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Every year Sundance Resort brings a little bit of Nashville to Utah with a stellar line up of singer/ songwriter/musicians, who share their history, music and stories.
In the tradition of storytellnig and independent voice, Sundance has partnered with the actual Bluebird Café to bring a taste of musical storytelling to Utah. The actual Bluebird Café is located in Nashville, TN and is renowned for starting the careers of virtually every major artist in the country music business today, including Faith Hill and Garth Brooks.
Eccles Stage, Sundance Resort:
Tickets are available for purchase online or at the Sundance Resort Box Office begining spring 2013.
General Admission $25
Assigned Seating $25
Prime Bench Seating
Assigned Seating $27
Group tickets for 20 people or more are $21 per person for lawn, $21 for bench seating and $23 for prime bench seating.
Group tickets are only available to be purchased over the phone. Please call toll free 866.734.4428 between the hours of 10:00am - 5:00pm Monday through Friday.
Wheel Chair Seating
There are 6 spots in the amphitheatre reserved for guests with wheel chairs. Wheel chair seating must be purchased over the phone by calling 866.734.4428.
Click on the names of the artists below for more information on them and their careers
Paul was born and raised in Southeast Texas, he has called Nashville Tennessee home since 1994. In 2011, Paul was nominated for Breakthrough Writer of the Year by Music Row Magazine. To date his compositions have sold in excess of 10 million copies. He has written for Rascal Flatts, Blake Shelton, Jason Aldean and Dierks Bentley. He co-wrote Jason Aldean's 2012 ACM Single of the Year, "Don't You Wanna Stay."
After years touring Australia and being crowned the Aussie CMA 'horizon award winner' (best new talent) Kylie decided to focus on her songwriting. With TWO TOP 5 singles on the US charts to date (LEANN RIMES - 'Nothin Bout Love Makes Sense' & FAITH HILL'S 'Sunshine and Summertime') it's easy to see her hard work ethic and dedication to her craft is paying off.
Born in Amarillo, TX, Jon first moved to Nashville to attend Belmont University. Artists who have recorded Jon's songs include Thompson Square, Dierks Bentley, Tim Mcgraw, Blake Shelton, Chris Young, JT Hodges, Janna Kramer, The Invite, Ryder Lee, The Adam Craig Band and Corey Crowder, Jon's vocals have also been on Grammy nominated projects and feature films.
Grammy Award winner, Don Henry's songs have been recorded by Ray Charles, Patti Page, Conway Twitty, Blake Shelton, Lonestar and Miranda Lambert, among others. His song "Where've You Been" won the Song of the Year Honors from the Academy of Country Music, Country Music Association and the Nashville Songwriters Associate International.
Two time Grammy nominated Kim Richey has the ability to magically weave a tune that is at once soulful, poetic and filled with truth. She has written two number one songs and four top 10 hits in the U.S. Artists who have recorded her songs include Trisha Yearwood and James Morrisson.
Jack Tempchin is best known for the classic song, "Peaceful Easy Feeling," which was recorded by the Eagles. He also wrote the Top 10 pop hit, recorded by Johnny Rivers, "Slow Dancin'" He has written numerous songs that have been recorded by such artists as George Jones, Emmylou Harris, Glen Campbell, Patty Loveless, and Tanya Tucker, among others.
Brandy Clark is quickly becoming one of Nashville's rising stars. Clark is a co-writer on Miranda Lambert's new single, "Mama's Broken Heart," as well as on the Band Perry's latest hit, "Better Dig Two." Brandy has had songs recorded by Reba McEntire, Miranda Lambert, LeAnn Rimes, David Nail, Billy Currington, Kenny Rogers, Rebecca Lynn Howard, Joanna Smith and Amanda Wilkinson.
Shane McAnally was nominated in 2013 as songwriter of the Year by the Academy of country Music. He has written for such artists as Lee Ann Womack, Kenny Chesney, Reba McEntire, Jake Owen, Luke Bryan, The Band Perry, Lady Antebellum and Miranda Lambert. He wrote Lee Ann Womack's single, "Last Call" as well as Kenny Chesney's singles, "Somewhere with You," and "Come Over."
Josh Osborne co-wrote Kenny Chesney's "Come Over" with Shane McAnally and Sam Hunt, giving him his first number one hit. He is also a co-writer on Chris Young's hit, "Neon" and the Lost Trailers' single "American Beauty." Josh has also written songs on albums by such artists as Tim McGraw and Faith Hill.
Lee Miller has written number one hits that include, "The World," and "I'm Still a Guy," for Brad Paisley and "You're Gonna Miss This" for Trace Adkins, as well as Top Ten hits for Terri Clark, Joe Nichols and Jamey Johnson among other artists. "You're Gonna Miss This," "The Impossible," and "In Color" were all nominated for Grammy Awards for Best Country Song.
Bluebird Cafe Concert Series
Friday, July 19
Featuring: Brandy Clark, Josh Osborne, Lee Miller
Bench Seats Sold Out
Lawn Seats Available