William Michael Morgan, Phil O’Donnell, and Danny Myrick

Join us for a special “Muletown in the Round” session with William Michael Morgan, Phil O’Donnell, and Danny Myrick
About this event
It’s time for another round of singer-songwriters at Marcy Jo’s Muletown in Columbia, TN.
Canadian native, Phil O’Donnell made his first trip to Nashville in 1983 and began developing his skills as a songwriter. Officially making the move in 1994, O’Donnell worked as a musician, playing guitar with many artists including Craig Morgan, Jeff Carson, Kevin Denney, Johnny Lee, and Sherrie Austin.
O’Donnell’s songwriting credits include George Strait’s 60th No. 1 “Give It All We Got Tonight,” No. 1 single, “Back When I Knew It All” recorded by Montgomery Gentry, “Love Remembers,” “I Got You,” and “More Trucks Than Cars”(Craig Morgan), “Tougher Than Nails” (Joe Diffie), “Fore She Was Mama,” “She Won’t Be Lonely Long” (Clay Walker), and Darryl Worley’s, “Sounds Like Life to Me.” He has had songs cut by Blake Shelton, Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore, Tate Stevens, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Parmalee, Jawga Boyz, Trace Atkins, Mark Chestnut, Gord Bamford, Tracy Byrd, Billy Ray Cyrus, Travis Tritt, Gretchen Wilson, Randy Travis, Joey+Rory, High Valley, Marty Raybon, Andy Griggs, Neal McCoy, Tracy Lawrence, Sammy Kershaw, and many others. In addition to having a successful career as a songwriter, O’Donnell also has served as producer for artists such as Craig Morgan, Justin McBride, Mark Wills, High Valley, and others. Among his many production credits is the six-week No. 1 country hit, “That’s What I Love About Sunday” (Craig Morgan), which was the most played country song of 2005. He is currently producing a studio album on Joe Diffie. O’Donnell also produced Gord Bamfords album ‘Tin Roof’ winning CCMA album of the year 2016. Most recently, O’Donnell has been in the studio producing new music for Aaron Watson, Craig Campbell, Carlton Anderson, Dillon Carmichael, Tyler Booth, and Drew Parker.
Muddy water Mississippi preacher’s kid Danny Myrick grew up playing, singing, and writing for his family gospel band in south Mississippi and had his first #1 gospel song at the age of 17. Upon moving to Nashville, Danny had several more southern gospel and Contemporary Christian hits before founding 90’s country-rock band Western Flyer, with whom he had numerous top 40 hits including the top 20 song, “What Will You Do With M-E?” Danny has gone on to have cuts on a diverse range of artists from Montgomery Gentry, Joe Cocker, Maddie & Tae. He has celebrated many hits such as Craig Morgan’s “International Harvester, Tim McGraw’s “Truck Yeah,” LoCash’s “I Love This Life,” and 2009’s most-played country smash, “She’s Country” recorded by Jason Aldean. In 2020, Danny released his first solo EP “King Of Jones County,” featuring the acclaimed song and video “God Is A Gun.” Recently Myrick has produced several #1 albums including “Love Out Of Time” by “The Voice” Season 17 winner Jake Hoot and “Company’s Comin’” by actor/comedian Leslie Jordan which features Chris Stapleton, Dolly Parton, Brandi Carlile, TJ Osborne, and more.
William Michael Morgan signed his first major label deal at the tender age of 19 and began hitting the top radio charts, landing at No. 1 on Mediabase with the Gold certified “I Met a Girl…” He then released an acclaimed EP and earned a Billboard Top 5 with his 2016 album debut, “Vinyl.” He has performed more than 50 times on the Grand Ole Opry and was featured by the Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum as a highlighted artist in the 2017 American Currents exhibit.
Hope to see you there for another evening of songs, stories, and music.
Doors open at 5 PM CT | The show starts at 6 PM CT.
Dinner and drinks are not included but are available for purchase alongside a full bar of creative cocktails.

Date

Mar 03 2022
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Time

6:00 pm

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Location

Marcy Jo's Muletown
105 E. 6th St. Columbia, TN 38401
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