The Songwriter Summit and Showcase Comes To NWA
House of Songs, the international Songwriting Non-Profit, are set to host their Americana Fest Songwriter Summit Showcases in Northwest Arkansas. Featuring national and international songwriters, the Showcases will be held..
- Saturday, September 7 at Bike Rack Brewing in Bentonville, Arkansas at 7 pm,
- Sunday, September 8 at The Bearded Goat in Fayetteville, Arkansas at 7pm.
Tickets are $10 and on sale now at eventbrite.com.
The Americana Fest 2019 Songwriter Summit includes Elles Bailey (UK), Judy Blank (NL), Dylan Earl (US), Jonathan Terrell (US), Jamie Freeman (UK), and Brandy Zdan (CA/US). The Northwest Arkansas Guest Writers include Aaron Smith, Corey Post (Statehouse Electric), Dana Louise, and Lauren Nicole Clare (The Allie Lauren Project).
For The Americana Music Association’s annual AmericanaFest, The House of Songs will partner with the Texas Music Office and produce a day show at INDO Nashville on Thursday Sep. 12 (Noon – 2pm)
On Sep. 13th The House of Songs will produce another official AmericanaFest event at INDO, entitled The Songwriter Summit (5pm-8pm).
These events will feature Official Showcasing artists such as Kimmy Rhodes, Jaimee Harris, Shane Smith, Robert Vincent, Danni Nicholls, Western Youth, and more. On Sep. 14th The House of Songs will produce the inside stage at Groove Records alongside British Underground, and AMA UK, for the Bootleg BBQ featuring artists Brandy Zdan, Elles Bailey, Jamie Freeman, Judy Blank and more!
For additional show information, visit www.thehouseofsongs.org or wherever tickets are available.
ABOUT: The House of Songs is an International Songwriting Non-Profit that invites songwriters from around the world to share the universal language of music in collaborations designed to bridge cultures, build friendships and cultivate peace.
Established in 2009, founder Troy Campbell began inviting international artists to Austin, Texas, to create and collaborate with local songwriters. Recognizing music as a conduit for connecting diverse cultures, Campbell developed a plan to spread the concept to other parts of the world. The House of Songs has since facilitated collaborations with 31 countries and operates out of Austin (est. 2009), Bentonville, AR (est. 2017), and New York City (est. 2019).
CONTACT: Jamie Lou Connolly The House of Songs 479.223.0501