Bluebird Cafe Concert Series
July 7: Charlie Worsham, Luke Dick, Travis Meadows
Charlie Worsham was born and raised in Mississippi, starting his music career in his teens. He was a part of the band KingBilly until 2010 when he began his solo career. Charlie has toured with Taylor Swift and opened for performers such as Miranda Lambert and Wade Bowen and will be opening during Kenny Roger’s final world tour. His first album, “Rubberband” was released in 2010, and his second, “Beginning of Things,” was released in April of this year.
Described by Rolling Stone as “something of an anomaly in the Nashville Songwriting community,” Luke Dick is a former philosophy professor with a unique twist on the genre. Striving to take lyrics in unconventional directions, Luke has written such hits as Miranda Lambert’s “Highway Vagabond,” Eric Church’s “Kill a Word,” and Dierk’s Bently’s “Roses and a Time Machine.” In addition to writing for artists, he’s also had success with musical productions for HBO and Hilton. Luke currently resides in New York City.
A Mississippi native, Travis Meadows is known for performances that evoke raw emotion and a narrative on religion, family, addiction, and freedom. After a long battle with cancer, drugs and alcohol abuse, he moved to Tennessee, gaining sobriety and traction in his music career. Travis has written songs performed by Dierks Bentley, Levi Lowrey, Eric Church and Lee Ann Womack and has received a 2001 ASCAP Christian Music Award, numerous #1 singles and five RIAA Gold Records. He is currently preparing for the release of his new album this year.
The Bluebird Cafe Concert Series features Nashville’s renowned singers, songwriters, and musicians. We’re pleased to partner with the original Bluebird Cafe to bring these talented artists to Sundance.
Artists: July 7: Charlie Worsham, Luke Dick, Travis Meadows
Availability: Bench seating sold out. Lawn seating still available