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Jun 17

Miranda Lambert & Kip Moore to Headline CMA Songwriter Series in Boston

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Miranda Lambert photo courtesy of Sony Music Nashville.

The CMA Songwriters Series will return to the Royale Boston Nightclub in Boston on July 11 to celebrate nine years. Miranda Lambert, Kip Moore, Brett James and Bob DiPiero, who will also serve as the evening’s host, will perform, sharing stories behind their hit songs.

“Nashville’s songwriters are the best in the world and CMA is excited to return to Boston to showcase some of these spectacular artists again,” Steve Moore, CMA Chief Executive Officer, said. “It’s great to see how this series has grown since it began in 2005, expanding to play in cities across the U.S., and overseas in places like the U.K. and Paris. Boston has given us such a warm reception and we are thrilled to continue to share the remarkable stories behind the hit songs with the terrific fans there.”

Miranda Lambert is the reigning CMA Female Vocalist of the Year and Song of the Year winner for “Over You,” a track co-written by her and husband Blake Shelton. Kip Moore had a hand in co-writing every song on his debut album, Up All Night, and has topped the charts with “Somethin’ ‘Bout A Truck” and “Beer Money.”

Brett James has more than 11 No. 1 hits as a songwriting, including “Jesus Take The Wheel,” performed by Carrie Underwood and “Mr. Know It All,” performed by Kelly Clarkson. Bob DiPiero has penned 15 No. 1 hits including Tim McGraw’s “Southern Voice” and George Strait’s “Blue Clear Sky.”

Tickets are available at ticketmaster.com, or by calling (800) 745-3000. The CMA Songwriters Series will also play in Chicago, Austin, Nashville, and New York with talent to be announced at a later date. For more information on the CMA Songwriters Series visit CMAsongwritersseries.com.

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