Nashville Hitmakers Gather to Support Education at Show in Duluth, GA

Posted in News on June 8, 2016

The fifth annual Nashville Hitmakers, headlined by chart-topping BMI songwriter Even Stevens, who wrote several #1s including Eddie Rabbitt’s “Suspicions” and “I Love a Rainy Night,” will stage a Songwriter-in-the-Round showcase at the Infinite Energy Theater in Duluth, Georgia on Saturday, June 25, at 7PM. The concert, which is to benefit Arete Scholars, will feature several of Stevens’ long-time award-winning friends, including guitar master Mike Loudermilk, Paul Overstreet, Wynn Varble, Casey Beathard and Wendell Mobley. The mission of Arete Scholars is to help economically disadvantaged children reach their highest potential through educational opportunity.

The evening, which will also include the stories behind their songs, will be a unique opportunity to hear these hitmakers perform themselves. Guitar master Loudermilk’s songs include “Midnight in the Desert” and “Sunset on Indian Lake”; Overstreet’s catalog includes “When You Say Nothing At All” and “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy”; Varble’s hits include “Have You Forgotten” and “Waiting on a Woman”; Beathard’s smashes include “Like a Wrecking Ball” and “Don’t Blink”; while Mobley gave us the hits “There Goes My Life” and “How Forever Feels.”

Buy tickets at, the venue box office, or by calling 770-626-2464. Be there!



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