May 18, 2023
Time: 19:00

A Nashville styled writers round ft Jeremy McComb (USA), Gary Quinn (NIR) and Aaron Goodvin (CAN).

**This is a ‘Bring Your Own Booze’ venue, as such the venue will take a £3 corkage fee per person upon entry.**

Alberta-bred, Nashville-based country music star Aaron Goodvin has topped the charts, produced a number one single and had several top 10s. Additionally he scored multiple CCMA and JUNO Award wins and nominations, most notably winning the 2018 CCMA Songwriter of the Year. Additionally, he has had songwriter cuts by Luke Bryan, Jon Pardi, Cole Swindell, and Josh Gracin.

Good things come to those who wait, but luck favours the bold. And for Idaho native, Nashville based Jeremy McComb, the balance comes natural. A storyteller epitomizing “been there and done that,” McComb has explored nearly every facet of the entertainment industry, all on his own terms. From radio to tour managing, releasing five albums, growing an international fan base and hitting the Billboard charts. He has written songs on projects selling OVER 6 MILLION units. Songs recorded by country stars like Tracy Lawrence with movie and comedy soundtracks including a Grammy nominated, (Triple platinum) Movie Soundtrack. (Blue Collar Comedy Tour “One for the Road” ). Fans of ABC’s Nashville (TV Show) should note that Jeremy is married to actress Kourtney Hansen who starred as “Emily”.

An 8 time British Country Music Association Awards winner including most recently retaining ‘Male Vocalist of the Year’ in 2022 with previous ‘UK Songwriter of the Year’ and consecutive ‘Song of the Year’ honours under his belt, Northern Irishman Gary Quinn has become one of UK Country music’s more established performers. Quinn has opened for the CMA Songwriters Series, toured with Phil Vassar and William Michael Morgan and shared the stage with acts such as Kristian Bush, Sarah Darling and hall of fame songwriter Bob DiPiero. An accomplished performer, Quinn is just as comfortable with a pen in his hand and has collaborated with Grand Ole Opry member and Grammy winner Steve Wariner as well as Brett James, Trent Tomlinson, Jenn Bostic and J.P Williams.