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Pick Pick Pass w / Kev MaC, Wil Nance, Steve Williams

July 14, 20245:00 PM

Join us for the latest edition of Pick, Pick, Pass with Kevin Mac featuring Wil Nance and Steve Williams.

Doors – 5:00 pm
Show – 6:30 pm

Pick Pick Pass Artists July 17

Kevin Mac

Songwriter, artist, and entrepreneur Kevin MaC jump-started his music career in 2014 with an L.A. publishing deal. Kevin has since honed his craft, and his performance skills, having since written with legendary Nashville hit-makers Keith Stegall and Buddy Cannon; Grammy award-winning songwriters Wyatt Durrette and Levi Lower, and even with “young blood” tunesmiths who’ve penned hits for Zac Brown Band, Garth Brooks, George Strait, and Alan Jackson.

Kevin has shared the stage with a variety of artists, including Kenny Chesney, Trace Adkins, Rascal Flatts, Kip Moore, and The Band Perry.

The ever-evolving MaC is the co-founder of Tik Pik (“the pick that sticks” as seen on Shark Tank) as well as Elsie Marshall Shotgun Granny Whiskey and hosts a bi-weekly songwriters round at Eric Church’s new venue, Chief’s On Broadway.

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About Wil Nance

Wil Nance is a hit songwriter who has penned the #1 Brad Paisley smash “She’s Everything”, the and #1 George Strait hit “RoundAbout Way,” (as well as Strait’s “Where Have I Been All My Life,” “If Heartaches Were Horses” and “It Takes All Kinds”). Nance’s songs have also been cut by artists such as Tim McGraw, Easton Corbin, Tracy Lawrence, Joe Nichols, Craig Morgan, John Michael Montgomery, Neal Mc Coy, Blue County, Diamond Rio, Oakridge Boys, Rodney Atkins, Mo Pitney, Chris Janson and more.

Wil currently writes for CURB/WORD. In addition; Wil is part of Operation Song, a non-profit based in Nashville, Tennessee whose mission is to empower veterans, active duty military, and their families to tell their story through song.

About Steve Williams

Steve Williams started playing solo gigs when he was 16, working in bars. One of his first memories was the night an old drunk guy asked him to play “Me and Bobby McGee.” He did, and the man gave him a dollar. He said, “play it one more time,” and then gave Steve another dollar. This went on all night (Steve made 19 dollars that night)!

Steve joined an Illinois-based band, Woodrose, at age nineteen and had been writing songs for a couple of years by then. At twenty-two, he hooked up with Arrow Memphis (1976). They were pretty much country-rock based and gigs in the midwest were slim, so they headed to Tucson, Arizona where a friend, John Edwards, offered them a place to stay at his ranch at the foot of the Tucson Mountains. They became the house band at a place called the Stumble Inn and released a self-titled album, Arrow Memphis in 1980.

Steve’s wife (Terri) and he moved to Austin Texas in 1985 to join “Toby Beau.” They returned a year later when he got an offer to play with the Russ Bono Band. Steve went on to start a new classic rock band called The Blast and after a couple of years of local success, they were asked to be the backup band for a new Atlantic Nashville artist Woody Lee. That’s how he got to Nashville.

Steve wrote a few songs with Woody and that led to him signing my first Publishing deal with Malaco Music Publishing. That was 19 years and 5 publishing deals ago. Steve has been fortunate enough to have had two #1 songs (“Redneck Yacht Club” and “I Get To”) and to have had songs on 3 gold records. Artists who have recorded Steve’s songs include George Strait, Craig Morgan, the Oak Ridge Boys, Thom Shepherd, Buddy Jewell and Bucky Covington.

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