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Live at Puckett’s Hitmakers series with Doc Holladay, Steve Williams and Wil Nance $12- 1.5.19
January 5 @ 8:30 pm - 10:00 pm$12
Doc Holladay has become one of the most talked about and in demand new songwriters in the Nashville area. By day he is an eye doctor, but that likely won’t be for long. Voted as one of Nashvilles TOP 3 singer/songwriters in the 2012 Nashville Scene “Best Of Nashville” readers poll, Doc has been writing with some of the best writers in town and performing alongside the likes of Jimmie Van Zant, Chas Sanford, Wynn Varble, Tim Nichols, members of Tesla, Cinderella, and country hit maker Karen Staley. Doc has a full plate and a very promising future and approaches life and songwriting with the same reckless openness. With fearless honesty, subtle wit and deceptively clever humor, Doc’s songs speak to the heart and soul of the human condition from the perspective of someone who has seen it up close and personal and isn’t afraid to get his hands dirty. Sometimes vulnerable, and occasionally charmingly irreverent, Doc Holladay is one to watch.
Steve Williams’ songs are featured on 3 gold records. “Where Have I Been All My Life” recorded by George Strait has been heralded as one of the most poignant songs of Strait’s career and is featured on “Twang” (2009 release). “Redneck Yacht Club” (recorded by Craig Morgan), went to #1 in 2005 and became one of the most downloaded songs of the year. ASCAP called it “The summer song of the year.” It’s popularity spawned several businesses and the official website RedneckYachtClub.com. Buddy Jewell’s debut album also went gold and features Williams’ song, “O’Reilly Luck”. His Grammy nominated song, “I Get To” (Oak Ridge Boys 2012) flew to #1 on the Christian Music Charts years earlier for Blue County and has been recorded by several artists, including Jeff & Sherrie Easter. And on the opposite side of the songwriting spectrum, “I Didn’t”, recorded by Trick Pony, Kristin Chenoweth and numerous others, is a hilarious look into a dysfunctional relationship. “A Fathers Love (the Only Way He Knew How)”, recorded by Bucky Covington, received rave reviews from country radio. And when recorded by Canadian artists High Valley a short time later, it was awarded “Song & Video of the Year” at the 2011 GMA Awards. The Oak Ridge Boys, released “What’cha Gonna Do” in 2011 as a single (It’s only Natural album) and the video is a popular hit on YouTube.com. As a performer, Steve has worked with Kenny Chesney, Tanya Tucker. Visit SteveWilliamsSongs.com for more on his music and career.
Wil recently hit the top of R&R and Billboard with his BRAD PAISLEY smash “She’s Everything”, which stayed at #1 for three weeks. In addition; he also wrote the BRAD PAISLEY song “Hard To Say Hello”, which was on Brad’s TIME WELL WASTED bonus Cd sold in Target stores.
In 1999, Wil received a BMI award for “Round About Way”, a #1 hit single for GEORGE STRAIT. It has also landed on other George Strait Cd’s, such as; George Strait’s Latest Greatest Hits, and George Strait’s 50 Number Ones … Over seven million sales and counting.
Then in 2004, Wil received another BMI Award for his JOE NICHOLS single “Cool To Be A Fool”.
Other recent cuts include; the BLUE COUNTY single “I Get To”, TRACY LAWRENCE “Your’e Why God Made Me” and “Just Like Her”, JOE NICHOLS “Honky Tonk Girl”, Lyric Street Artist LISA SHAFFER “I Know I Love You” and “Sittin’ On Top Of The World”, as well as other major and independent label cuts.
Some of his past songwriting credits include; “You Are”, a JOHN MICHAEL MONTGOMERY single, “Next To Nothin’”, a GENE WATSON single, cuts on NEAL MCCOY “Same Boots”, CRAIG MORGAN “Everything’s A Thing”, “It’s Me”, “What You Do To Me”, MCHAYES “Mr. Right Now”, DIAMOND RIO “Big Time Lonesome”, and many others.
Seating for the show begins at 7:30, Show at 8:30, $12 cover charge, BOOK ONLINE or call 615-794-5527 for show and dinner reservations
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