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The series hosts an intimate round of performances with some of country music’s top songwriters taking turns sharing the stories behind their hit songs and performing them as originally written.
Lineup Features Lauren Alaina, Erin Enderlin, Sierra Hull and
Luke Laird Tuesday, Oct. 15 at KiMo Theatre, Tickets on Sale Friday, Sept. 20
CMA Foundation and U.S. Bank Visit Albuquerque High School in Support of Music Education
NASHVILLE — The Country Music Association’s acclaimed CMA Songwriters Series Presented by U.S. Bank has announced a performance in Albuquerque at KiMo Theatre Tuesday, Oct. 15 featuring Lauren Alaina, Erin Enderlin, Sierra Hull and Luke Laird. The series hosts an intimate round of performances with some of Country Music’s top songwriters taking turns sharing the stories behind their hit songs and performing them as originally written. Tickets for the performance are $15 and go on sale Friday, Sept. 20 at 11:00 AM/CT (10:00 AM/MT) through the KiMo Theatre website and CMA Songwriters Series website. $1 of each ticket sold will benefit the CMA Foundation, CMA’s philanthropic arm, which is committed to investing in high quality music education programs for all students in the United States.
While in Albuquerque, the CMA Foundation and U.S. Bank will visit Albuquerque High School to meet with music students and host an exciting interactive workshop focused on the craft of songwriting. The visit is part of U.S. Bank’s Community Possible giving and engagement platform and its Places to Play partnership with the CMA Foundation. This partnership has forged a $250,000 grant, a portion of which will benefit Albuquerque Public School’s musical instrument repair facility and support music students for many years to come.
The Oct. 15 CMA Songwriters Series Presented by U.S. Bank show will also include a special performance by a student songwriter from Albuquerque High School.
The CMA Foundation and U.S. Bank will visit two additional cities this year – including Minneapolis and Portland – to provide deserving programs with much needed music education enrichment.