CMA Songwriters Series Returns To Library Of Congress
October 3, 2011 at 7:57 AM (PT)
The CMA SONGWRITERS SERIES will return to the LIBRARY OF CONGRESS’ COOLIDGE AUDITORIUM in WASHINGTON D.C., on WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16th at 8p (ET). The event will feature CLINT BLACK, PATTY LOVELESS, TIM NICHOLS, and host BOB DiPIERO.
CMA Chief Executive Officer STEVE MOORE said, “The LIBRARY OF CONGRESS is home to some of AMERICA's greatest treasures. I can think of no better place to showcase some of NASHVILLE's greatest treasures, our incomparable songwriters”
Chief of the LIBRARY’s Music Division Susan H. Vita said, “We are delighted to have the COUNTRY MUSIC ASSOCIATION as our long-term partner in bringing so many major Country artists to the LIBRARY. This is the second year of our collaboration in presenting some of the nation's most notable songwriters and performers."
The show is free, but a ticket is required and can be attained at www.ticketmaster.com.