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Enjoy a very special evening as some of the most well known Nashville song writers perform for a live audience. Joe Allen and David Lynn Jones have written some of the most well known hits for Johnny Cash, Gene Watson, Glen Campbell, Loretta Lynn, Don Williams, Willie Nelson, and others.

They are joined by singer/songwriter Pam Setser and multi-instrumentalist and Nashville veteran fiddler Tim Crouch.

What a great night of memorable music with these classic country songwriters and singers.

Saturday, June 29th, 7 pm at the Mountain View Meeting Place.

General Seating is $15 per person when purchased online or $18 at the door, if available.

Seating is limited at this intimate venue. First come, first served.

If you can’t make the live show, purchase access to the live stream for $5. Add the live stream to your ticket purchase and watch again when you get home!

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Performer Bio’s

Pam Setser is a singer/songwriter multi-instrumentalist born and raised here in Mountain View. She has written many original tunes, several that have placed at the top of the Bluegrass Music charts.

Joe Allen was a studio musician in Nashville for many years. He wrote hit songs for George Strait, Randy Travis, Don Williams, Johnny Cash, George Jones, and Gene Watson.

David Lynn Jones is an Arkansas native who has made his mark in Nashville by having his original songs recorded by Willie Nelson, Waylon Jennings, and Merle Haggard.

Kevin Tuckfield is a singer/songwriter who has put out nine independent albums, three of which were produced by Joe Allen. He is the voice of the popular radio show Arkansas Cowboy Radio Ride broadcast on Mountain View’s own KWMV 88.5 FM radio and International Western Music Association rebroadcast Western Radio.

This show is a production of Dancing Dolls Music in association with the Arkansas Cowboy Radio Ride radio show and Ozark Roots Music and Art non-profit organization. This program is made possible with funds provided by the Arkansas Arts Council.