County songwriters Brad and Brett Warren will perform with members of the Music City Hit-Makers and local musicians at the Ellen Eccles Theater in downtown Logan on Saturday, June 26.
LOGAN – The Cache Center for the Arts will host county music composer duo, the Warren Brothers, at the Ellen Eccles Theater on Saturday, June 26.
Brad and Brett Warren are members of the Music City Hit-Makers, a group of songwriters who tour acoustic renditions of songs they’ve written for some of Nashville’s most notable artists. According to Alek Nelson, Marketing Director of CacheARTS, these performances give audiences the chance to learn the stories behind their favorite county hits.
The Warrens will be joined by local and national musicians, he adds, breathing new life into the memories associated with popular tunes.
“We are delighted to have with us the talented music musicians City Hit-Makers and the Warren brothers,” said CacheARTS Executive Director Wendi Hassan. “It will also be wonderful to have local musicians back on stage at the Ellen Eccles Theater.
“There’s nothing like county music to celebrate a Cache Valley summer. “
Music for The Warrens has been recorded by Tim McGraw (“If You’re Reading This”), Toby Keith (“Red Solo Cup”), Blake Shelton (“Every Time I Hear That Song”) and Taylor Swift (“C ‘ is when “).
The Warrens’ compositions are regularly performed by leading county artists like Luke Bryan, Little Big Town, Lady A, Thomas Rhett, Billy Currington and others.
The brothers also wrote rock tunes for various artists, including Lynyrd Skynyrd, Nickelback, Hinder, Joss Stone, and others.
The Warrens wrote eight number 1 hits and five additional songs that reached the Top Ten on the Hot County Songs chart.
Brad and Brett Warren also have solid reputations as performing artists. In the 1990s, they toured extensively with Tim McGraw and scored seven Top 40 hits on the Billboard County Music Chart.
As performers, the Warrens have been named duo of the year by the County Music Association for six consecutive years. As songwriters, they won a Grammy nomination for “If You’re Reading This” and a CMA Song of the Year nomination for “Anyway.”
Brad and Brett Warren are also skilled storytellers, having hosted their own County Music Television reality series called “Barely Famous: The Warren Brothers”.
Tickets for the Warren Brothers event are already on sale at www.cachearts.org or the Ellen Eccles Theater box office at 43 S. Main in downtown Logan.
The Cache Valley Center for the Arts is an independent, non-profit organization that promotes the use of publicly owned cultural arts facilities in Cache Valley.
These facilities include the Ellen Eccles Theater, Thatcher-Young Mansion and the Bullen Center