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Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum Songwriter Session: Kimberly Kelly, Brett Tyler and Bobby Tomberlin
Sat., July 23, 12:00 pm-12:45 pm| Included with museum admission; Free to museum members; Program ticket required.
A native of Lorena, Texas, singer-songwriter Kimberly Kelly wrote “Blue Jean Country Queen” and “Person That You Marry,” which are songs from her July 8 debut album, I’ll Tell You What’s Gonna Happen, produced by her husband, Brett Tyler. Tyler co-wrote these songs, along with two others on the record, and he’s also written “Cold Beer Calling My Name” (Jameson Rodgers featuring Luke Combs). Hit songwriter Bobby Tomberlin contributed the song “Summers Like That” to Kelly’s project; he’s also written “A Good Day to Run” (Darryl Worley), “I’d Want It to Be You” (Blake Shelton and Barbra Streisand), “One More Day” (Diamond Rio) and songs recorded by Country Music Hall of Fame members Eddy Arnold, Willie Nelson, the Oak Ridge Boys and Kenny Rogers.