You're invited to a Friday Night Music Remix that you don't want to miss.
The High is teaming up with BMI, the largest music rights organization in the U.S., to host a songwriter showcase. Join producer/songwriter Phil O'Donnell and Grammy nominated songwriter Tim James for an evening of performances, stories, and great music.
Enjoy Friday Night Music Remix every third Friday of the month.
Free with Museum admission and free for members.
Drawing in the Galleries will occur in the Galleries from 6 to 9 p.m.
Phil O'Donnell, a Canada native, made his first trip to Nashville in 1983 and began developing his skills as a songwriter. Officially making the move in 1994, O'Donnell has also worked as a musician, playing guitar with many artists including Craig Morgan, Jeff Carson, Kevin Denney, Johnny Lee, and Sherrie Austin.
O'Donnell's songwriting credits include the # 1 single "Doin' What She Likes" recorded by Blake Shelton, the #1 single, "Give It All We Got Tonight" recorded by George Strait, the # 1 single "Back When I Knew It All" recorded by Montgomery Gentry, "Love Remembers" and "I Got You" (Craig Morgan), "Tougher Than Nails" (Joe Diffie), ";For She Was Mama", "She Won't Be Lonely Long" (Clay Walker) Darryl Worley, "Sounds Like Life to Me." Phil has also had songs cut by Blake Shelton, Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Trace Atkins, Mark Chestnut, Tracy Byrd, Billy Ray Cyrus, Travis Tritt, Gretchen Wilson, Randy Travis, Neal McCoy, Tracy Lawrence, and Sammy Kershaw.
In addition to having a successful career as a songwriter, O'Donnell also serves as producer for artists such as Craig Morgan, Josh Thompson, Chris Janson, and Mark Wills. Among his many production credits is the six-week #1 country hit, "That's What I Love About Sunday" (Craig Morgan), which was the most played country song of 2005.
Grammy nominated songwriter Tim James is the co-writer of the 5 week #1 "My List" by Toby Keith, the Bucky Covington Top 10 "It's Good To Be Us", and the smash debut from the Lost Trailers "Holler Back." James has had cuts by platinum selling artists Darius Rucker, Craig Morgan, Chris Young, Montgomery Gentry, LeeAnn Womack, Joe Nichols and contemporary Christian artist Point of Grace.
James penned the Trace Adkins single "All I Ask For Anymore", which was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Country Song of 2009, and the 2010 Billboard song of the year, "Love Like Crazy", by Lee Brice. "Love Like Crazy" was nominated for ACM song of the year in 2010 and broke a record for consecutive weeks on the charts. James also wrote the Rodney Atkins single "He's Mine" and the George Strait #1 single "Give It All We Got Tonight".