Songwriter Session: Ed Hill and Dak Alley
Aug 23, 201902:00 PM - 02:45 PM
2 PM – 2:45 PM
Ed Hill, 2006 BMI Songwriter of the Year and Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame nominee, wrote songs recorded by Country Music Hall of Fame members George Strait (“How ‘Bout Them Cowgirls”) and Reba McEntire (“The Heart Is a Lonely Hunter”). His singles also include “Be My Baby Tonight” (John Michael Montgomery), “Find Out Who Your Friends Are” (Tracy Lawrence), “It Matters to Me” (Faith Hill), and songs recorded by Trace Adkins, Martina McBride, Tim McGraw, Montgomery Gentry, and Clay Walker. Hill recently released a memoir entitled It Matters to Me. Dak Alley co-wrote “Sunday Drive,” which was recorded by Country Music Hall of Fame members Alabama. He is the author of the book It Goes a Little Somethin’ Like This, which features sixty hit songwriters and their stories, and the host of his own internet and WAKM radio show, Nashville Underground Tonight. Following the program, Alley and Hill will sign copies of their books, available for purchase in the Museum Store. Presented by SunTrust. Ford Theater. Limited seating. Included with museum admission. Free to museum members. Program ticket required.
Included with Museum admission. Free to Museum members.
Advanced reservations are available to Museum members and can be made through the membership portal or by calling (615) 416-2050. Program tickets for the general public will be available day-of program at a first come, first served basis.
Museum members enjoy unlimited access to rotating exhibits, 10% off our retail and dining locations, discount tours of Historic RCA Studio B and Hatch Show Print, and more.
*Tennessee children ages 18 and under from Cheatham, Davidson, Robertson, Rutherford, Sumner, Williamson, and Wilson counties receive free museum admission as part of Community Counts: Museum Admission Program for Locals. Up to two accompanying adults receive 25 percent off admission. Proof of residency required. For more information, please visit Community Counts or inquire at the Museum Box Office.