Noted: Songs, Sips & Stories is our signature annual fundraiser held at City Winery, open to the community. Guests enjoy an evening of great music and wine, all to support the mission and work of Renewed. Please see below for more information including talent line-up, day-of details, and ticket information, We hope you will make plans to join us for this year’s fourth annual Noted: Songs, Sips & Stories!
For all questions, please contact Renewed at (615) 831-9838 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Date: Thursday, February 28, 2019
Time: Reception at 6pm. Program at 7pm.
Location: City Winery – 609 Lafayette Street, Nashville, TN 37203
We are pleased to offer two types of tickets this year for Noted: General Admission tickets and Patron Level tickets. All tickets are sold directly through Renewed. Please see below for more information.
General Admission Ticket: $75
- Open-seating (Please arrive early if you have a large group who wish to sit together)
- Complimentary pre-show appetizers and beverages
- Dinner service available for purchase during the show from a special menu
- Valet parking included
Patron Level Ticket: $500/Guest
- Reserved front-row table seating
- Complimentary pre-show appetizers and beverages
- Complimentary 3-course dinner during the show with unlimited beverages
- Special recognition in the event program and website
- Valet parking included
Featured Singers & Songwriters
Andrew Greer is a multiple Dove Award-nominated singer/songwriter and respected author, that is known for his old soul sound. Showcasing collaborations with some of the top names in Americana, bluegrass and Gospel music, including Sonya Isaacs, Ginny Owens, The McCrary Sisters, Ron Block (of Alison Krauss & Union Station), Nashville legend Phil Madeira, indie singer-songwriter Sandra McCracken and iconic Grammy Award-winning recording artist Sandi Patty, The Hymn Sessions and Christmas Sessions recordings reached the Top 10 on Amazon and iTunes mainstream charts respectively.
Point of Grace has over 8 million recordings sold, 3 GRAMMY® nominations, multiple Dove awards, and countless accolades. The story of a few gifted college girls with a simple passion to unite and share their musical gifts for the Glory of God continues to evolve and engage thousands of fans, both old and new. Their unique ability to affect audiences with heartfelt song and story is stronger than ever. Each new season of life seems to challenge the trio to reach even higher and dig deeper into their craft as seen in the musical and lyrical depth of their more recent projects.
Cindy Morgan is a storyteller. She is a two-time GRAMMY® nominee and one of Nashville’s most influential singer/songwriters, and has garnered 12 Dove Awards, including the prestigious Songwriter of the Year trophy. With 21 #1 hits to her credit, in addition to her own iconic discography, she has penned songs for such artists as Amy Grant, India.Arie, Rascal Flatts, Natalie Grant, Michael W. Smith, Point of Grace, Mandisa and Francesca Battistelli, among many others.
Brandon Heath is a Nashville native, Heath quickly won the hearts of listeners when he released his major label debut in 2006. With four No. 1 singles to his credit, including the RIAA Platinum-certified “Give Me Your Eyes,” the singer has garnered five GRAMMY® nominations, an American Music Award nod and an Emmy Award. In addition, he has earned eight Dove Awards, including two consecutive Male Vocalist honors (2009, 2010) and a win for Song of the Year (“Give Me Your Eyes”). Brandon has also been recognized as a top lyricist in his field with numerous songwriting accolades, including being named BMI’s 2014 Songwriter of the Year.
Hannah Blaylock has been singing and performing her whole life. She started a band in the 9th grade with her parents and a family friend in what eventually became the trio, Edens Edge. The trio was signed to Big Machine records in 2009 where Hannah sang and wrote their top 20 charted first single “Amen” and opened for some of her all-time favorite artists including Brad Paisley, Reba, Lady Antebellum, and Rascall Flatts. In 2013, Hannah went on to sign with Big Deal Music and create her debut solo album, “Bandit Queen” in 2016.
Autumn McEntire is the niece of country music legend Reba McEntire and country-gospel singer Susie McEntire. Autumn knew from an early age she would move to Nashville to pursue her love of music. After attending Belmont University, she signed her first publishing contract and received her first cut (“Kiss You On The Mouth”) on Danielle Peck’s debut album. Autumn has released several independent projects and continues to write music.
Eric Dodd first gained national attention as a CMT Discovery Artist, but he honed his craft playing more than 200 dates a year throughout the southeast performing in clubs, SEC colleges, and music halls where his likable personality, feel-good lyrics, musicianship, and energetic stage presence earned him a faithful following in a region with strong musical tastes and a deep pool of talent. He has opened for Sam Hunt, Old Dominion, Jake Owen, Corey Smith, Cole Swindell, Zac Brown Band, and recently for Sister Hazel.
Chancie Neal is a Louisiana native singer and songwriter. Her songs are diverse with a repertoire that swings from sweet Southern sass to tender heartache. Chancie has opened shows around the US for county super stars such as Luke Bryan, Jake Owen, Floria Gerogeia Line, Sam Hunt and Cole Swindell. Chancie signed her first major publishing deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing and shortly after, landed her first major cut on the “Duck The Halls: A Robertson Family Christmas” album called “Hairy Christmas” featuring Luke Bryan.
Tamara Stewart is an Australian award-winning singer-songwriter. She has enjoyed much success in her homeland for her long touring and recording career. Since her move to Nashville a couple of years ago, Tamara has quickly forged a new path and bright future is set in her new home country. Her latest album, “The Truth, The Music and Me”, due for release in 2019 will no doubt introduce her to a new audience here in the USA. She will head back to Australia to perform as well as a return to the UK to tour in 2019.
Kalie Shorr is a singer-songwriter from Portland, Maine who currently resides in Nashville. She is best known for her YouTube popularity, which boasts over one million views. Although she’s well known for her acoustic covers, her songwriting is her strongest skill. She pulls from all different genres to give her country sounding music a little bit of edge. Kalie has played shows across the country, from Los Angeles to Nashville to Boston.
Ben Rue is a Silverton, Oregon native that developed a passionate fan base in the Beaver State and continues to win over audiences around the continental U.S. Praised for his ability to capture real situations in his music, Ben emanates a storytelling signature that once defined country music. At the core, his tunes are as organic as his roots – reared by a grass seed farming family where he worked the fields with his two older brothers. His uninhibited desire and drive acquired him a spot on Sony Arista’s roster in April of 2014 as well as opportunities on the road with Hunter Hayes, Jarrod Niemann, Jon Pardi, Jo Dee Messina, The Band Perry, Eric Paslay, Craig Morgan, Craig Campbell, Lonestar, The Mavericks, Dustin Lynch and more.
Featured Special Guest Speaker
Dr. Ovidio Bermudez, is the proud co-founder of EDCT/Renewed. He currently serves as the Senior Medical Director of Child and Adolescent Services and Chief Clinical Officer for the Eating Recovery Center in Denver, Colorado. Dr. Bermudez holds academic appointments as Clinical Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics at the University of Oklahoma College of Medicine, and Clinical Professor of Pediatrics at the University of Colorado School of Medicine.
Thank you to our 2019 Patrons & Sponsors who are helping to make Noted possible:
Linda & Rock Morphis
Liza & Allen Lentz
Shelley & Gage Logan
Kathy & Marbut Gaston
Susan & Tim Akers
Jarrard Phillips Cate & Hancock