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Casey Beathard w/ special guest Tucker Beathard

July 18, 20246:30 PM

Tickets on sale Wed, May 22 at noon for Premium Church Choir Members and Fri, May 24 at noon for the general public.

Join us for a night with father-son songwriting power houses Casey and Tucker Beathard.

Doors: 6:30 pm
Show: 8:00 pm

Casey and Tucker Beathard

Casey Beathard began his music career in Nashville singing demos for Hall of Fame writer Don Schlitz. After starting to concentrate on his songwriting, Casey scored the title cut on Kenny Chesney’s album, “I Will Stand” and then the single “Right Where I Need To Be” by Gary Allan. Since then Casey’s had over 10 #1 hits from artists such as Eric Church, Kenny Chesney, Darius Rucker, Justin Moore, Tracy Lawrence and more. He’s also written other big songs for Tim McGraw, George Strait, Billy Currington, Chris Stapleton, Scotty McCreery, Jake Owen and many others. Casey has been named BMI’s “Songwriter of the Year” three times and won his first Grammy in 2021.

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Tucker Beathard

Tucker Beathard may come from a family who is well-known in Nashville — his father Casey penned hits for Kenny Chesney, George Strait, and Tim McGraw — but he doesn’t quite fit into the conventional confines of the Music City. Drawing from arena rock almost as much as he does from country, Beathard often sounds like the social media-savvy son of Eric Church — which isn’t a stretch, considering that his dad co-wrote several hits with Church, including the 2011 number one “Homeboy,” which was reportedly written with the teenage Tucker in mind. This blend of old-fashioned musical values and youthful attitude was showcased on Beathard’s first album, 2018’s Nobody’s Everything.

Born and raised in Nashville, Beathard is the son of Casey Beathard, who himself was the son of country songwriter Bobby Beathard, who was the general manager for the NFL team the Washington Redskins in the ’80s.

Beathard self-released an EP called The Demos, Vol. 1 in 2015. The next year, Big Machine signed him to their Dot Records subsidiary, releasing the single “Rock On” that March. By October, it had reached number two on Billboard’s Country Airplay charts, paving the way for the release of the Fight Like Hell EP. The EP peaked at 14 on Billboard’s charts, but instead of launching a successful album campaign, this was Beathard’s high point with Big Machine. A second single, “Momma and Jesus,” stalled at 43 on the Country Airplay charts, then the Dot imprint folded, leading Big Machine to scrap the planned 2017 release of the full-length Dear Someone. Beathard and Big Machine entered a protracted negotiation to part ways, leading to his departure in 2018. He quickly signed with Warner Nashville, which released his debut album Nobody’s Everything — which was the first installment of a projected double album — on their Mother Tucker subsidiary in November 2018. King, the second installment of his debut, followed in 2020.

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