BMI brings Nashville to Orange Beach
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September 27, 2019 - Orange Beach, AL - (OBA®) - Broadcast Music, Inc. (BMI) and the Alabama Restaurant & Hospitality Association (ARHA) are partnering together to bring good music, great drinks and even better people together for one special night. On Thursday, October 3rd , singer/songwriters Paul McDonald and Tyler Reeve are headed to GT's on the Bay in Orange Beach, AL for a Nashville-style “guitar pull” show. The event begins at 7PM, is free, open to the public.
 
The two featured songwriters are Alabama natives who have collectively co-written for country heavyweights such as Love and Theft, Luke Combs and Brett Young and worked with notable producer Jordan Lehning. While the night is sure to bring both fun and free entertainment, BMI would like to highlight the benefits that live music brings to any establishment while showing its appreciation to its valued music licensees.

“There's nothing quite like a fall night filled with live music,” said Jessica Frost, BMI’s Executive Director, Industry Relations. “BMI is excited to partner with the ARHA to bring some of Nashville’s talented songwriters over to Alabama and showcase the value that music brings to eating and drinking establishments across the country.
 
About the Performers:
Paul McDonald : Alabama born and East Nashville singer/songwriter, Paul McDonald is a creative force, constantly on the move. With his latest album "Modern Hearts", Paul brings a new flavor of alternative rock with southern swagger. An album delivered by a fiery lead vocal and self-penned lyrical prose that brings emotional depth to hooks and honest songwriting. Billboard describes it as "a beautiful journey of artistic and personal growth". Produced by Jordan Lehning (Rayland Baxter, Robert Ellis, Andrew Combs), McDonald enlisted an all-star cast of musicians to help shape his narrative.

Tyler Reeve : Alabama born and Nashville singer/songwriter, with a career that has spanned fifteen years. Growing up watching his uncle play guitar and singing at the family’s beach house, Reeve’s love of music began at an early age. While in college, Reeve stated writing music while playing in cover bands. He has gone on to co-write unforgettable songs such as “Whiskey on my Breath” (Love and Theft), “I Got Away With You” (Luke Combs) and “In Case You Didn’t Know” (Brett Young).
 
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