MULTI-AWARD WINNING

ARTISTS

We have carefully crafted a music festival to feel like a house concert Where listeners get open access to songwriting Hall of famers from Nashville to New Orleans and Austin to LA With the opportunity to hear the real stories behind their hit songs.

HEADLINERS

MARC
BROUSSARD

Marc Broussard is an American singer-songwriter whose style is best described as “Bayou Soul”, a mix of funk, blues, R&B, rock, and pop, matched with distinct Southern roots. In his career, he has released eight studio albums, one live album, three EPs, and has charted twice on Hot Adult Top 40 Tracks.

ANDERS
OSBORNE

Swedish-born, New Orleans-based Anders Osborne is widely regarded as a musical triple threat: An award-winning song- writer and guitarist, he is also a singer whose raw, emotional delivery informs everything he plays. Osborne artfully melds blues, funk, soul, rock, and vintage R&B to create his own distinctive synthesis.

NORTH MISSISSIPPIS
ALLSTARS

Founded in 1996 by brothers Luther (guitar and vocals) and Cody Dickinson (drums, piano, synth bass, programming and vocals), the now venerable band are entering their third de- cade with perhaps the most vital album of their career creat- ing contemporary relevance with fatback funk, electronic in- novation, slippery soul, and pure unadulterated rock ‘n’ roll.

JOHN POPPER OF BLUES TRAVELER

Founding member of Grammy Award winning Blues Traveler, served as front man with lead vocals and harmonica; A prolific songwriter, composed the majority of the lyrics and music of Blues Traveler’s songs; Latest project is John Popper & the Duskray Troubadours, which plays Americana roots music with Jono Manson who co-wrote much of the material

RITA WILSON

A multi-talented singer/songwriter, actress and producer. Each of her songs is a powerful narrative that reveals her unique gift for storytelling. Recently released her fourth album, Halfway to Home, which blends Southern California rock with Nashville country
HALL OF FAME AND AWARD WINNING SONGWRITERS

KENT
BLAZY

7 #1’s;  5 with Garth Brooks including “Ain’t Goin’ Down ‘Til the Sun Comes Up” and “If Tomorrow Never Comes.

KEITH
STEGALL

Hall of Fame Songwriter with 6 #1’s  including 3 with Alan Jackson “Love’s Got a Hold on You,” “Dallas,” and “Don’t Rock the Jukebox”; Al Jarreau’s “We’re in this Love Together”, Clay Walker’s “If I Could Make a Living,” Mickey Gilley’s “Lonely Nights,” and “I Hate Everything” by George Strait

EVEN STEVENS

BMI’s Songwriter of the Century having an unprecedented 53 BMI Awards, and Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame inductee with 14 #1’s including “I Love the Rainy Nights” with Eddie Rabbit

AARON BARKER

Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame, 4 #1’s and 6 Top Ten’s, George Strait “Baby Blue”, “Love Without End”, “Amen”,and “Easy Come, Easy Go” and Lonestar “What About Now”

KYLIE
SACKLEY

“Extremely versatile” writer having success with songs recorded everywhere from Leann Rimes, to Alan Jackson, to Sam Hunt to Pink “Nothin’ Bout Love Makes Sense” by Leann Rimes, Walker Hayes’ single “You Broke Up With Me”

CHRIS
WALLIN

3 #1’s and multiple hits including “Don’t Blink” Kenny Chesney; “I’m Tryin’” Trace Adkins; “People Loving People” Garth Brooks; “Something to Be Proud Of” and “Speed” Montgomery Gentry

DANNY
MYRICK

Numerous hit songs, including Craig Morgan’s “International Harvester” Tim Mcgraw’s “Truck Yeah”, 2009’s most played country song, “She’s Country” by Jason Aldean and the recent locash hit song “I Love This Life”

EARL BUD
LEE

#1 hits for the likes of Garth Brooks “Friends in Low Places” and George Strait “One Night At A Time” and most recently Blake Shelton’s “Who Are You When I’m Not Looking”
SONGWRITERS & LOCAL ARTISTS
AARON BENWARD
Co-founder of PCSF; host and creator of Nashville Unplugged at Mandalay Bay; Over 10 #1 CCM singles, 3 time ACM and CMA nominated; multi-hit KPOP writer and over 25 tv synchs
ALICIA STOCKMAN
Utah local artist influenced by the likes of Patty Griffin, the Indigo Girls, and Susan Tedeschi; 1st Place – 2017 Suzanne Millsaps Performing Songwriter Showcase Utah Arts Festival
ANNA WILSON
Straddling the genres of jazz and country; Songs recorded by Chris Cagle, Billy Ray Cyrus, Lee Ann Womack, and Reba McEntire; “All I Ever Wanted,” a Top 20 country hit for Chuck Wicks
BILL LUTHER
Wrote Tim McGraw’s “My Best Friend”, “Let It Go” “How Bad Do You Want It,” and McGraw’s Grammy award-winning duet with Faith Hill “Let’s Make Love”; Kenny Chesney’s Top 5 hit “Who You’d Be Today” and Top 10 “What I Need to Do”
BILLY DEAN
11 top ten singles, 5 number one’s and over 4 million albums sold, his musical roots are entangled with Folk, Southern Rock, Bluegrass and Classic Country; Grammy nominated and ACM Song Of The Year – “Somewhere in My Broken Heart”
BRYON FRIEDMAN
Voted Best new Artist on Sirius XM’s Coffeehouse Channel
CHAD CROMWELL
American rock drummer best known for his work with Neil Young, Mark Knopfler, Joe Walsh, and multiple prominent artists from various genres such as Joss Stone, Bonnie Raitt, and Crosby, Stills, and Nash; Founding member of Fortunate Sons
D VINCENT WILLIAMS
Winner of ACM Song of the Year – “I’m Movin’ On” by Rascal Flatts; Wrote Ty Herndon’s “Hands Of A Working Man” and James Otto’s “Just Got Started Lovin’ You”; Songs recorded by Kenny Rogers, Diamond Rio, Randy Travis, Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, Jason Aldean, and Lee Ann Womack
DAVE PAHANISH
3 #1 hits including Toby Keith’s “American Ride”, Jimmy Wayne’s “Do You Believe Me Now?” and Keith Urban’s “Without You”; Cuts include Tim McGraw’s “Right Back Atcha Babe” and “The One That Got Away”, #12 Billboard single “I Will”, Emily West’s “Completely Yours”, and more
DJ LOGIC
One of the world’s most accomplished turntablists, crossing genres and amassing a veritable mountain of collaborations including a full-fledged band with John Popper of Blues Traveler
ERIC VAN HOUTEN
Recently signed to WinSongs in Nashville, Eric brings his high energy and new age songwriting styles to life through his music including “Come Find Me” and “Do You Wanna”
HAILEY STEELE
Contestant on Alum of NBC’s The Voice, co-wrote Raelynn’s song “Boyfriend,” and “Small Town Soul” released by Gwen Sebastian; Involved in the #LetTheGirlsPlay movement by Nashville’s Song Suffragettes; co-wrote Kalie Shorr’s single “Fight Like a Girl”
IRA DEAN
Founding member of Trick Pony; co-wrote their hits “Pour Me,” “Just What I Do,” and “On a Mission”; Top 5 hit “One in Every Crowd” by Montgomery Gentry; “A Feelin’ Like That” by Gary Allan
KYLE JACOBS
Wrote Garth Brooks’ #1 “More Than a Memory”; Kimberley Locke’s Top 10 “8th World Wonder”; Produced CMA Song of the Year “I Drive Your Truck” for Lee Brice.  Songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Jo Dee Messina, Craig Morgan, Tim McGraw, Kellie Pickler, Clay Walker, Kelly Clarkson, Scotty McCreery, and Wynonna
LUTHER DICKINSON
ARTIST INFO COMING SOON
MATT WARREN
Wrote #1 “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” nominated for ACM Song of the Year and Top 10 “Learning How to Bend” with Gary Allen; Robert Randolph & The Family Band’s hit single “Love Let It Do What It Do” nominated for Grammy “Blues Record of the Year” 
PAUL JENKINS
 Wrote #1’s – “Don’t You Wanna Stay” by Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson and “Over” by Blake Shelton; Hits include Joe Nichols’ “Sunny and 75,” Chris Young’s “Who I Am with You,” and “If I Didn’t Have You” by Thompson Square
MONTY POWELL
Wrote #1’s “Who Wouldn’t Wanna Be Me,” “Days Go By,” and “Sweet Thing” by Keith Urban and Collin Raye’s “My Kind of Girl”; Hits include Diamond Rio ‘s “Norma Jean Riley,” Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Could’ve Been Me,” Brooks & Dunn’s “I Am That Man,” “One of These Days” by Tim McGraw, and “What a Beautiful Day” by Chris Cagle
PHILLIP WHITE
ACM winning and Grammy nominated songwriter recorded by George Strait, Luke Bryan, Chris Ledoux, Vince Gill, Darius Rucker, and Jake Owen; ACM Song of the Year “I’m Movin’ On” with Rascal Flatts, “I’m A Survivor” theme song for Reba’s hit TV show, and Blake Shelton’s “Nobody But Me”
RICK BRANTLEY
Written for artists from Meat Loaf to country crooner David Nail.  He opens for acts as diverse as Keifer Sutherland, John Hiatt, Zac Brown Band, Better Than Ezra, and Steve Earle
RICK GERBER
Utah local favorite and front man for Badfeather
SHANNON RUNYON
Immersed in music for as long as she can remember and coming from a very talented musical family, she loves collaborating with and supporting other musicians as much as performing. She’s enjoying the journey of writing the story and humor you can find in the everyday
SINCLAIR
Don’t miss this talented songwriter and multi-instrumentalist who writes, sings, plays and produces her own music; opens for artists ranging from Kasey Musgraves to Daughtry to Ingrid Michaelson
SOPHIA DION
A proud member of ASCAP, this 19-year-old Utah native calls her style alternative country-soul; Songs explore themes familiar to all teenagers and are inspired by her day to day life experiences; Biggest inspirations include Maren Morris, ZZ Ward, and Chris Stapleton
THE SIDE DEAL
Collaborative band formed by Grammy winning artist Charlie Colin of Train, Stan Frazier of Sugar Ray, and brothers Joel and Scott Owen of The Pawn Shop Kings
TIM JAMES
Wrote hits including  #1 “My List” by Toby Keith, “Love Like Crazy” by Lee Brice “It’s Good to Be Us” by Bucky Covington, “Holler Back” by The Lost Trailers, “He’s Mine” by Rodney Atkins, and “Give It All We Got Tonight” with George Strait
TYLER HILTON
American singer-songwriter and actor with 7 albums to his name and the honor of playing Elvis in Johnny Cash bio-pic and Oscar-winning “Walk the Line”; Rolling Stone magazine compared him to Howie Day, while others have compared to Elton John, both vocally and instrumentally
WINDY WAGNER
One of Hollywood’s leading session vocalists; sang on more than 450 songs for the hit FOX television show Glee; songwriting work has been featured in multiple movies and TV shows
MEGAN LINVILLE
Her sound is a  sweet mixture of Laurel Canyon and smooth Tennessee Whiskey, Megan is solidifying her footing as an emerging artist to watch on the country music scene
MORGAN SNOW
Morgan Snow’s songs will “Hit you in the gut.” He’s an old country song in the modern age with a voice that has been described as being “Pure Soul.”
TRAVIS HOWARD
Wrote multiple hits with Miranda Lambert including “Bring Me Down,” “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend,” “Famous in a Small Town,” and the #1 “Heart Like Mine”; collaborated with Keith Urban, Dierks Bentley and Emily West
SOMETHING OUT WEST
A new project from musician/actor Chet Hanks and his collaborator, musician Drew Arthur. Hanks co-stared as a series regular on “Empire”; Drew has opened for acts such as Muse, 30 Seconds To Mars, Angels and Airwaves, and My Chemical Romance. Their unique sound blends a combination of rock, country, rap, and pop.
STEVE SESKIN
Wrote 7 #1’s including Grammy-nominated “Grown Men Don’t Cry” recorded by Tim McGraw and  NSAI Song of the Year “Don’t Laugh at Me” recorded by Mark Wills; Neal McCoy’s “No Doubt About It” and “For a Change”; John Michael Montgomery’s “No Man’s Land” and “If You’ve Got Love” and “Daddy’s Money” recorded by Ricochet
CARVER LOUIS

During his career Carver has been given the opportunity to open for a wide range of country artists including: Rodney Atkins, Travis Denning, John Micheal Montgomery, Diamond Rio, Carly Pierce and more.

Mary Beth Maziarz
Mary Beth Maziarz’s lush healtfelt songs have appeared in over 60 TV shows and films, and she’s played with everyone from Etta James to The Wallflowers to hot solo acts like Natalie Maines and Aloe Blacc. All from right here in Park City.

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