The New Beginnings Center presents
Our spring event is going to be a “DON’T MISS” event!
Join us for an evening outdoors showcasing an incredible lineup of three of Nashville’s top Songwriters and a Hall of Fame Writer with a combined THIRTY-NINE (39) NUMBER ONE HITS.
You are sure to hear old favorites, current number one hits, and the stories that accompany them. This will certainly be a truly extraordinary event.
Support The New Beginnings all while enjoying legendary talent in an unmistakably beautiful and intimate setting!
You are cordially invited to an intimate evening with some of the industry's top songwriters to be held at a beautiful private residence:
4901 Tyne Valley Boulevard | Nashville, Tennessee
The event will commence at 4:30 pm and conclude at 7:30 pm that evening. Catering provided by the Korean Farmer, Steven Bailey.
Tickets are priced at $500 a seat for this extraordinary, one-of-a-kind event. Table sponsorships for 8 and 10 are available that include VIP access. All other seating will be at 4-top tables.
Seating is very limited for this philanthropic evening. All proceeds benefit The New Beginnings Center.
Meet the Artists
Abigail Rose, is a Nashville native and accomplished artist, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist. She has opened for acts such as, Scotty McCreery, Eli Young Band, Sara Evans, FGL, Jake Owen, Collective Soul, Better Than Ezra, Josh Thompson, Joe Nichols, and Josh Kelley. Some of her songwriting cuts include, “Better Now” with Netherlands pop star Davina Michelle, “Wish it Would Rain” Londin Thompson, and “Psychopath” Kayla DiVenere. Her own artist project has reached streams in the millions as she gets ready to release her first full length album later this year.
Jimmy Robbins, is a CMA + ACM Award winning, Grammy nominated Nashville-based songwriter, producer, + publisher who has penned over 200 cuts in multiple genres. He recently won the 2021 CMA Musical Event of the Year with Kelsea Ballerini and Kenny Chesney’s “half of my hometown” for his co-writing and co-producing credits, and was nominated for 2021 CMA Album of the Year for co-producing Carly Pearce’s album, 29. Jimmy is currently nominated for Best Country Song at the 2022 Grammy Awards for his co-writer credit on Maren Morris’ “Better Than We Found It.”
Corey Crowder, a Tree Vibez Music songwriter and producer, has earned a place at the top of the charts in the U.S. and Canada with 11 career number ones. His songs have been cut by Kenny Rogers, Trace Adkins, Zac Brown Band, Dustin Lynch, Jake Owen, Morgan Wallen, Kane Brown, RaeLynn, Mason Ramsey, Jon Pardi, HARDY, Canaan Smith, among others. As a producer, he’s worked with Florida Georgia Line, Chris Young, Justin Bieber, Chris Tomlin, Cassadee Pope, RaeLynn, Jamie Lynn Spears, and more. He is also an ACM, Billboard Music Awards, and GRAMMY nominee.
Bob DiPiero had his first #1 in 1983. He is a Hall of Fame Songwriter responsible for an uninterrupted string of countrymusic hits. One of Nashville’s most prolific and consistent songwriters. He has had over 1,000 songs recorded by other artists, countless hit singles, and an astounding 15 #1 hits. Among his countless awards: 50 BMI Million-Air honors, multiple Songwriter of the Year, 2 consecutive Triple Play awards (3 #1 songs in 12 months), 2007 Inductee Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame and Nashville’s Walk of Fame, and prestigious Icon Award celebrating his outstanding career achievement and honoring his unique and indelible influence on generations of music makers.
Meet the Caterer
All proceeds from our Singer Songwriter Night will benefit
The New Beginnings Center, whose mission is to provide access to wellness programs, strength training, physical and nutritional education and behavior-change coaching. New Beginnings gives qualified women the tangible skills, training and empowerment needed to assist them in improving their health, their futures, capabilities and quality of life.
The Korean Farmer, a.k.a., Steven Bailey, is a chef, farmer, podcast host, menu-creator, and farm-to-table consultant in Santa Fe, TN. Raised by a mother from the rice fields of South Korea and a father who grew up on a North Carolina tobacco farm, Steven has been trained by his taste buds and unique cultural heritage rooted in food and agriculture. He lives with his family on 17 acres in Santa Fe, TN at Kindred Farm, where they raise sustainable produce and gather the community around long tables under the stars several times a year at unique farm-to-table events called Kindred Dinners.