Poets and Prophets: Salute To Legendary Songwriter Gretchen Peters
Saturday, January 24, 2015 - 02:00pm
Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame member Gretchen Peters was born in New York, and spent part of her childhood in Boulder, Colorado. In 1987 she moved to Nashville, where, in the 1990s, she became a successful songwriter with mainstream country hits including “The Chill of an Early Fall” (George Strait), “My Baby Loves Me” (Martina McBride), “Let That Pony Run” (Pam Tillis), “You Don’t Even Know Who I Am” (Patty Loveless), and “The Secret of Life” (Faith Hill). Peters earned a Grammy nomination and won CMA Song of Year for composing McBride’s 1994 hit “Independence Day.” A talented singer and musician, Peters has released several critically acclaimed recordings. Her newest album, Blackbirds, is projected for release in February. Peters will discuss her career and perform briefly. The program will be illustrated with vintage photos, film footage, and recordings. The event will be streamed live at www.countrymusichalloffame.org. After the program, Peters will sign Hatch Show Print posters commemorating the day. Takes place in the Museum’s Ford Theater.
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Museum admission or Museum membership required for program admittance. Limited seating available. Program pass required.
PROGRAM ADMISSION: Attendees will need a Program Pass to guarantee their seat. Program Passes are free with Museum admission or membership, and are given out beginning two hours prior to the program on a first-come, first-served basis. Seating is General Admission.