Join us as we welcome four amazing Nashville singer/songwriters to Lake Orion for a songwriters round!
A native missourian residing in Nashville, TN. His Americana Blues style is influenced by artists such as Otis Redding Creedence Clearwater Revival, Van Morrison to name a few. He released a digital 45 “The Nutthouse Sessions” recorded at The Nutthouse In Muscle Shoals, AL.March 2019. Streaming now on Spotify’s “Back Porch” playlist. Most recent release “The Dreamer” (single) September 2019. Nate has been on a schedule of minimal touring and steadily writing for his upcoming EP LP combination.
Matt Daniel is a singer/songwriter based out of Nashville, TN. On February 12, 2018 Matt moved from New Braunfels, TX to pursue a career in country music.
Ben Chapman grew up in Lafayette, Ga, raised in a family of music lovers and Bluegrass pickers. Music gatherings for Ben are as sure as the Georgia heat in July. As a small boy Ben was accustomed to gospel music and Sunday singings. He looked forward to visits with his grandparents because he could always count on their loyalty to classic country tunes. Ben knew music was his calling at an early age, at 12 years old he received his first guitar and the rest is history. Influenced by country legends such as Merle, Waylon, and Willie, Bens musical style also incorporates the love his parents had for Classic Rock that he grew up listening to as well, notably Jimi Hendrix, The Rolling Stones and Lynyrd Skynyrd.
Ben is currently writing and working with Nashville singer songwriters and playing local venues to pretty much packed out shows with a rapidly growing fan base. His current influences include his hero and mentor, singer songwriter, Channing Wilson, and the likes of Brent Cobb and Jason Isbell.
Ben is looking forward to his debut E.P. available in 2020.
Originally from Sugar Hill, GA and now living in Nashville, Meg is a versatile musician with a passion for truthful storytelling and compelling melodies. She fell in love with making music at the age of 5, picking up the violin and honing the classical side of that craft for 15 years. Despite a remaining passion for that music, a guitar under the Christmas tree one year changed everything. In 2014, she moved to Nashville to attend Vanderbilt and study business. After interning on historic Music Row at publishing houses and record labels for two years between college classes, Meg discovered that her love for songwriting could actually be a viable career. She jumped into the Nashville music scene wholeheartedly in pursuit of this dream and has garnered fast attention from peers and industry players. Meg enjoys performing around Music City with her favorite co-writers at The Listening Room, Revival615, the Bluebird Cafe, and many other venues geared towards the songwriting craft.