There is a young class of female country artists who are making waves and Megan (Linville) Myrick is right in step. She is living proof of that old adage, ’the acorn doesn’t fall far from the tree’, as she has found her path following in the footsteps of her late grandfather, who made his living crafting songs for many of Nashville’s notables. ... read more!
It seems recently my thoughts put down on paper have been due to some sad, shocking, questionable things that have taken place. This is another one that has taken me time to piece together in the wake of the horrific tragedy in Las Vegas on October 1st. However, when I realized what I needed I knew I would prevail. Music is healing and as hard as it was, four very unique, talented, amazing singer songwriters put it all together on October 6th, giving me a sense of peace in a world gone awry. A weekly Friday night show at Mandalay Bay, Nashville Unplugged, presented these four gentlemen, Danny Myrick, Aaron Benward, Travis Howard and Regie Hamm, known as ‘The Ghost Town Troubadours’ to help us heal, to let us know we are not alone, and we are stronger than hate. ... read more!
You hear your favorite song on the radio by an artist without a second thought on how it was born. A songwriter has a skill, a craft but most of all a gift to bring such hits to the forefront without as much notoriety as the artist who performs them. The brotherhood of a songwriter is a strong bond that is being broken apart by those in the industry who believe they are already awarded their fair share of royalties. The industry has changed but the struggle is still real for those who put their craft out there for all to hear and The Ghost Town Troubadours are taking a stand inviting their brotherhood to join them. ... read more!