The Mockingbird Music Series Greenville #5 -Featuring Ira Dean

CityLake Village
CountyChicot (AR1075)
Date10/23/2019
Hours19:00
CategoriaEvents
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Lake Village
Chicot (AR1075)
Tel 2019-10-23
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The Mockingbird Music Series Greenville #5 -Featuring Ira Dean

This bi-monthly musical dinner series hosts intimate performances with some of Nashville’s best and prolific award winning songwriters, telling the stories behind their hits and performing them as originally written. Music City is known for showcasing its great songwriters at such historical venues as The Bluebird Café, Puckett's Grocery among others.  Event founder, Steve Azar, has been performing and putting on various songwriter events with his pals around the country with rave reviews and is excited to be bringing his friends and this Music City tradition to the Birthplace of America’s Music. The evening includes a dinner created by Chef John of The Downtown Grille and a complimentary themed signature cocktail. Limited to 150 seats.  $75 per person plus tax and feesBYOB – Wine and Liquor onlyBeer and set ups will be for sale at the event MOCKINGBIRD MUSIC SERIES GREENVILLE #5- IRA DEAN You may remember Ira Dean as the wild, untamed, crazy, energetic bass player of the country trio Trick Pony but since leaving the group in 2008, Ira has proven that strength doesn’t always come in numbers....

Back in 2000, Trick Pony exploded right out of the starting gate with their highly acclaimed and platinum selling self-titled CD.  Huge hits co-written by Dean like “Pour Me” and the Grammy nominated “Just What I Do” established Ira Dean as not only the wild man with headlights in his chrome stand-up bass, but as a brand new singer songwriting force and studio musician in country music. The trio won both the American Music Awards top new artist award and the Country Music Association artist of the year award. Ira co-wrote seven of the cuts on their second CD, On A Mission which brought five more Academy of Country Music nominations including “Album of the Year” and “Vocal Group of the Year”.  Now a few years and more than 50 cuts later, Ira is happy being “a power of 1” .
Ira has had songs recorded by Rascal Flatts, Joe Nichols, Chris Young, Trace Adkins, Colt ford, ex- pony Heidi Newfield, Jake Owen, Gary Allan, including his hit single “Feeling Like That”, and 7 songs cut by Montgomery Gentry, including their hit single “One in Every Crowd” and "I'll Keep the Kids" to name a few.  In 2012 Ira released his first solo single titled "Somethin' bout a Sunday" the video was a top 10 video for CMT and GAC.  In 2015 Ira Dean released his long overdue single "Nothin' to Do Round Here”. In 2017 the Academy Awards recognized Ira Dean for his work with Edwin McCain for writing and producing Edwin's song "I'm Back" which was an Oscar pick for best original music score in a film. *The organizer reserves the right to substitute songwriters in the event of an emergency.  The December Greenville songwriter guest will be announced at the September show with tickets opening for sale at that time.
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