Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Jeffrey Steele with The Bass Brothers
3rd and Lindsley
Fri, Jun 15 7:30 pm


Jeffrey Steele: Among his many accolades over the past few years, Jeffrey Steele has been named to the Songwriters Hall of Fame (2013), BMI Songwriter of the Year (2007 and 2003), and the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) Songwriter of the Year (2006, 2005 and 2003). CMA has twice awarded him the coveted “Triple Play Award” for three No. 1 songs in a year (2010 & 2007). His country and A/C mega-hits include a string of chart toppers including: "Raise "Em Up", “Knee Deep”, “Here,” “My Wish,” “The Cowboy In Me,” “These Days”, “Everyday”, and the groundbreaking “What Hurts The Most,” nominated for Best Country Song at the 2007 Grammy Awards. Additionally, he has won numerous BMI Country and Pop awards, was nominated for a Golden Globe and Critic’s Choice Award for Best Original Song “I Thought I Lost You” for the Disney/Pixar animated feature BOLT, performed by Miley Cyrus and John Travolta, been named one of Billboard Magazine’s top 5 writer’s 8 years in a row, as well as Music Row Magazine’s 2006 Songwriter of the Year Award. Steele was featured as an artist and writer on Colt Ford’s song it’s all off his latest Billboard no. 1 Country Album declaration of independence.  BMI has recognized Jeffrey for over 60 million airplays for hits he penned for a multitude of artists including Montgomery Gentry, Faith Hill, Tim McGraw, Trace Adkins, Steve Holy, Phil Vassar, LeAnn Rimes, Rascal Flatts and Van Zant. The Bass Brothers: Nate, Mark and Kieran Bass make up the British trio, The Bass Brothers. They recently moved to Nashville to launch their country music career, a dream since childhood when they experienced stardom in the pop music genre. The pure magic of their vocals, fueled by what can only be described as sibling connection, makes this trio an act you don’t want to miss. David Huff jokes that London act, The Bass Brothers are the new “British Invasion” of Nashville. “I have been doing this awhile but when I heard them sing I knew we had to get them to Nashville.”  Huff goes on to divulge that he quickly played what he heard for his brother, Nashville mega producer Dann Huff.  “The talent is so immense and the harmonies are so rich it is just undeniable,” Dann said while remembering their own band, Giant. “I love making music with my brother so we totally get them on that level.”  

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