In The Round with Scott Southworth, Randy Brooks, Shelly Peiken and Marc Alan Barnette
The Bluebird Cafe
Fri, Dec 08 6:30 pm
Scott Southworth: Originally hailing from the great Pacific Northwest, Scott is an award-winning Nashville based performing singer/songwriter, a Top 40 charting recording artist in Europe and the creator/co-host of Radio/TV's "The Music Row Show", heard in 38 states via the historic 650AM, WSM and from 2012-2016 was seen nationwide on the BlueHighways TV network. Scott is proud to be an endorsed Larrivee Guitar artist. Randy Brooks: "You can say there's no such thing as Santa, but as for me and Grandpa, we believe..." You've heard that song, made popular by Elmo & Patsy - it's as much a part of the holidays as picking the tape off the corner of a present to sneak a peek inside before the 25th. (You know you do.) Randy Brooks has been writing "songs with punch lines" for over 40 years, including the one that put his kids through college, "Grandma Got Run Over By A Reindeer". Ever since his high school folk trio traveled to New York to appear on CBS's Ted Mack Amateur Hour, Randy has been an "over-achieving amateur". Shelly Peiken: Shelly Peiken is a multi-platinum Grammy-nominated songwriter who is best known for her #1 hits "What a Girl Wants" and "Come On Over Baby". She earned a Grammy nomination for the song "Bitch" recorded by Meredith Brooks. She’s had hundreds of songs placed on albums and in TV and film. Marc-Alan Barnette: Marc-Alan Barnette is a Birmingham born artist/writer/teacher, based in Nashville, Tennessee. He calls his music "In your face country soul" and has songs recorded by such great artists as Shelby Lynne, John Berry and David Ball.