ASG welcomes Nashville hit songwriter Marc Beeson to The Mockingbird Cafe for Friday Night Live on April 18th and a songwriting workshop on Saturday, April 19th.
Marc Beeson is an American country music singer and songwriter and has co-written several singles which have reached the Hot Country Songs charts. Beeson moved to Nashville, Tennessee in 1990 and one of his first co-writes was “Even Now”, a top 20 hit for Exile. In 1992, he co-wrote Restless Heart’s “When She Cries”, which won him Country Song of the Year and Pop Song of the Year awards from the American Society of Composers, Authors and Publishers (ASCAP). Beeson signed to BNA Records in 1994, charting at number 70 with “A Wing and a Prayer”. Then, in 1997, Beeson founded the group Burnin’ Daylight with former Exile member Sonny LeMaire and former Southern Pacific member Kurt Howell. This group recorded one album for Curb Records and charted three singles. Beeson has since returned to songwriting, and continues to pen hit songs, including Pat Green’s 2008 single “Let Me”.
Marc will be the featured artist at Friday Night Live at The Mockingbird on April 18th, and staying over to facilitate a songwriting workshop on Saturday, April 19th from 11:30 AM -1:30 PM, also at The Mockingbird. Tickets for Marc’s Friday Night Live performance are $10 at the door and the open song circle will follow his show. Registration for Marc’s songwriting workshop is $25 for current ASG members and $40 for non-members, also available at the door.