Bailey Bryan, Barry Dean, Sam Palladio and Cassadee Pope to Perform at

Showbox SoDo Tuesday, December 4, Tickets on Sale Friday, November 2

  CMA Foundation and U.S. Bank to Visit with Students in Support of Music Education 

NASHVILLE—The Country Music Association’s critically acclaimed CMA Songwriters Series Presented by U.S. Bank has announced a performance at Showbox SoDo in Seattle Tuesday, Dec. 4 at 7:00 PM featuring performances by Bailey Bryan, Barry Dean, Sam Palladio and Cassadee Pope.
The series hosts intimate performances with some of Country Music’s
most exciting songwriting talent taking turns telling the stories behind
their hit songs and performing them as originally written. Tickets for
the performance cost $25 and go on sale Friday, Nov. 2 at 12:00 PM/CT at

While in Seattle, the CMA Foundation,
CMA’s philanthropic arm, and U.S. Bank will visit with local students
to advance music education development in the community. There will be a
special opportunity for the students to learn from the songwriters
themselves in an intimate songwriting session. This will be the fourth
city this year to receive music education enrichment from the CMA
Foundation and U.S. Bank, which is part of the company’s Community
Possible Places to Play campaign. 

CMA Songwriters Series Presented by U.S. Bank previously hosted
performances in Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston and Los Angeles. Visit for more details.

Singer/songwriter Bailey Bryan fell in love with storytelling
and songwriting at an early age, penning every track off her impactful
debut EP. With critics including Rolling Stone and Entertainment Weekly touting her as an “Artist You Need To Know,” the Billboard “Chartbreaker” has already turned heads with her “rich songwriting” (The New York Times)
and infectious sound. The Washington State native has played for live
audiences across the country on dates with Kane Brown, label-mates Dan +
Shay and major festivals including CMA Fest, Stagecoach, LakeShake,
Faster Horses, Watershed and more. Bryan is currently gearing up for the
release of new music.

Barry Dean takes nothing for granted. Even after earning a Grammy nod
and topping charts, he still can’t help but think of how he seemed
destined to work a 9-to-5 in Kansas––a fate that now seems preposterous,
given his track record: two No. 1 singles for Little Big Town,
“Pontoon” and “Day Drinkin’;” a No. 1 hit for Michael Ray’s “Think a
Little Less;” and Ingrid Michaelson’s Top 40 smash “Girls Chase Boys.”
In 2016, he co-wrote Tim McGraw’s Top 5 radio hit, “Diamond Rings and
Old Barstools” which garnered him his first Grammy nomination and a
coveted “Songs I Wish I’d Written” Nashville Songwriters Association
International (NSAI) Award. The runaway success of Michaelson’s “Girls
Chase Boys” marked Dean’s first single on the pop charts and his first
BMI Pop Award in 2015. The song ultimately landed at No. 6 on the Billboard Hot
AC chart and No. 21 on the Top 40 chart. Dean also co-penned
Michaelson’s Hot AC hit “Hell No,” “Yesterday’s Song” from Hunter Hayes,
David Nail’s “Good at Tonight,” and Jordan Rager’s “Southern Boy”
featuring Jason Aldean. In 2017, he penned four songs that made their
way onto Steve Moakler’s anticipated album Steel Town—chart-climber
“Suitcase,” “Just Long Enough,” “Siddle’s Saloon,” and “Hearts Don’t
Break That Way.” Little Big Town also recorded “Free,” which Dean
co-wrote, and McGraw and Faith Hill recorded “Damn Good At Holding On,”
which Dean co-wrote with Lori McKenna. With a catalog that also includes
singles “1994” (Aldean), “Rum” (Brothers Osborne), “By The Way”
(Lindsay Ell), “Tattoo” (Hayes), “Drinks After Work” (Toby Keith),
“God’s Will” (Martina McBride), “On to Something Good” (Ashley Monroe),
and Moakler’s debut single “Suitcase,” Dean has earned a reputation for
writing gems that are both radio-ready and smart. Kenny Chesney, Carrie
Underwood, BØRNS, Jon Pardi, Alison Krauss, Reba McEntire, Blake
Shelton, Thomas Rhett, Maren Morris, Brett Eldredge, Jake Owen, Billy
Currington, LeAnn Rimes, and others have also recorded his songs. Read
more at

Actor and musician Sam Palladio grew up in the southwest of England,
surrounded by the beaches, surf and wild coastline of Cornwall. But it
was in Music City USA, Nashville, Tennessee, that Sam got his acting and
musical big break playing the role of soulful, Country songwriter
Gunnar Scott on ABC’s hit TV drama “Nashville.” Sam found himself
immersed in the worlds of Americana, folk and Country and was able to
make music with some of the finest musicians and songwriters in the
world. Sam has been able to play his music on world famous stages like
the Grand Ole Opry, the Ryman Auditorium, Red Rocks Amphitheatre, The
Troubadour and the Royal Albert Hall, play festivals throughout the
U.S., Canada, U.K. and Australia, such as Stagecoach, C2C: Country to
Country, Edmonton Folk Fest and CMC Rocks, and showcase his acting
talents to over six million viewers a week on prime time TV. Sam’s blend
of modern Americana is influenced by the folk and rock sounds of the
1960s and 1970s and classic storytellers like James Taylor and Paul
Simon. Sam started playing music in his teens and later went on to earn a
degree in Actor Musicianship from the prestigious Rose Bruford College
of Theatre and Performance in London. His other television and film
credits include Channel 4’s/AMC’s BAFTA nominated drama “Humans,”
BBC/Showtime’s comedy “Episodes” alongside Matt LeBlanc, “Runner Runner”
starring Justin Timblerlake and Ben Affleck, and Lucasfilms animated
musical “Strange Magic.” He is currently in the studio working on his
debut release set for the end of 2018. Read more at

In 2017, everything shifted for Grammy award-nominated,
Platinum-certified Country hit maker Cassadee Pope. The singer’s
powerhouse voice, inimitable presence, and endless charm transformed her
into a force of nature beloved by millions worldwide. Following her
victory on Season 3 of NBC’s “The Voice,” her 2013 full-length debut, Frame By Frame, bowed at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top Country Albums chart and Top 10 on the Billboard 200
all-genre chart. Its lead single “Wasting All These Tears” not only
notched RIAA Platinum certification, but it also achieved “Breakthrough
Video of the Year” at the CMT Music Awards in 2014. Additionally, she
received nominations at the American Country Awards and People’s Choice
Awards, to name a few.  During 2016, she teamed with Chris Young for the
No. 1 hit “Think Of You” and garnered a 2017 Grammy nod in the Best
Country Duo/Group Performance category. Along the way, she toured with
everybody from Dierks Bentley and Tim McGraw to Rascal Flatts and Young,
as well as making fiery appearances at Stagecoach and the U.K.’s C2C:
Country to Country festival.  Throughout this time, Pope made
significant creative strides as a lyricist and performer. The first
single “Take You Home” kicks off this phase with swagger, style, and
substance. Punctuated by confessional lyrics, it swings towards a
guitar-driven refrain as she croons, “I wanna take you home.” The
follow-up single continues her new-found love storyline in “One More Red
Light.” In the end, Pope’s music resounds and resonates on a new level
in 2018 and beyond. Pope is finishing production on her independent
album set for release early 2019.

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