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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 storytelling 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 beginning spring 2013.
General Admission $28
Assigned Seating $28
Prime Bench Seating
Assigned Seating $32
Group tickets for 20 people or more are $25 per person for lawn, $25 for bench seating and $29 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 below to see more info and a short bio on each artist
Friday, July 11, 2014
Kim Carnes’ voice was once called by The Rolling Stone “…an enormously compelling instrument to anyone enamored of blue-eyed soul.” Kim Carnes won Grammy awards for Record of the Year and Song of the Year for her smash hit, “Bette Davis Eyes.” She has penned three number one songs, including “The Heart Won’t Lie,” a smash duet for Reba McEntire and Vince Gill, “Don’t Fall in Love with a Dreamer,” which she performed with Kenny Rogers.
In only two short years into his first deal, Reba McEntire recorded his song "Moving Oleta." In 2012, Dean landed his first Billboard #1 song with Little Big Town’s summer smash “Pontoon.” He landed the Jason Aldean top 15 hit "1994,” co-wrote Toby Keith’s single “Drinks After Work.”
Greg Barnhill has written hits for everyone from Etta James to Leona Lewis. His first major career milestone was “Walkaway Joe” recorded by Trisha Yearwood and Don Henley. It went on to earn him a Grammy nomination. He followed it up with the crossover smash with “House of Love” for Amy Grant and Vince Gill. In 2007, Greg earned an Emmy nomination for his hit “It’s A New Day” for ‘The Today Show’.
Friday, July 18, 2014
Amy Grant has won six Grammy Awards, 25 Gospel Music Association Dove Awards, and had the first Christian album ever to go Platinum. Heart in Motion is her highest-selling album, with over five million copies sold in the United States alone.
Writer, Producer, Marshall Altman began his career on the West Coast in the mid-90s with a rock band, Farmer. In February of 2014, he broke through country radio simultaneously earning the #1 spot for “Friday Night” by Eric Paslay. These successes came on the heels of producing Amy Grant’s critically acclaimed album, How Mercy Looks From Here, which was her first album in twelve years.
Songwriter, Dylan Altman has been writing songs and performing in Nashville for 18 years. He has had three number one songs including Tim McGraw's "Watch The Wind Blow By," Jake Owen's "Barefoot Blue Jean Night," and Jason Aldean’s “Take a Little Ride.”
Friday, August 22, 2014
Brett James penned Carrie Underwood's 2006 Number One hit "Jesus, Take the Wheel," with Hilary Lindsay and Gordie Sampson. The song received Grammy Awards for Best Female Country Vocal Performance and Best Country Song. Other hits include "When the Sun Goes Down" by Kenny Chesney and Uncle Kracker, Rodney Atkins' "It's America", Chesney's "Out Last Night" and Carrie Underwood's "Cowboy Casanova", all co-written by James.
Troy Verges has written numerous number one hits, including "Wanted" recorded by Hunter Hayes, "Beer Money" recorded by Kip Moore, "Who I Am" recorded by Jessica Andrews, "Blessed" recorded by Martina McBride, "Wasted" recorded by Carrie Underwood and "I Want Crazy" recorded by Hunter Hayes. "Wanted" was ACM nominated in 2013 for Song Of the Year, while "I Want Crazy" received a 2014 Grammy nomination. Verges was named "Songwriter of the Year" in 2002 by Broadcast Music Incorporated.
Hillary Lindsey won a Grammy Award for Best Country Song for Carrie Underwood's "Jesus, Take the Wheel." To date, she has 10 number one singles as a writer. Lindsay had her first number one song as a writer in 2002 with Martina McBride's "Blessed". Six of her ten number ones as a writer are Carrie Underwood tracks including "Jesus Take The Wheel", "Wasted", "So Small", "Just A Dream", "Last Name", and "Two Black Cadillacs."
Friday, August 29, 2014
Marv Green’s first number-one hit, “True,” was recorded by George Strait in 1998. The following year he scored his second number-one with “Amazed” recorded by Lonestar. Green was honored by BMI with their Song of the Year Award in 2000 and the BMI Songwriter of the Year in 2001. Marv also claimed the ACM Song of the Year for “Amazed” as well as a Grammy nomination.
Soon after moving to Nashville, Kendell Marvel wrote the top five hit by Gary Allan “Right Where I Need to Be”. Since then, Kendell has had over sixty cuts. He landed seven songs on Jake Owen’s first two albums, including the hits “Yee Haw”, “Startin With Me”, and “Don’t Think I Can’t Love You”. One of Kendell’s biggest honors was having legendary singer George Strait cut one of his songs. “Twang” ended up being a hit single and the title of the album.
Leslie Satcher is a fifth generation Texan who has been a songwriter for Sony ATV for over a decade. Her songs have been recorded by artists such as Joe Diffie, Sara Evans, Lee Ann Womack, Wade Hayes, Reba McEntire, Vince Gill, Trisha Yearwood, George Strait, Jason Aldean, Kellie Pickler, Bonnie Raitt, Sheila E and Willie Nelson just to name a few.