Save the Music and SongFarm.org have partnered to launch the inaugural Hometown to Hometown event in Nashville on Feb. 13. All proceeds raised from the evening will benefit new music technology programs in public high schools across the country.
Revered Nashville-based songwriters and producers Ross Copperman (Luke Bryan’s “Strip It Down,” Brett Eldredge’s “Beat of the Music”) and Nicolle Galyon (Dan + Shay’s “Tequila,” Miranda Lambert’s “Automatic”) will be honored as the 2020 Champions of the Year. Together, the pair have made an indelible impact within the country genre having amassed over 20 chart toppers.
"Ross and Nicolle are genuine champions for music education who have been giving back to their hometown music programs for years,” shared Henry Donahue, executive director, Save The Music. “Starting with our first meeting with Ross and Songfarm.org in Nashville, it was a no-brainer to join forces to bring the power of the songwriting and music production labs to more students and schools.”