Keith Urban announced a new tour named after “Raise ’em Up” co-written by Jeffrey Steele. Read the whole story HERE.
Artists like Jeffrey Steele are what 30A Songwriters Fest is all about. Maybe his name sounds a little familiar to you but you aren’t sure why… Maybe you’ve just never heard of him. But quickly scan this huge list of songs he’s written and you’ll understand why he was just inducted into the Songwriting Hall of Fame.
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Tickets are on sale for the 7th annual Jeffrey Steele & Friends concert and auction to support The Alex LeVasseur Memorial Fund of The Community Foundation of Middle Tennessee. The fund supports overlooked and at-risk youth locally and across the country. This year we are partnering with The Beat of Life an organization that provides therapeutic music programs to human/social service organizations and populations in need throughout Nashville that cannot otherwise afford it through the mobilization of Nashville’s talent and resources. The event will also feature a live auction. We hope you will join us! Get your TICKETS now!
If you have DISH network Tune in and set your DVRs for The Music Row Show “Best of Show” it will air Sunday, November 24th from 1:30-2:30 EST on chanel #102 and will include a performance by Jeffrey Steele!
Jeffrey Steele will be back playing the 30A Songwriters Festival in January! BUY TICKETS HERE
The 30A SONGWRITERS FESTIVAL is a three-day music festival featuring more than 150 songwriters and over 200 performances in venues ranging from intimate listening rooms to spacious outdoor amphitheaters amid a backdrop of brilliant white sand beaches and turquoise waters along scenic Highway 30A in Northwest Florida. For more information and constant updates, please visit the website: http://www.30asongwritersfestival.com/
Jeffrey Steele was inducted into the Nashville Songwriter’s Hall of Fame Sunday October 13th at the annual NSAI Awards and Induction Ceremony. Steele was officially inducted into the HOF by longtime friend and songwriter Bob Dipiero and songwriter’s Al Anderson and Craig Wiseman as well as artist/writer’s The Shuggah Pies and Aaron Lewis performed a slew of Steele’s hits including “What Hurts The Most”, “My Wish”, “The Cowboy in Me” and “Hell Yeah.” Read more about the evening HERE, HERE, HERE and HERE.