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Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 8:00 PM CST (7:00 PM Doors)
featuring Clay Mills, Dylan Altman, Erin Enderlin, and Mark Irwin
Thursday, Jan 24, 2013 8:00 PM CST
Joe's on Weed Street, Chicago, IL
21 years and over
Tickets are no longer available online. You can purchase tickets at the door tonight for the performance.
On Thursday, Jan. 24th, Joe's & Black Label bring you a special FUNDRAISER edition of The Circle Sessions. This Circle Sessions will feature four incredible writers and a few soon to be released Tim McGraw songs off his upcoming album – Two Lanes of Freedom…one of which finds Keith Urban supporting on guitar and Taylor Swift dueting with Tim! You’re sure here to hear some prior #1’s and soon to be top of the charts!
These songwriters get to do what they love for a living - write songs. And not just any songs - they write the songs that that go to the top of the Billboard charts, win Grammy’s, CMA’s and ACM’s. These are the guys that are making it happen behind the scene.
This January we’ll feature:
- Clay Mills: “Don’t Think I Don’t Think About It,” “I Got Nothin,” (Darius Rucker), “Fall,” (Kimberly Locke) and more…
- Dylan Altman: “Barefoot Blue Jean Night,” (Jake Owen), “Watch the Wind Blow By,” (Tim McGraw), and more…
- Erin Enderlin: "Monday Morning Church" (Alan Jackson), "Last Call" (Lee Ann Womack), "You Don't Know Jack" (Luke Bryan)
- Mark Irwin: “Here In the Real World,” (Alan Jackson), “Bama Breeze” (Jimmy Buffet), “Runway Lights” (Billy Ray Cyrus), and more…
All profits go to the Kyle Korver Foundation and Life After Hate. Two incredible organizations. The Kyle Korver Foundation is currently working with disabled children to place wheelchair ramps on their homes, with struggling schools in the CPS system and is working on many more great things… Life After Hate is working to implement programs in schools to stave off hate crimes and bullying while developing character in the students. They also work with victims of extreme violence such as we saw at the Wisconsin Sikh temple, and continue to look for other amazing endeavors to effect good.