Saturday, August 12: Trannie Anderson, David DeVaul and Cameron Bedell, 7 p.m. to 9 p.m.
These writers are coming from Nashville, TN into Greensboro to dance the night away at the lake. As experts in the music writing industry, these musicians have written songs that have topped the country music charts.
Trannie Anderson has a knack for painting poetic portraits of small town living, set to dynamic, heartfelt melodies in a fresh, yet timeless way. Since 2018, she signed a co-publishing deal with Sony Music Publishing and has had songs recorded by artists such as Lainey Wilson, Dan + Shay, Meghan Trainor, Pentatonix, Reba McEntire and others. She has also had songs in ads/tv shows with T-Mobile, Dodge Ram, Marshall’s, American Idol and more. Listen as she artfully walks the line of deeply authentic storytelling in a universal fashion.
David DeVaul, an artist with 17 years of experience in writing songs, has collected an arsenal of Country, Pop, RnB, Hip Hop, Americana and Rock Music. David honed his musical craft while working a number of odd jobs to help support his musical career. While releasing his own music, he recorded a recent duet with Charlotte Leigh, “Love Like That”. David wrote songs for Red Marlow from The Voice and Rayvon Owens from American Idol.
Cameron Bedell is a Nashville based singer-songwriter from Wichita, Kansas. After being a contestant on Season 14 of American Idol, he recorded a cover of The Weeknd’s “Earned It”, which received after 20 million streams. Most recently, he penned the Jimmie Allen single “Down Home”, which became #1 on country radio for two straight weeks. He also had a release on the latest Dylan Scott record, “Tough”, inspired by his son Calvin. Cameron has produced Tiera alongside legendary Dan Huff and has co-written five total songs released by Tiera, including her first radio single, “Found It in You”. He had the Sony Music duo, Seaforth’s first radio single, “Breakups”, which is currently their highest streaming song on all platforms.