BMI, BMLG Showcase Nashville at SXSW

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• March 20, 2017 •

BMI Nashville Artists Shine At SXSW

Pictured (L-R): BMI’s Mason Hunter, BMI songwriter Brent Cobb, BMI’s Bradley Collins and Yeti Coolers’ Robert Sanchez pose backstage at the Yeti Coolers flagship store before Cobb’s performance. Photo: Erika Goldring

BMI Nashville was proud to bring some of the top songwriters in country, indie rock, and Americana to this year’s South By Southwest festival, held March 14-19 in Austin, Texas. Americana artists Brent Cobb, Liz Cooper and indie rock band Colony House played to a packed house at the BMI and Yeti Coolers day party, filling the Yeti flagship store with fans.

Country crooners Caitlyn Smith and Devin Dawson brightened the BMI and AT&T Fiber Acoustic Brunch presented by SunTrust Bank, while rocker Ron Gallo opened the BMI and SAG-AFTRA show at the ACL Live at the Moody Theater.

BMI songwriter Brent Cobb (right) and guitarist Mike Harris (left) tear through Cobb’s set at the BMI and Yeti Coolers Day Party at SXSW. Photo: Erika Goldring

BMI songwriter Caitlyn Smith sings at the BMI and AT&T Fiber Acoustic Brunch presented by SunTrust Bank at SXSW. Photo: Erika Goldring

Nashville indie rock band and BMI songwriters Colony House performs to a full-capacity crowd at the BMI and Yeti Coolers Day Party. Photo: Erika Goldring

One of the BMI and AT&T Fiber Acoustic Brunch presented by SunTrust Bank performers, BMI songwriter Devin Dawson treats the crowd to songs about finding love. Photo: Erika Goldring

BMI songwriter Liz Cooper, performing as Liz Cooper and the Stampede, rocks the stage at the BMI and Yeti Coolers Day Party at SXSW. Photo: Erika Goldring

BMI songwriter Ron Gallo opens the BMI and SAG-AFTRA show at the ACL Live at the Moody Theater. His latest album, released just before SXSW, is called Heavy Meta. Photo: Erika Goldring

BMI songwriter Ron Pope performs at the 17th annual BMI Howdy Texas BBQ, presented by AT&T Fiber and Deep Eddy Vodka.

BMI songwriter Langhorne Slim performs at the 17th annual BMI Howdy Texas BBQ, presented by AT&T Fiber and Deep Eddy Vodka at the legendary Stubb’s BBQ in Austin, Texas.

 

BMLG Takes SXSW

A Thousand Horses chats with TuneIn Country Roads host Kelly Sutton prior to taking the stage. Pictured (L-R): TuneIn’s Kelly Sutton, A Thousand Horses’ Zach Brown, Michael Hobby, Graham DeLoach, Bill Satcher, BMLG’s Dave Kelly and TuneIn’s Joyce Rizer. Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn

Big Machine Label Group artists A Thousand Horses, Delta Rae and Midland also delivered standout performances to capacity crowds at this year’s South By Southwest festival.

Delta Rae kicked off the night with a spirited performance of their new single,
“A Long And Happy Life.” Pictured (L-R): Delta Rae’s Ian Hölljes, Brittany Hölljes, Liz Hopkins and Eric Hölljes (not pictured: Grant Emerson and Mike McKee). Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn

Midland preps their Top 40-and-rising single “Drinkin’ Problem” backstage Friday night. Pictured (L-R): Midland’s Jess Carson, Mark Wystrach and Cameron Duddy. Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn

A Thousand Horses closed the night with their new single, “Preachin’ To The Choir.” Pictured (L-R): A Thousand Horses’ Michael Hobby and Zach Brown. Photo: Robin Marchant/Getty Images for TuneIn

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