Welcome!

Noted: Songs, Sips & Stories is Renewed’s signature annual fundraiser held at the iconic Loveless Barn, open to the community. Guests will enjoy an evening of great fellowship, music, and food and beverages, all to support the mission and work of Renewed.

This year’s event will feature special guest speaker Caroline Cook! Caroline is a writer, teacher, and speaker who is passionate about spreading truth and love to a wide audience and recently wrote and published her book, Hungry.

We hope you will make plan to join us at this year’s 6th Annual Noted event! Please see below for more information including talent line-up, day-of details, and ticket information. For all questions, please contact Renewed at (615) 831-9838 or info@renewedsupport.org.


Event Details

Date: Thursday, April 18, 2024
Time: 6-9pm. Reception at 6pm. Program at 7pm.
Location: Loveless Barn (8400 TN-100, Nashville, TN 37221)


Ticket Information

All tickets are sold directly through Renewed. Two types of tickets are available for our 2024 event: 

General Admission Ticket: $150/Guest

  • Open-seating (Please arrive early if you have a large group who wish to sit together)
  • Complimentary pre-show appetizers
  • Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Complimentary 3-course dinner service during the show
  • Free parking

Purchase General Admission Tickets!

Renewed Member Ticket*: $125/Guest
*Open to those who are professional members of Renewed in 2024. 

  • Open-seating (Please arrive early if you have a large group who wish to sit together)
  • Complimentary pre-show appetizers
  • Complimentary alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages
  • Complimentary 3-course dinner service during the show
  • Free parking

Purchase Renewed Member Tickets!


Featured Singers & Songwriters

CJ Field is a Massachusetts native and a true American singer songwriter with a soulful, honest, voice. Dubbed “The future Bruce Springsteen of country music” by 2023 Tennessee Radio Hall Of Fame inductee, Devon O’Day, CJ has performed on stage with the likes of Ashley McBryde, Aaron Lewis, Trent Tomlinson, Delta Blues legend Lil’ Sammy Davis and more. He co-wrote “Home Sweet Highway” with Ashley and Blue Foley, which she put on her Grammy, ACM and CMA nominated album Girl Going Nowhere that debuted at #7 on the Billboard Charts. CJ is also a co-writer on her highly anticipated fourth studio album that is set to drop this Summer. 

It’s been an incredible year as he continues to travel the world playing venues of all sizes, including being a featured artist at the FreshGrass Music Festival, Nashville Nights International Songwriters Festival in Denmark, NASCAR events and NCAA football games. He is currently on a solo tour across the U.S. promoting his latest single “Bad Decisions”.

Autumn McEntire is an Oklahoma native and long-time Tennessee resident. Her Instagram reads “wifey, momma, singer-songwriter” which sums up her most cherished passions in her life. Autumn comes from a country music legacy (aunt – Reba McEntire) and her love for music began when she was very young. Autumn moved to Nashville and signed her first publishing deal after graduating from Belmont University. Her artist career, although short-lived, brought two independent releases and a chance to stand in the circle for a once-in-a-lifetime performance at the historic Ryman Auditorium.

Learning from and writing with Music Row’s hitmakers, Tommy Lee James, Marcus Hummon, and Liz Hengber to name a few, Autumn’s style and personality comes out in her cuts by Lauren Alaina – “Don’t Judge A Woman” (2023), and the Grammy nominated title track to Reba McEntire’s release – “Stronger Than The Truth” (2019). She has also landed cuts from some of her favorite up-and- coming artists Walker County, Matt Stell, Sarah Allison Turner, Raleigh Keegan, Trea Landon, Lacy Cavalier, Cody Belew, Hannah Blaylock, Mae Estes, and Britnee Kellogg.

Chancie Neal is Louisiana native, and a platinum-selling songwriter and current record holder as the youngest World Champion Barrel Racer. One of her most popular singles “Rodeo Money”, tells the story of her winning ways on the rodeo circuit as a kid while showcasing her musical talent as an adult. That same kid met Luke Bryan after his show at a rodeo in Mississippi where he invited her on tour after hearing her play a few songs at 13 years old. She held that opening spot for the next seven years joining Luke for his Farm Tour, Tailgates & Tanlines Tour and Spring Break Tour where during her time on the road with Luke, she was the only female artist in the lineup.

She landed a deal with Sony/ATV Music Publishing in 2012, wrote “Ducks in a Row” for the show Duck Dynasty in 2013 and her song “Hairy Christmas” recorded by Luke Bryan went platinum in 2014. Chancie has opened for numerous artists, including Jake Owen, Chris Janson, Florida Georgia Line and Pat Green, was part of the official CMA Fest lineup from 2013-16 and was featured at Tin Pan South from 2015-17. In 2020, Chancie was reunited with Luke to put down background vocals on his song “Where Are We Goin’”, which is featured on his latest album, “Born Here, Live Here, Die Here”.


Featured Opening Talent

Caroline Dare is a Nashville, TN based pop songwriter/artist, mental health advocate, and certified cat mom. Originally from North Carolina, Caroline made the permanent move to Nashville at age 18. She is immersed in the Nashville songwriting community and is a regular at the Bluebird Café and The Listening Room Café. She is also an active member with ASCAP who nominated her for the prestigious Peggy Lee Songwriter Award which recognizes songwriters who demonstrate intelligent use of language, talent, and career potential. Some of her recent projects have been produced with hitmaker Nick Wheeler of The All-American Rejects at the helm who says of Caroline, “Caroline is a master of melody, she puts in the work, and it shows in her growth as a songwriter and a storyteller.”

Originally identified by the Nashville Songwriters Association International (NSAI) as “One To Watch” for a solo composition at age 11, she garnered two song nominations at the 2022 NSAI Member Awards with “Heart Problem” winning the song feedback category top prize. 


Thank you to our 2024 Sponsors who help make Noted possible:

Fowler Nutrition PLLC

Trap The Light Photography

For sponsorship information, please click here.

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