In The Round with Lee Thomas Miller, Wendell Mobley and Paul Overstreet ~ A Benefit for Alive Hospice, $25

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In The Round with Lee Thomas Miller, Wendell Mobley and Paul Overstreet ~ A Benefit for Alive Hospice, $25
Friday, January 31, 2020 9:30 PM
The Bluebird Cafe, Nashville, TN
  • $25 cover charge at door
  • $10 food/drink minimum per person
 
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  • When: Friday, Jan 31, 2020 9:30 PM (Doors open at 9:00 PM)
  • Ticket Price: $0.00
  • Door Time: 9:00 PM
  • Show Type: Singer / Songwriter
  • Restrictions: $25 cover charge at door
    $10 food/drink minimum per person
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There are 20 tables, 10 bar seats and 8 pew seats available for reservation. The remaining pew seats for this show are not reserved in advance. These seats are available on a first come/first served basis when doors open.
Lee Thomas Miller: Lee is a full time songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. He earned a Bachelors degree in Music Theory/ Composition from Eastern Kentucky University. It was there that he studied classical violin, guitar, piano and voice. He was inducted into the EKU “Hall of Distinguished Alumni” in 2010.

Lee has charted 15 years worth of singles with, to date, 7 of them reaching #1. These songs have reached radio plays in excess of 10 million spins. Most recently he co-wrote the Brother’s Osborne single “It Aint My Fault” which reached the top 10 and earned the Brother’s a Grammy for their performance.

Lee is a 3 time Grammy award nominee and has won other major industry awards including Song of the Year at the Country Music Association awards (in Nashville) and Academy of Country Music awards (in Las Vegas) as well as Music Row Magazine and Nashville Songwriter’s Association International annual awards. He has also won multiple “Songs I Wish I’d Written” awards as voted on and given by the Nashville Songwriter’s Association as well as 11 BMI awards.

Lee served as President of the Nashville Songwriter’s Association International (NSAI) for 5 years.  He spent the last 15 years traveling to Washington D.C. representing and lobbying for the rights of the American songwriter. He has testified before both houses of the U.S. congress as well as countless meetings with Congressmen, Senators, White house cabinet members from multiple administrations, Dept of Justice officials, and countless bureaucrats reaching from the U.S. Chamber of Congress to the Register of Copyright. Ultimately this led to the passing of the federal Music Modernization Act in the fall of 2018 of which he was present in the West Wing for the President’s signing.

In 2015 Lee was presented with BMI’s inaugural “Champions” award for legislative efforts. Lee has had success also as a record producer. He produced a pair of top 20 hits on recording artist Steve Holy including his 2006 #1 record “Brand New Girlfriend”
Wendell Mobley: His songs have been at number 1 for 23 weeks and they’ve sold 50 million records, but Wendell Mobley continues to create refreshing lyrics and melodies for the biggest acts and brightest newcomers. Since making his way from his hometown of Celina, Ohio, Wendell has had huge success with acts including Rascal Flatts (“Take Me There”, “Fast Cars and Freedom”, “I Melt”), Kenny Chesney (“There Goes My Life”, “How Forever Feels”), Alabama, Carrie Underwood, Trace Adkins, Lonestar, Montgomery-Gentry, Trisha Yearwood, Andy Griggs, John Michael Montgomery, the legendary Kenny Rogers and pop star Edwin McCain among many others. Recently, Julianne Hough had a huge hit with "That Song In My Head" and he currently has Reba's highest debuting and fastest rising single of her career, "Strange"! Catch Wendell "live" at various writers shows and venues in Nashville and across the country!
Paul Overstreet:

As an artist, Overstreet has written and recorded many songs himself. You Can't Stop Love was the debut single for the trio S.K.O. (Schuyler, Knobloch and Overstreet) on M.T.M. Records and enjoyed a place at the top of the charts. That album produced two other top ten hits as well. Overstreet's first solo project began when RCA released Sowin' Love. The five singles released from this album were all top ten hits, including the title cut, Sowin' Love, Paul's "signature" song All The Fun, and his first number one, Seein' My Father in Me. The second album, Heroes, included the hits  "#1 Daddy's Come Around", "If I Could Bottle This Up"Heroes and Billy Can't Read, which became the theme song for the CMA/CMT Project Literacy. The next album Love is Strong, gave Paul his first #1 song on Christian radio with the title cut and gave him another chart topper with There But For The Grace of God Go I.

Not only have Paul's songs been recorded by other artists, but they have earned him numerous awards. Overstreet, along with other co-writers, has earned two Grammy Awards, his first for Forever and Ever, Amenand the other for Love Can Build a Bridge. BMI honored Overstreet as Songwriter of the Year for five consecutive years from 1987-1991. This is a mark on the Music Row wall that has not been reached before or since. He also won CMA and ACM Song of the Year in 1987 and 1988. The Love Is Strong album earned Overstreet a Dove Award for Country Recorded Album of the Year in 1992. He also earned Dove Awards for Country Recorded Song of the Year in 1991 for Seein My Father in Me and There But For the Grace of God Go I in 1994. Overstreet has been awarded the TNN Viewer's Choice Award for Christian Country Artist and received the Christian Country Music Association Award for Mainstream Artist-of the Year as well.

In 2003, Paul was inducted into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame.  In 2011, less than a week after Elvis Presley joined the dozen artists honored with markers on the Mississippi Country Music Trail, Vancleave’s Paul Overstreet became Jackson County’s first marker recipient.