Southern Rounds: Hosted by D. Vincent Williams with special guests Wyatt Durrette, Rob Snyder, and Dave Kennedy
Some of Country musics best join our Southern Rounds stage at ANALOG in NASHVILLE on MARCH 13th: WYATT DURRETTE, ROB SNYDER,, and DAVE KENNEDY with host D. Vincent Williams. Hear these incredible songwriters who have written hits for LUKE COMBS, ZAC BROWN BAND, THE DAVISSON BROTHERS BAND, TRAVIS TRITT,, and many more!
Wyatt Durrette is an award-winning singer/songwriter from Richmond, VA. He has reached a staggering 10 billion digital streams, 14 #1 songs, and 35 million records sold. Wyatt has written with superstars Luke Combs, Zac Brown Band, Jason Mraz, Darius Rucker, Jimmy Buffett, and more and won CMA Song of the Year for Beautiful Crazy (Luke Combs). Wyatt added 2 more Song of the Year awards with Homegrown and Even Though Im Leaving. Wyatt made history again in 2023 when “Beautiful Crazy” became one of only 7 songs in Country music to reach Diamond Status, selling 10 Million. Wyatt’s curated premiere songwriter round SOUTHERN ROUNDS, which plays monthly in Nashville, will be going on the road in 2024. Wyatt performs with Levi Lowrey as Yesterdays Wine.
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Rob Snyder is a Singer-Songwriter from West Chester, PA. Snyders appetite for music began at an early age and was encouraged by his family, as both of his grandfathers were musicians and writers. Snyder launched Revival at the Tin Roof on Demonbreun Street in Nashville in 2013. With the moniker Hank and Jesus are Watching, Revival showcases some of country musics most talented songwriters on the planet. Snyder has had songs recorded by Luke Combs 4 Week Billboard Number One Song She Got The Best of Me (as well as Six Feet Apart Dear Today & Growin Up and Gettin Old), Adam Hood, Will Hoge, Channing Wilson, Tim Montana, Ashland Craft, Vince Herman, The Davisson Brothers Band, Andy Frasco, Warren Zeiders, See Creature & more. In 2020, Snyder released his debut Album The Way That I Am and continues to put out new music available on all streaming platforms.
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Dave Kennedy is a storyteller above all else, and its easy to see why. His songs paint a cinematic portrait of America as his characters journey through love, heartbreak, humor, sin, redemption, revenge, and perhaps even a few of the songwriters own footsteps along the way. Bringing these songs to life is a voice so soaring and powerful you cant help but be swept away into his world by the end of the first chorus. He navigates his way through each story and each world with a dynamic presence of both strength and subtlety that appreciates both the peaks and the valleys, the highways and the backroads, the loves lost and lingering in his mind. Its for all these reasons that Dave has a reputation as one of Nashvilles most respected songwriters and artists, and why artists like TRAVIS TRITT, RILEY GREEN, WHISKEY MYERS, DRAKE WHITE, LARRY FLEET, and others are eager to continue writing and performing with Dave Kennedy.
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D. Vincent Williams (host)
The unsung heroes of the Nashville music scene, songwriters seldom command the spotlight that performing artists do, but hit-maker D. Vincent Williams is a worthy exception to the rule. With undeniable talent as a giftedand chart-toppingsongwriter, backed by years of performing experience, this hit-maker is ready to take center stage in every way.
I was singing before I could really talk, music just came naturally to me, remembers Williams. Songwriting is no different. I hear the melody in my head and then take notes of the pictures that come to mind. The ability to sing, play, and write has given me an unlimited freedom of expression.
Over the course of his remarkable songwriting career, Williams has landed cuts on albums that have sold more than 15 million copies, including Im Movin On by Rascal Flatts, Ty Herndons Hands Of A Working Man and James Ottos Just Got Started Lovin You. He has had songs recorded by esteemed artists including Kenny Rogers, Randy Travis, Reba McEntire, Ronnie Milsap, Jason Aldean, and Lee Ann Womack.
I didnt choose songwriting, it chose me, says Williams.
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