Granville, TN

Newbird On The Water presents acoustic music in Granville's Wildwood Resort

Kelleigh Michanichou

GRANVILLE, TN - Wildwood Resort hosts Newbird On The Water, a concert series featuring singer and songwriter every 2nd Saturday of the month. The next Newbird On The Water session will take place on Sept. 11 with Steve Bogard and Jeff Stevens.

Newbird On The Water offers an intimate conversation with singers and songwriters sharing their acoustic music and the behind story of their popular songs. The guests can have a relaxing night while supporting the singer and songwriter for $15 per person. Those who stay in the resort for two nights and more can join the event for free.

The singer and songwriter featured in Newbird On The Water are mostly award-winning and critically acclaimed. Marty Dodson, who wrote Rascal Flatts' “While You Loved Me”, and Clay Mills, who wrote Darius Rucker's “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” previously graced the event with their music and stories on Aug. 14.

Steve Bogard will share his decades of experience as a songwriter. He received numerous awards from ASCAP, BMI, SESAC, and two Grammy nominations for Best Country Song. Rascal Flatts’ “Prayin’ For Daylight” and Dustin Lynch’s “Seein’ Red” are among his best crafts. He currently serves as Magic Mustang Music staff writer.

Jeff Stevens will join the night and discuss his more than 30 years journey as a songwriter and producer. He recently received an Album Of The Decade award from the Academy Of Country Music for Luke Bryan’s fourth album “Crash My Party” that he produced. Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum honored Jeff Stevens for the museum's Music Masters program.

The event will take place under the South Deck Pavilion. Newbird On The Water only accepts reservations by calling at 931-653-4360. Guests can access more information about the event here.

Newbird on the Water - Singer/Songwriter Concert Series at Wildwood Resort

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