Featured Songwriters

Join us in welcoming these talented songwriters that will be joining us this year!

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Phillip Lammonds

Phillip Lammonds is a songwriter and talented instrumentalist
from the musically rich mountains of North Carolina. From his
childhood in the mountains to his time in the South Carolina
Lowcountry, it was this melting pot of sounds and rhythms that
formed his musical sensibilities. When pressed, Phillip describes
his musical and writing styles as “raking through a toolbox in the
dark.” In his opinion,“Songs aren’t really written, they are caught
like a fish. They’re out there swimming around. But they aren’t
always biting.”
After college, Phillip was a founder of The Blue Dogs, a beloved
and critically acclaimed bluegrass and rock inspired jam band.
He then started his family in Pawley’s Island, South Carolina
while working as a fishing guide, a falconer, and the owner of the
islands Southeby’s real estate company. All the while, Phillip
wrote songs and traveled to Nashville to pitch them. After fifteen
years, fifty or so trips to Nashville, and cuts on major artists—
Hootie and the Blowfish, Josh Turner, Craig Morgan—Phillip
moved to music city to pursue songwriting full time. He stepped
onto the scene with a publishing deal from Curb Entertainment
and a back catalog nearly five hundred songs strong. Phillip’s
songs have been recorded by artists like Lee Brice, Jerrod
Niemann, Darius Rucker, Blake Shelton, Edwin McCain, Craig
Morgan, Kellie Pickler, Mo Pitney, and Dylan Scott.

Matt Warren

In 2002, Warren made his professional staff writer debut onto Music Row’s elite songwriter scene with House of Fame in AL. Matt’s first cut was “Puttin’ Memories Away”, co-written with Gary Allan & featured on the Oprah Winfrey show. Warren is the recipient of 2 ASCAP Awards for most spins in a year (‘09, ‘13). In 2009, he won the ASCAP award for the top 10 hit “Learning How to Bend”. In 2013, he co-wrote the ASCAP award winning #1 smash hit & all-time biggest selling Gary Allan single ever, “Every Storm (Runs Out Of Rain)”, also nominated for 2014 ACM song of the year. He has had songs recorded by music icon Jim Lauderdale & Bruce Springsteen co-writer & band mate, Joe Grushecky. He co-wrote the lead single from the 2017 “Got Soul” record by Robert Randolph & The Family Band called “L-O-V-E Love Let It Do What It Do” which featured country star Darius Rucker & was a 2018 Grammy nominated record for Robert Randolph & the Family Band in the “Blues Record of the Year” category. Matt has 4 songs on the new Gary Allan record “Ruthless”.
Warren continues to work on his own artistry & put out his record “Self- titled” on his own independent record label, United We Jam Records.

Tiffany Goss

Tiffany Goss is a songwriter from Montgomery, Alabama. Known for her playful approach to writing and natural melodic sense, Tiffany never fails to draw out the best in her co-writers. After graduating from Troy University with a degree in public relations and journalism, Tiffany made the move to Nashville to pursue a career in the music industry. She landed her first job in 1997 as the receptionist at Warner Brothers Records. It was at the front desk of Warner that Tiffany found one of her biggest Champions, then CEO Jim Ed Norman. With Jim Ed’s encouragement and support, Tiffany signed her first publishing deal at EMI Music Publishing. Over the span of her career she has had stops at Buddy Killen Publishing as a staff writer and Curb Music Publishing as both Creative Director and a staff writer. Tiffany’s songs have been recorded by artists like Brooks and Dunn, Brett Young, Clay Walker, Delta Rae, and Chris Janson. Her talents have brought her into the world of television with placements on shows like The Bachelor, Hart of Dixie, Rachel Ray, Martha Stewart, and Fox News.

Pryor Baird

Tiffany Goss is a songwriter from Montgomery, Alabama. Known for her playful approach to writing and natural melodic sense, Tiffany never fails to draw out the best in her co-writers. After graduating from Troy University with a degree in public relations and journalism, Tiffany made the move to Nashville to pursue a career in the music industry. She landed her first job in 1997 as the receptionist at Warner Brothers Records. It was at the front desk of Warner that Tiffany found one of her biggest Champions, then CEO Jim Ed Norman. With Jim Ed’s encouragement and support, Tiffany signed her first publishing deal at EMI Music Publishing. Over the span of her career she has had stops at Buddy Killen Publishing as a staff writer and Curb Music Publishing as both Creative Director and a staff writer. Tiffany’s songs have been recorded by artists like Brooks and Dunn, Brett Young, Clay Walker, Delta Rae, and Chris Janson. Her talents have brought her into the world of television with placements on shows like The Bachelor, Hart of Dixie, Rachel Ray, Martha Stewart, and Fox News.

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Opening Act: Lauren Hall

Rising Country artist and songwriter, Lauren Hall, delivers a sound that is all her own stemming from her low country roots, organic edge, and a touch of tradition. Hall’s acoustic driven, contemporary Country sound comes from influences that range from timeless artists like Dolly Parton, Miranda Lambert, and Alison Krauss, to more modern Country-pop songstresses such as Taylor Swift and Kacey Musgraves.

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Communicable Disease Related Hold Harmless, Release, Waiver of Liability, and Indemnity Agreement

Songwriters in the Round to benefit the Grand Strand Miracle League, Inc. November 13-14, 2020, Osprey Marina

IN CONSIDERATION of being permitted to compete, officiate, observe, work, or participate in any way in the EVENT(S), I for myself, my personal representatives, heirs, and next of kin:

1. Affirm that I have not been diagnosed with, demonstrated any symptoms of or have in any way been exposed to any communicable diseases (including but not limited to the virus commonly referred to as COVID-19) within the past thirty days;

2. Acknowledge that I am aware that by entering the premises and participating in the EVENT(S) that there are risks to me and to those with whom I interact of exposure, directly or indirectly, to communicable disease(s) including but not limited to the virus “severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (SARS-CoV-2)”, “COVID-19” and/or any mutation or variation thereof;

3. HEREBY voluntarily agree to RELEASE, WAIVE, DISCHARGE and COVENANT NOT TO SUE on behalf of myself or on behalf of others with whom I interact, the promoters, participants, racing associations, sanctioning organizations or any subdivision thereof, track operators, track owners, officials, competition vehicle owners, drivers, pit crews, rescue personnel, any persons in any RESTRICTED AREA, promoters, sponsors, advertisers, owners and leasees of premises used to conduct the EVENT(S), premises and event inspectors, surveyors, underwriters, consultants and others who give recommendations, directions, or instructions or engage in risk evaluation or loss control activities regarding the premises or EVENT(S) and each of them, their directors, officers, agents and employees, all for the purposes herein referred to as “Releasees”, from all liability to the undersigned, his personal representatives, assigns, heirs, and next of kin for any and all loss or damage, and any claim or demands therefor, whether caused by the negligence of the Releasees or otherwise;

4. HEREBY agree to INDEMNIFY AND SAVE AND HOLD HARMLESS the releasees and each of them from any loss, liability, damage, or cost they may incur arising out of or related to my illness or death, whether caused by the negligence of the Releasees or otherwise.