#CMASONGWRITERS

The Country Music Association Presents: CMA Songwriters Series
Witness the Genius of Songwriting

The CMA Songwriters Series gives Country Music fans the chance to see how some of their favorite songs began in their rawest forms. The show is all about successful songwriters performing their hit songs as they were originally written and sharing the stories behind them along the way. The one-of-a-kind experience is a celebration of Country Music that never disappoints.

The series has already played in a handful of cities across the United States, but just landed at Antone’s Night Club in Austin, TX for the first time. Songwriter Bob DiPiero hosted Randy Houser, Jerrod Niemann, and 2013 CMA Awards nominee, Lee Brice for the sold-out show last Wednesday night, Sept. 11.

CMA Songwriters Series - Austin 2013

Fans, industry members, and fellow artists came together for a fun time in the name of Country Music. For a peek at what they saw, check out our photo gallery here.

Bummed that you missed out? Don’t worry yet! There are a few shows remaining in this year’s tour. Lineup announcements and ticket information will be available soon at CMASongwritersSeries.com.

Plus, check out a clip of Kenny Chesney from one of our past shows!

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