Friday, November 13, 2015

'Tunesmithing' to Celebrate Music in Film, Television and Theatre on Nov. 18

          NASHVILLE -- "Tunesmithing" will celebrate music in film, television and theatre with a show from 7-9:30 p.m. Nov. 18 (Wednesday) at WXYZ Restaurant/Bar at the Aloft Nashville Hotel, 1719 West End Ave. (near Music Row).

          Attendees will enjoy original songs and compositions by professional singer/songwriter Lisa Aschmann (hundreds of songs for movies and TV shows); professional singer/songwriter Everette Brown ("Summer Avenue"/PBS documentary series "Beyond the Parkway"); songwriter/composer/playwright Valerie Connelly ("Fearless, The Golden Love Musical"); songwriter/composer/instrumentalist Mark Horwitz (performed in the Broadway show "Beatlemania"); singer/songwriter/producer Bruce Michael Miller (four songs in the movie "Halloween Party"); and songwriter/composer/instrumentalist Bob Teague (guitarist for the four-piece instrumental group 'Quartessence').

           Admission is free. Food and beverages will be available for purchase. Publicist Chuck Whiting will emcee the show. Songwriter/audio engineer AJ Bigler will handle sound. "Tunesmithing" songwriters showcase is sponsored by Whiting Publicity & Promotions, Music City Arts Update, and Shine Time Records and Books. The monthly show was founded in 2003 to spotlight emerging, professional and hit songwriters, as well as artists of all kinds. The event offers mentoring, career growth and networking opportunities for artists at all levels.

          For more information about "Tunesmithing", call (615) 423-9857, write, or visit