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Scott Reeves, Phil O’Donnell, Reeves Brothers Song Swap

July 23, 20245:30 PM

Tickets on sale Wed, May 29 at noon for Premium Church Choir Members and Fri, May 31 at noon for the general public.

Join us for an evening with Scott Reeves, Phil O’Donnell, Reeves Brothers as these prolific singer-songwriters share each others’ music.

Doors – 5:30 pm
Show – 7:00 pm

Song Swap artists

Scott Reeves

Scott Reeves is an American actor and country music singer. His best known roles include Noel Laughlin on ABC’s Nashville, Ryan McNeil on The Young and the Restless, and Steven Webber on General Hospital.
Reeves and Aaron Benward founded the duo Blue County in 2003, which recorded one album for Curb Records. Aaron and Scott departed Curb in 2007 and continue to write and perform together all over the world.

Reeves co-wrote Toby Keith’s 2011 Number-One single, “Made in America.” Between Blue County dates and movie/television roles, Reeves plays in the 80s cover rock band, “Port Chuck”, along with General Hospital co-stars Steve Burton, Bradford Anderson, and Brandon Barash.

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Phil O’Donell

Phil “Philbillly” O’Donnell, a Canada native, made his first trip to Nashville in 1983 and began developing his skills as a songwriter. Officially making the move in 1994, O’Donnell worked as a musician, playing guitar with many artists including Craig Morgan, Jeff Carson, Kevin Denney, Johnny Lee, and Sherrie Austin.

O’Donnell’s songwriting credits include George Strait’s 60th No. 1 “Give It All We Got Tonight,” No. 1 single, “Back When I Knew It All” recorded by Montgomery Gentry, “Love Remembers,” “I Got You,” and “More Trucks Than Cars”(Craig Morgan), “Tougher Than Nails” (Joe Diffie), “Fore She Was Mama,” “She Won’t Be Lonely Long” (Clay Walker), Darryl Worley, “Sounds Like Life to Me.” He has also had songs cut by Blake Shelton, Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Parmalee, Trace Atkins, Mark Chestnut, Travis Tritt, Randy Travis, Tracy Lawerence, Sammy Kershaw and many, many more. .

In addition to having a successful career as a songwriter, O’Donnell has served as producer for artists such as Craig Morgan, Josh Thompson, Keith Anderson, Matt Mason, Justin McBride, Chris Janson, Mark Wills, Tara Oram, Jason Blaine, High Valley, Steve Richard, Davisson Bros. Band. Among his many production credits is the six-week No. 1 country hit, “That’s What I Love About Sunday” (Craig Morgan), which was the most played country song of 2005. He is currently producing a studio album on Joe Diffie.

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The Reeves Brothers

It’s true, the nostalgic sound of classic Country music is back and it’s come in no finer form then the roadhouse twang of The Reeves Brothers. Matt and Cole Reeves grew up in the small town of Pahrump, Nevada, where they lived behind The Stagestop, a honky tonk where their father, Jack Reeves, headlined five nights a week. Needless to say, Country Music is embedded in the boys’ DNA, and playing it is second nature to breathing. Just as important as their dad’s influence, the brothers were, from an early age, surrounded by mentors like Dick Dale, Red Simpson, and Gib Guilbeau. The boys absorbed these various influences while working on perfecting their craft with each passing day. Both briefly pursued solo careers, but soon realized that family was at the heart of who they are and the heartbeat of their music. And so, in 2013, The Reeves Brothers band was born. They released their first full-length album, which the Las Vegas Review “deemed worthy of being played on a jukebox stocked with the likes of Charlie Rich, David Allan Coe, and Merle Haggard, with voices as smooth as top-shelf bourbon.”

After a successful album release and an ever-busying tour schedule and an expanding fan base, the brothers received the Ameripolitan Award for “Honky-Tonk Group of the Year” in 2018.

Although The Reeves Brothers have already created a successful and thriving music career as both touring and recording musicians, they have only really just begun. The last two years saw them on the road with Justin Moore and Craig Morgan, and they quickly caught the attention of hit songwriter/producer, Phil “Philbilly” O’Donnell. As they continue to build their team, the duo is also establishing themselves as a fixture on the Nashville scene.

Get ready for the classic Country Honky-Tonk of the Reeves Brothers coming to your town and your radio in 2024.

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