The songwriters who created some of country music’s greatest hits will perform live at DPAC in a special benefit show on April 5th. Listen as Mike and Janie speak with J.T. Harding one of the songwriters who will be at the show!
At Nashville Songwriters at DPAC, the eight top country songwriters behind dozens of #1 country hits bring their songs and stories to DPAC to help benefit three local organizations: Kidznotes, a youth orchestra, band and choir program that uses music to encourage children to succeed; The North Carolina Boys Academy, Christian boarding school for teenage boys; and Voyager Academy Friends of the Arts, which aims to increase support for visual and performing arts at the Academy.
To purchase tickets or for additional information, visit DPACNC.com.
About J.T. Harding
J.T. Harding began his music career after winning the game show VH1 Rock ‘N Roll Jeopardy, which allowed him to record his first demo in Los Angeles. He worked with rocker Marilyn Manson and the band Linkin Park in California before moving to Nashville, where he wrote hits like “Different For Girls” by Dierks Bentley, “Sangria” by Blake Shelton and Uncle Kracker’s “Smile,” which topped the charts in and outside of the States.