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Byron Hill, John Ford Coley & Roxie Dean
Join us for live music featuring Byron Hill, John Ford Coley & Roxie Dean.
Nashville songwriter Byron Hill has written songs released on seventy-seven RIAA certified Gold and Platinum albums and singles, earning ten ASCAP awards, thirty-two U.S. and Canadian top-ten chart hits, and numerous hits in other worldwide markets. Since signing his first publishing deal in Nashville in 1978, his recorded catalog spans four decades and includes songs recorded by Ray Charles, Alabama, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Mark Chesnutt, Kenny Rogers, Don Williams, and so many more.
There are songs you hear in your life that transport you to a certain time period or give you a special feeling. You associate those good times to the group that made them famous. Songs like “I’d Really Love To See You Tonight,” “Nights Are Forever Without You” and “Love Is The Answer” have that kind of effect on people. Those songs and numerous others have made John Ford Coley a singing legend. He has spent decades touring, writing, recording, and producing. John is most revered as half of the Grammy nominated duo England Dan and John Ford Coley. He continues with an active roster performing the platinum and gold record hits for audiences around the world. Classically trained on piano and an avid guitarist, John loves the craft and enjoys every audience he encounters.
Discovered by country music business legends Chips Moman and Harold Shedd, Roxie’s promise as a country songwriter was evident from early on, when her first cut, “Lonely,” by Tracy Lawrence, topped the charts. She continued with her success as a songwriter, but could no longer ignore her own artistic vision. In 2001, Roxie signed a recording contract in her own name with James Stroud of Dreamsworks/Nashville. Her first single, “Everyday Girl,” stayed on the Top 50 Country Sales Charts for a full year, and was highlighted by Lifetime Television for Women, thus catapulting Roxie’s music into nationwide exposure. Although Dreamworks and Roxie parted ways in 2003, Roxie has not left the radio. In 2005, she signed a deal with Valhalla Music Group and released the song “A Soldiers Wife” from her album, “Ms. America.” The song has had a positive impact on military families, nationwide. Roxie contributes a portion of all sales to the Armed Services Relief Fund. Roxie continues her pursuit to reach out and share her visions and experiences with others. She has always managed to find life’s sweetness with a grace that makes the stumbles and jagged-aches of life seem okay.
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Seating for the show begins at 7:30pm, show starts at 8:30pm.
120 Fourth Avenue South, Franklin, TN 37064