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Hunter Hayes

Five-time Grammy nominee and CMA Award-winning multi-instrumentalist Hunter Hayes performs on stage at the Marathon Music Works in Nashville with fellow critically acclaimed songwriters Barry Dean (“Tattoo”), Lori McKenna (“I Want Crazy“) and Gordie Sampson (“Storm Warning”) for the classic CMA Songwriters Series. Hayes and his guests perform songs from his chart-topping album Storyline, featuring the international hit ”Invisible,” as well as his No.1, self-titled, platinum-selling debut album on Atlantic Records. 

Bob DiPiero ft. Brandy Clark

A member of the Songwriters Hall of Fame and co-creator of the CMA Songwriters Series, Bob DiPiero is joined onstage by the 2014 CMA Song of the Year-winners Brandy Clark and Shane McAnally, as well as recording artist Charlie Worsham. The trio take turns performing songs including “Follow Your Arrow” (recorded by Kacey Musgraves), “Blue Clear Sky” (recorded by George Strait) and “Gone” (recorded by Montgomery Gentry). Recorded at the Marathon Music Works in Nashville.

Sara Evans & Martina McBride

“Ladies Night Out:” The multi-CMA Award-winners join forces for a special CMA Songwriter Series: Ladies Night Out. Evans and McBride bring out some of Nashville’s best songwriters including Gretchen Peters (“Independence Day” recorded by McBride), Aimee Mayo (“Let’s Make Love” recorded by Faith Hill) and The Warren Brothers (“Red Solo Cup” recorded by Toby Keith). The ladies perform career hits including Evans’ “Born to Fly” and “Stronger” and McBride’s “Teenage Daughters” and “Independence Day.” Recorded at the Marathon Music Works in Nashville.

Little Big Town

The three-time CMA Vocal Group of the Year brings out long-time songwriting collaborators and friends Hillary Lindsey (“Jesus Take The Wheel” recorded by Carrie Underwood), Natalie Hemby (“Downtown” recorded by Lady Antebellum), Liz Rose (“Teardrops on My Guitar” recorded by Taylor Swift) and Lori McKenna (“I Want Crazy” recorded by Hunter Hayes) at the Marathon Music Works in Nashville as part of the CMA Songwriters Series. Celebrating the band’s best-loved hits and the songwriters who helped pen them, Little Big Town performs songs from their latest album Pain Killer, including their Top 5 hit “Day Drinking” and fan favorite “Girl Crush.”

Zakk Wylde

The former guitarist for Ozzy Osbourne, plays an acoustic set with his band Black Label Society at The Iridium in New York City. Songs include “Blessed Hellride” and “Stillborn.” 


The Grammy Award-winning rock band, led by Pat Monahan, performs their Billboard Top 5 album California 37 from front to back. Highlights include the certified platinum and Top 10 single “Drive By” and the certified Gold single “50 Ways to Say Goodbye.” The band also performs their seminal hit “Hey, Soul Sister,” one of the biggest-selling singles by a rock band since 2003. Recorded at The Iridium in New York City.

The Rides

Made up of two-time Rock and Roll Hall of Famer Stephen Stills (Crosby, Stills & Nash), five-time Grammy-nominated singer, guitarist and songwriter Kenny Wayne Shepherd and famed Chicago rock/blues keyboardist Barry Goldberg (Electric Flag), The Rides performs songs from their Top 40 debut album Can’t Get Enough. Recorded at The Iridium in New York City. 

Trey Anastasio Band

Best known for his Grammy-nominated, genre-busting band Phish, Trey Anastasio’s career has expanded to include everything from orchestral evenings with the Los Angeles Philharmonic to a Tony Award (Hands on a Hardbody).  Anastasio debuts songs from his highly anticipated solo album, Paper Wheels, with his septet in this intimate performance at Brooklyn Bowl.


The 2015 two-time Grammy Award-winning pop-rock duo takes the stage at the McKittrick Hotel to perform songs from their sophomore album Run Wild. Live Free. Love Strong, including their current hit single “Fix My Eyes” and fan favorites from their 2012 debut album Crave. 

Warren Haynes

The Grammy Award-winning guitarist and vocalist, named in Rolling Stone’s “100 Greatest Guitarists of All Time,” performs career hits “Soulshine” and “Forevermore” from his days with Gov’t Mule and the Allman Brothers Band. Haynes is joined by legendary roots band Railroad Earth recorded at the McKittrick Hotel.