Songs From The Heart is THE CORPORATE SHOW WHERE YOU CAN HEAR THE ORIGINAL ARTIST….THE SONGWRITER….SHARE THE STORY BEHIND THEIR MUSIC… These WORLD RENOWNED songwriter/artists have written songs that have sold in excess of 100 million copies. More than 30 of their songs have reached # 1 on the charts and they have won numerous awards from Grammy Nominations to the Most Performed Song Of The Year. Listen as they share the story behind the song in an intimate way that connects with the heart of an audience. The shows are well paced, funny and touching. From small groups of 20, all the way up to in excess of 2500 people, they capture any audience and leave them wanting more. They perform hundreds of shows each year and bring a little bit of Nashville to you, anywhere in the United States and around the world. Corporate clients like SOUTHERN LIVING, SHERWIN-WILLIAMS, TYCO and SQUARE D call on them again and again to perform at their events. We can customize a performance package for almost any event. Songs From The Heart is the corporate show!
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For further information in booking‘Songs From The Heart’ for your next corporate event entertainment.Contact: James Dean HicksEmail:
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About Songs From The Heart
Songs From The Heart will make your corporate event a unique, unforgettable experience!!!
In addition to achieving numerous Number 1’s and selling over 60 million “records” collectively, their songs have won Grammy, CMA, Song of the Year Awards, and have become the backdrop to manyof the special moments of our lives.
Their heart felt performances are a favorite among corporate clients all over the world. Not only will the listener be taken on an intimate journey into the color-ful, tender and often humorous story behind each song, they will be entertained by “the original artist” ..the incredible singers and musicians who created the songs and will be left with a memory that will last for years to come.
Different Packages that are offered include:
The Story Behind The Hit an intimate songwriter(s) performance
Team Building write a song and perform it with the songwriter(s)
Book the Bluebird Cafe have your own private show
Fun and Interactive Q & A’s
Packages are available for any size audience from small to large group settings.Also offering special rates for pre-purchased CD’s and your choice of Acoustic and/or Full Band settings are available for your next corporate event entertainment.Contact ‘songs from the heart’ organizer James Dean hicks for further information and Bookings for your next corporate event entertainment:
We represent the following writers plus many more
JAMES DEAN HICKS
James has written songs for many diverse artists...He wrote SWEET KISSES for Jessica Simpson , GOODBYE TIME for Blake Shelton, GRANDPA TOLD ME SO for Kenny Chesney, UNTIL YOU GOT LOVE for Jon McLaughlin, LOVELY FOOL for Jack Savoretti and has had over 150 songs recorded by artists like Johnny Cash, Merle Haggard, Charlie Daniels, Aaron Carter, Reba, Wynonna, Vince Gill, Aaron Neville and has written 5 Number 1 songs.....he recently had a huge hit as an artist himself with a number 1 video in Australia with the song The Long Night. Be looking for him on the radio airwaves soon. He is on the road touring constantly and loves meeting new people.
Born in Washington, D.C., and raised inVirginia, Richard Leigh began writing songsat the age of 10. He is a graduate of VirginiaCommonwealth University. In 1978, then Nashville mayor Richard fulton presented Leigh with a Key to the City. In 1988, he was honored with a space on the naras star walk of fame. In 1994, twenty years and one monthafter arriving in Nashville. His peers electedhim a member of the Nashville songwriter’s hall of fame. (his greatest honor) Richard was a 3 term president for the NSAI (Nashville Songwriters Association International). His song, “DON’T IT MAKE MY BROWN EYES BLUE” WAS VOTED ONE OF THE TOP TEN SONGS OF THE MILLENNIUM!
Hugh Prestwood has been writing hits for two decades. He was discovered in 1978 by Judy Collins, who gave him his ÿrst hit (Hard Times For Lovers), and subsequently recorded ÿve more of his songs. Prestwood has penned Number 1 hits for Randy Travis (“Hard Rock Bottom Of Your Heart”), Trisha Yearwood (“The Song Remembers When”), Michael Johnson (“The Moon Is Still Over Her Shoulder”), Shenandoah (“Ghost In This House”), Crystal Gayle (“The Sound Of Goodbye”), and Collin Raye (“On The Verge”). He has also composed hits for Highway 101 (“Bing Bang Boom”), Anne Murray (“Feed This Fire”), Michael Johnson (“That’s That”), Ty England (“Smoke In Her Eyes”), and Kathy Mattea (“Asking Us To Dance”).
This Illinois native cut his teeth playing bars throughout the Southwest during his late teens and early twenties. After a stint in Los Angeles he moved to Nashville. Marc recorded two solo projects for Warner Bros. and BNA before fronting the band Burnin’ Day Light on Curb Records. As a songwriter he has had songs recorded by Reba McEntire, Kenny Rogers, Martina McBride, Peter Cetera, Diamond Rio, Collin Raye, and Chicago, as well as many others. He has won 10 ASCAP awards including both Country Song and Pop Song of the Year for his hit, “When She Cries” recorded by Restless Heart. He is currently back on the charts with new singles from Pat Green.
Pat Alger was born in Long Island City, NewYork, but was raised in his mother’s birthplace,the small southern town of Lagrange, GA.Pat hit the top of the country charts in 1988 with Kathy Mattea’s version of Goin’ Gone, a song previously recorded by Texas singer Nanci Gri°th. Other Number 1 hits followed, including: She Came From Ft. Worth also by Kathy Mattea; Small Town Saturday Night by Hal Ketchum & Trisha Yearwood’s Like We Never Had A Broken Heart. His songwriting collaboration with Garth Brooks yielded 4 Number 1 singles for the mega-star: The Thunder Rolls, Unanswered Prayers, What She’s Doing Now & That Summer, remarkably going on to collectively sell over 60 million albums and still counting.
Born and raised in Sumter, South Carolina, a small town 80 miles from the coast., Rob moved to Nashville in the late eighties. He has scored hits as both a writer and an artist. With three nationally released albums and eight chart singles, Rob has toured with Travis Tritt, Reba and Brooks & Dunn, and has opened shows for Willie Nelson, Bonnie Raitt, Restless Heart, George Jones and others. “Songwriting has always been my primary focus, and I continue to enjoy my work in Nashville, while taking opportunities to perfrom around America and in Europe. I appreciate the blessings of being able to enjoy the music business and the great people it has allowed me to meet and work with.”