Warner Chappell Music recently held its second annual songwriting camp at the Grand Ole Opry House, bringing together top and rising writers and artists to collaborate at the true home of country music.
Artists participating in the camp included Conner Smith (Big Machine), The Castellows (Warner Records/Warner Music Nashville), Track45’s KK Johnson (BMG), Kat Luna (Sony Records) and Braxton Keith (Warner Music Nashville), among others.
“The Grand Ole Opry House has, of course, hosted some of the world’s most legendary country music stars,” says Dan Rogers, VP and Executive Producer of Grand Ole Opry. “We were honored to open our doors to the second round of Warner Chappell songwriters, some of whom have already played the Opry stage several times, and many of whom I’m sure will play the stage in the future or hear their hits emanating over the Opry airwaves.”
“There’s no better place to serve as inspiration for the next country hit than at the historic Opry House, and we’re thrilled to have hosted our songwriting camp there a second time,” says Ben Vaughn, President and CEO of Warner Chappell Music Nashville. “We hope to continue this tradition with Dan and his team for many more years to come!”
Last year, WCM hosted its first three-day songwriting camp at the Grand Ole Opry House during their “Opry Loves The 90s” limited experience, which included an interactive ’90s tour exhibition and special in-show Opry programming, among others. Renowned WCM writers in attendance included Jessi Alexander, Liz Rose, Randy Montana, Rhett Akins, Tony Lane and David Lee Murphy.
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