October 6, 2018
Pleasant Hill Mansion

Music, Martinis & Making A Difference

Special Guests

Matt has teamed up with Curb recording artist, Dylan Scott, and has produced and co-written several sides for Dylan's debut self-titled album.  Matt achieved a huge milestone in 2017 by producing Dylan’s first #1 hit, “My Girl”.

Matt has also been writing with top notch artists, including Lee Brice, Cole Swindell, Jake Owen, LOCASH, Drake White, Eli Young Band, Dustin Lynch, Tyler Farr, Kelsea Ballerini, Rodney Atkins, Parmalee, Cadillac Three, Cassadee Pope and Granger Smith as well as several new, up and comers such as Brett Young, Runaway June, Seth Ennis, Cale Dodds, Brooke Eden, Adam Craig and many others. 

Jared Mullins is a Maryland native with a history as a baseball player, Sony Records artist, FEMA manager, bartender, blender salesman, and now a fast rising songwriter signed to Big Deal Music.   

In his two years as a signed writer Jared has had multiple songs recorded by Jake Owen, Justin Moore, Parmalee, Kane Brown, Dylan Scott, Granger Smith, and others.  


Additionally, Mullins has garnered over 50 holds including Chris Young, Thomas Rhett, Darius Rucker, Chase Rice, Rodney Atkins, William Michael Morgan, Michael Ray, Lee Brice, and many others.  

Matt Alderman
Jared Mullins
Rob Hatch

Rob Hatch, a Florida native, moved to Nashville in 2001 to follow his dreams of becoming a songwriter. 


In 2004, Hatch signed his first writing deal with BMG Publishing, and soon after credits started flowing in. Hatch has since written songs for Lee Brice, penning his No. 1 hit “I Don’t Dance” and the smash hit “Goodnight Kiss” recorded by Randy Houser.  Hatch has also written cuts for Craig Campbell, Jamey Johnson, Jerrod Niemann, Joe Nichols, Luke Bryan and Faith Hill to name a few. 


In 2014, Hatch was named SESAC Songwriter of the Year when his smash hits “Goodnight Kiss” and “I Don’t Dance” topped the charts. 

In addition to writing his own music, Hatch is currently collaborating on some unfinished works by the late Johnny Cash, which were recently found archived.

Southern Call is made up of two artists in Nashville, Sean Trainor and Cierra Louise. Hailing from North Carolina and Southern California, Southern Call shines a new light on country music. With a strong passion for harmonies and lyrics, this duo is always willing to step outside the box.


Whether on the stage or in the studio, there is no doubt this duo shares an undeniable connection. With idols such as Miranda Lambert, Emmylou Harris, and Jackson Browne, it is no surprise that Southern Call believes music comes first. 

Opening Act

Emmy-award winning journalist Rhori Johnston can be seen weeknights as co-anchor of NewsChannel 5 at 5, 6, and 10 p.m. He is also an occasional host of OpenLine, a nightly, issues-oriented, call-in program on NewsChannel 5+. Rhori is also NewsChannel 5's primary anchor for news specials and election night coverage. He joined the NewsChannel 5 team in the fall of 2005. 


Rhori volunteers his time speaking to area students, and as emcee of a number of annual fundraisers and events including the Salute To Excellence Awards, the Strobel Awards Luncheon, the Legacy Ball, the Nashville Adult Literacy Council's "Bee", the Scleroderma Walk, Crohns & Colitis Walk, and Laughter For The Children. 


Rhori has received a number of awards during his career. He was twice voted "Best TV News Anchor" while in Las Vegas. He has won three Emmy awards – the most recent for his work co-anchoring NewsChannel 5's continuing coverage of the historic floods of May 2010. He's a member of the Society of Professional Journalists, National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, and the Phi Kappa Psi Fraternity.

2017 Emcee for The Evening

Rhori Johnston

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