Nashville Songwriters preform at live event: Cassidy Lynn Cassidy Lynn, from Lafayette, New York, has been performing since age of 11. She has opened for such legends as Charlie Pride in venues as iconic as The Grand Ole Opry. Cassidy’s passion of music led to her relocating in 2008 to Nashville. She can be found performing throughout Music City at the Bluebird Café and the historic Ryman Auditorium as well as across the nation, most recently a tour of Texas. Cassidy has immersed herself in songwriting and Music Row. Cassidy co- wrote the song made famous by Glen Templeton, “Ball Cap,” charting #1 for three weeks on the Highway and Sirius XM. Cassidy also has a publishing deal with Given Entertainment. She recently released her newest EP titled, “The Polaroid Project”, and released her first music video, “Loser.” The video is available on CMT.com. Wyatt McCubbin Wyatt McCubbin, from Selma, Ohio; has been performing since the age of 15. Wyatt has a passion for classic country and recorded his version of “A long time ago”, on the Waylon Jennings tribute album at the famous RCA studio A on Music Row in Nashville. By the age 20, Wyatt opened for country music legends, including, Merle Haggard, George Jones and David Allen Coe and performed at the famed Bluebird Café. This Singer/Songwriter will make you think you're listening to a man twice his age, with a gift in his voice, that can send chills down your spine, and songs that will make you raise your glass or flat out cry. Wyatt has a very unique sound in today's country music scene. He is country music with soul pouring out of a sideways grin. Emily Keener Emily Keener, from Wakeman, Ohio, started playing guitar at the age of 10, and was writing songs at the age of 11. Emily won a middle school song writing contest with a song titled, “We the People”. The song garnered the attention of former governor Mike Huckabee, and Emily preformed the song live on national television during an episode of the Mike Huckabee Show on the Fox Network. By the age of 16 she was a seasoned performer and artist. She is best known for her performances on Season 10 of The Voice receiving a four chair turn with her version of Elton John’s classic “Yellow Brick Road.” As a member of “Team Pharrell” her performances continued to engage audiences and judges alike as she rose to the top 12. Emily has a sound that is uniquely hers and brings country music, strong values, classic songs, and her own sound together in a truly memorable performance.