CMA Songwriters Series Announces Toronto Show

Country Music Association’s critically acclaimed CMA Songwriters Series has announced a Tuesday, Jan. 23 show at The Great Hall in Toronto featuring Dean Brody, Levi Hummon, Marcus Hummon and Jessica Mitchell. Tickets for the event are on sale now.

British Columbia-born singer/songwriter Dean Brody is one of Canada’s most celebrated Country artists with 16 Canadian Country Music Awards and two Junos under his studded belt. Most recently at the 2017 CCMA Awards, he won the coveted Fan’s Choice Award, Songwriter of the Year and the award for Top-Selling Single of the Year for “Bush Party,” featured on his sixth album Beautiful Freakshow. Brody worked on Beautiful Freakshow in Nashville alongside long-time producer and friend Matt Rovey.

Born and raised in Nashville, Levi Hummon was surrounded by music greats, including his own father, award-winning songwriter Marcus Hummon. After studying painting in college, Levi was drawn back to music and found himself working with notable songwriters around town. In 2017, Hummon debuted two singles, “Don’t Waste the Night” and “Stupid,” made his first international appearance in the U.K., and spent the year touring with Frankie Ballard, Kelsea Ballerini, Billy Currington, Hunter Hayes, Kip Moore, Michael Ray and more.

Two-time CMA Awards winner Marcus Hummon has enjoyed a successful career as a songwriter, recording artist, composer, playwright and author. His best-known hits include “Bless The Broken Road” (Rascal Flatts), “Cowboy Take Me Away” and “Ready To Run” (The Dixie Chicks), “Born To Fly” (Sara Evans), “One Of These Days” (Tim McGraw), and “Only Love” (Wynonna). In 2005, “Bless The Broken Road” won the Grammy for Best Country Song. Both Marcus and Levi joined fellow songwriters in October of 2017 throughout Europe as the CMA Songwriters Series expanded internationally.

Toronto and Nashville-based singer/songstress Jessica Mitchell has spent the last decade digging deeper into her artistry, focusing on writing new music and crafting her richly unique sound. In 2017, she released two brand new tracks, “Don’t Love Me” as well as “Tear It Down,” which quickly landed on Spotify’s coveted Wild Country playlist. Last September, Jessica performed her song “Heart of Glass” to a standing ovation at the Canadian Country Music Awards. That same month, she also performed for Neil Young at his induction to the Canadian Songwriters Hall of Fame.

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