginia and Kansas.
“Ross and Nicolle are genuine champions for music education who have been giving back to their hometown music programs for years,” shared Henry Donahue, Executive Director, Save The Music. “Starting with our first meeting with Ross and Songfarm.org in Nashville, it was a no-brainer to join forces to bring the power of the songwriting and music production labs to more students and schools. We’ve had such a strong positive response from the community here in Nashville, that we think this event could be the first of many!”
For more on tickets, visit eventbrite.com.
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