This month's Songwriter Salon at the 7695 features two beautiful ladies of song, Kim McLean GMA Award nominated songwriter, performer and instructor, and Amanda Colleen Williams, multiplatinum songwriter/publisher and proprietor.
Last month found Kim visiting the 7695 on a different mission - as a researcher doing post graduate studies for her doctorate paper on songwriters.
This month, Kim returns to the 7695 as featured performer at the Songwriter Salon showcase at which she has become a recent regular.
Kim jamming with Johnny Neel (of Allman Brothers, Govt. Mule) at recent Songwriter Salon
"I love that it's all about the community," says Kim.
Come early for delicious eats provided by Southern Rhythm Cattle Company, and as always, bring your own beverage or enjoy complementary coffee, tea and water. $20 tickets.
"The focus of the monthly Songwriter Salon concert is on the songwriters and story tellers who make Music City what it is," says founder Amanda Colleen Williams, daughter of Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame Member Kim Williams (1947 - 2016 "Three Wooden Crosses" Randy Travis, "Ain't Goin' Down 'Till the Sun Comes Up" Garth Brooks).
We have come to love these monthly Salon gatherings of songwriters, scholars, neighbors, politicians, celebrities, and of course music lovers like you.
See you soon at a Songwriter Salon, typically held the last Saturday of each month. Get tickets here for 2018 season >>
You can have your private event at the 7695, and let us curate the music for you. Large or small, we've got it all on our 80 acre facility of pristine river accessible property.
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