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The Supper Club slates songwriter series

The free-to-attend weekly songwriter series is offered every Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m. at The Twelve Thirty Club’s Supper Club.

A small stage with instruments on it stands front and center while plush, red chairs and small cocktail tables surround it.

The event will be located on the second level of The Twelve Thirty Club.

Photo provided by The Twelve Thirty Club

The Supper Club is shaking up its programming with a songwriters series presented in partnership with country radio host Storme Warren’s Exit 209 podcast.

Each Wednesday from 3 p.m. to 5 p.m., “Stories Behind the Songs” features a new lineup of award-winning songwriters and artists. Bonus: The event is free to attend and no reservations are necessary.

The show will spotlight Chris Tompkins, Jimmy Robbins, and Jordan Minton — the songwriters responsible for penning Carrie Underwood’s “Before He Cheats,” Kelsea Ballerini’s “Homecoming Queen,” and Chase Rice’s “Forever To Go,” respectively — on Wednesday, Aug. 30. Plus, here are a few special guests to look forward to in the future:

  • Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame inductee Bob DiPiero
  • Grammy Award winner Brett James
  • Grammy-nominated songwriters Wendell Mobley and Lee Thomas Miller
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