WORLD-FAMOUS BLUEBIRD CAFÉ TO FEATURE DAYWIND MUSIC SONGWRITERS

Written by Rhonda on November 5, 2010 – 7:22 pm -

 Hendersonville, TN (November 5, 2010) – For Southern Gospel fans, the message found in the lyric of the song is just as important as the voice singing it.  However, it is not often that the fans are given a chance to hear from the writers themselves.  But next Tuesday night, November 9, 2010, beginning at 6:00 PM, fans are invited to join some of Daywind Music’s most recognized songwriters at the Bluebird Café in downtown Nashville for a night of sharing through song. 
 Known for displaying talented songwriters in an intimate setting, the world-renowned Bluebird Café will host a list of award-winning Daywind writers, including Ronny Hinson (“The Lighthouse”), Marcia Henry (“I’ll Pray For You”), Marty Funderburk (“I Believe God”), Kyla Rowland (“Did I Mention”), Ben Storie (“God Is Still In America”), Daryl Williams (“Singing With The Saints”), and Kenna West (“We’re Not Gonna Bow”).  Having writers of this caliber together on the same night will be a thrill for music lovers and songwriters alike.
  “Daywind is proud to present its exclusive songwriting staff for a special evening of Gospel music at the world-famous Bluebird Café,” offered Rick Shelton, Director of Publishing for Daywind Music.  “Each writer will perform one of his or her chart-topping hits, as well as brand new songs never before presented to the public.  Gospel music speaks to one’s soul, and these are the writers who craft the speech.”
 To make reservations to attend this event, visit www.bluebirdcafe.com/reservations.
In addition to the writers mentioned, Daywind Music Publishing also represents writers such as Sheri LaFontaine, Jeff Steele, and Dianne Wilkinson.
To learn more about Daywind Music Publishing, contact Rick Shelton at rshelton@daywind.com.


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