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Pick Pick Pass w / Kevin Mac, J.T. Harding, Tim Nichols

June 16, 20245:00 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 songwriters round hosted by Kevin Mac featuring J.T. Harding, Tim Nichols.

Doors – 5:00 pm
Show – 6:30 pm

Pick Pick Pass artists 6/15

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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JT Harding

J.T. Harding was born and raised in South Detroit. While other kids were on the baseball field, J.T. was in his basement jumping around to MTV and trying to write his own songs. He put together several bands in high school then moved to Los Angeles to pursue his dream. JT made his first demo tape with prize money he earned by winning the TV game show VH1 Rock N Roll Jeopardy. He has written several chart-topping hits including the 3 million selling “Smile” with Uncle Kracker, “Somewhere In My Car” with Keith Urban, “Somewhere With You” and “Bar At The End Of The World” for Kenny Chesney, Dierks Bentley’s “Different For Girls,” Jake Owen’s “Alone With You,” and superstar Blake Shelton’s number one song “Sangria.”

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Tim Nichols

With nearly two dozen smash hits, multiple BMI songwriting awards, a Grammy for Best Country Song, as well as being a member of the Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame, Tim Nichols has earned his place among Nashville’s most elite and respected tunesmiths.

In 2004, Nichols co-wrote Tim McGraw’s “Live Like You Were Dying,” which stayed at #1 for ten consecutive weeks. In addition to breaking a 30-year record, “Live Like You Were Dying” won the Grammy Award for Best Country Song in 2005. It also won the Song of the Year award from the Country Music Association, Academy of Country Music, BMI Country Awards, ASCAP Country Awards, Billboard, and the Nashville Songwriters Association International. It is the only song to have won every major song award that is presented for country music.

Other Nichols’ hits helped launch the careers of Jo Dee Messina, (Heads Carolina, Tails California) and Broken Bow Records recording artist Dustin Lynch. (Cowboys and Angels) Sony Music artist Chris Young stayed at the top of the charts for three weeks with the Nichols composition, “The Man I Want To Be.”
Recently Cole Swindell put a new twist on the Jo Dee Messina “Heads Carolina” classic by staying at the top of the country charts for five weeks with “She Had Me At Heads Carolina,” which also won the iHeart Radio Country Song of the Year.

Other artists to record Nichols’ songs include Alan Jackson, Reba McEntire, Blake Shelton, Faith Hill, Trace Adkins, Lee Ann Womack, and Keith Whitley.

When not on Music Row in pursuit of his next hit or entertaining groups with his songs and stories, Tim can be found on keynote stages across the country, sharing what chart-topping songwriters know about creativity, collaboration, and teamwork—so that companies, corporations, and businesses can be at the top of the charts in their own industries.

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