It’s a common question we get because it’s been the best kept secret in realm of premier event and entertainment. But not for long. Songwriter shows, also known as writers rounds or songwriters-in-the-round, are typically a group of 2 to 5 songwriters who gather together to tell the behind-the-scenes stories of how their hit songs came to life and then perform their original songs acoustically. Songs that have been recorded by some of the biggest recording artists in the world. They perform the songs in their original form and frequently are better than the recorded version we all know.
The songwriter round will go in a rotation with one songwriter performing a song, followed by the next writer, and the next, and so on. Each songwriter can join in with the others, add harmonies, contribute a guitar riff, or just listen. The writers talk about how and why they wrote the songs and there are always incredibly compelling stories and interaction between the writers, who usually know each other and have written songs together. The songwriters will also connect with the crowd – asking questions, taking questions, and generally having fun with the guests. It’s a rare opportunity to get up close and personal with the songwriters and get an intimate look behind the music and the music business.
There is a connected, authentic, and special quality to a well-crafted songwriter show that can’t be found in any other type of entertainment. You would be hard pressed to find a more engaging and honest form of entertainment. It’s true not every songwriter is wired for the stage, but when Songwriter City expertly crafts a customized experience of elite songwriter entertainers, the environment is nothing short of magical and inspirational. You’ll laugh, you may cry, and you’ll be thoroughly entertained by music’s most talented artists. Born in Nashville, it’s become the best form of entertainment anywhere and it’s an experience that will leave you wanting more and that you’ll never forget.
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