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Songwriting Series: Dustin Welch
September 2, 2020 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Join us for the first installment of our fall songwriting workshop series. Wednesday, September 2nd, 7-8 pm CDT. This course will include three sessions, each facilitated by a different songwriter. Musicians and songwriters of all skill levels are encouraged to attend! If you are an absolute beginner who aspires to write lyrics or melodies, you will learn some tools and activities to help you get started. Or if you already have a few songs in your repertoire, you’ll gain some new prompts and a space to do more writing, receive constructive feedback, and meet other creatives.
We are thrilled to have Dustin Welch lead our first workshop! Read more about Dustin below.
Community Conversation with Dustin Welch
- Wed, Sep 2, 2020 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM (CDT)
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A Nashville native, Dustin Welch grew up surrounded by writers, singers, pickers, and artists of all kinds. At an early age, he was exposed to the literary value of song form, and formed his own unique style of storytelling. Appalachian grooves and melodies coupled with lyrics, strange and beautiful. He encountered solid recognition for his talent and hard driving music and lyrical style for his first two solo records Whisky Priest and Tijuana Bible, putting him into the upper realm of Austin rockers. His long awaited third installment, Amateur Theater, was released in the fall of 2019.
The highlight of his active schedule is hosting weekly songwriting and guitar workshop in San Marcos for Armed Forces veterans suffering from post-traumatic stress for a program he founded called Soldier Songs and Voices. It’s inspiring—it’s a beautiful thing.