Direct from Nashville to Park City! “Let’s raise the one up to the good times, baby!” Join us April 1 for Nashville Night, featuring Travis Howard, Megan Linville, and Danny Wyrick!
I‘m a Georgia-born songwriter and producer who found respite from a lot of Southern guilt in Los Angeles. I was 26 when I got to East Hollywood. I felt like such a misfit until I started writing songs. Suddenly everybody wanted to hear my story. Because it was everybody’s story. I started my career writing country hits with Miranda Lambert, and I ended up working some with Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, Waylon Payne, Brooks & Dunn, and Reba. And working from LA, of course, I’ve had a lot of film and TV cuts. (The same song ended up on Queer Eye and Death Wish). Just before the pandemic, I was music producer for the FOX show Filthy Rich. Right after that, I teamed up with Danny Myrick to produce the first album by the late comic actor Leslie Jordan—an all-star album of duets (Chris Stapleton, Brandi Carlile, Eddie Vedder, Dolly Parton, TJ Osborne, and more), called Company’s Comin’. I have a lot of friends in this business. There’s all kinds. There’s the broody ones and the corny ones. There’s artsy ones and the ones that can clean sweat copper pipe. But I’ll tell you this, there is not one man standing more grateful than me for these adventures I’ve been allowed.
Born and raised in Nashville, Tennessee, Megan Linville has a voice that is a mixture of Laurel Canyon gypsy, southern sweet tea, and smooth Tennessee Whiskey. She recorded her first album at the age of 19 with producer John Carter Cash, the Grammy-winning son of the Man In Black, has performed at some of the sports world’s largest events, including the Indy 500, The Kentucky Derby, and many more, and her self penned recording of “Wrapped Up In Love” is the closing credits song for Hallmark Network’s perennial holiday favorite Snow Bride, as well as Hearts of Christmas. Megan was featured as one of CMT’s Artist Discoveries and her music video for “This Old Town” reached No. 3 on CMT’s 12 Pack Countdown and is now the new voice of Blue Bell Ice Cream, alongside Nashville Hall of fame Songwriter, Aaron Barker.
Muddy water Mississippi preacher’s kid Danny Myrick grew up playing, singing, and writing for his family's 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 '90s country rock band Western Flyer, with whom he had numerous top 40 hits. Danny has gone on to have cuts on a diverse range of artists from Montgomery Gentry to Joe Cocker to Maddie & Tae and 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”. In 2020, Danny released his first solo EP King Of Jones County, featuring the acclaimed song and video “God Is A Gun”, and produced recent No. 1 albums “Love Out Of Time” by The Voice Season 17 winner Jake Hoot and “Company’s Comin’" by the late actor/comedian/social influencer Leslie Jordan, featuring Chris Stapleton, Dolly Parton, Eddie Vedder, Brandi Carlile, TJ Osborne, and more.