PAUL OVERSTREET & Aaron Crawford
ONE DAY only April 4 2020 in The Vine up close and personal with PAUL OVERSTREET www.pauloverstreet.com as the main show starting with a 30/45 minute VIP meet & greet in the barrel room starting at 3:30pm @$80.00ea then at approximately 4:00pm start time Aaron Crawford www.crawfordaaronmusic.com will be opening the show by playing his very own original music.
Then to be followed by one of the best recording and song writing artist PAUL OVERSTREET playing some of his number 1 original songs and storytelling about his award winning career.
VIP Seating will be in the first 2 rows and limited with a table of min/max 4 to 8 persons per table.
All general seating will be open concert style seating (no table) @ $45.00ea
This event shall be considered an indoors live solo acoustic listening concert/show only rain or shine.
During his songwriting career, primarily in the Country genre, Paul Overstreet has written /co-written 27 Top Ten songs. He has also won two Grammy Awards and ACM and CMA Song of the Year Awards (1987 and 1988). Paul; Overstreet was named the BMI Songwriter of the Year five straight years, from 1987-91, an achievement on music row that has not been achieved before or since. He co-wrote "A Long Line of Love", "Love Can Build a Bridge", and "Forever and Ever, Amen". Other well-known hits of recent years he is known for are "She Thinks My Tractor's Sexy" by Kenny Chesney and "Some Beach" by Blake Shelton, which was a Number One hit in 2004
Paul Overstreet is best known for writing country songs such as "Forever and Ever, Amen" and "On the Other Hand", both of which were Number Ones for Randy Travis. He also co-wrote "When You Say Nothing at All" which was a Number One hit at the end of 1988 for Keith Whitley, and later a Top Five hit in 1995 for Alison Krauss, and revived later in 1999 by Ronan Keating of Boyzone. He is also known for writing the worship song God Is Good All the Time with Don Moen, which has become one of Moen's signature songs.
Overstreet was first signed as a singer in 1982. His debut single, "Beautiful Baby", peaked at No. 76 on the country charts that year, and was the first single from his self-titled debut album. After co-writing Tanya Tucker's 1987 single "I Won't Take Less Than Your Love" with Don Schlitz, Overstreet and fellow singer-songwriter Paul Davis became guest vocalists on the song, which became a Number One hit that year.
Also in 1987, Overstreet founded the trio S-K-O (also known as Schuyler, Knoblauch & Overstreet) with Thom Schuyler and J. Fred Knoblauch, both former solo singers. S-K-O charted three singles with Overstreet as a member, including the Number One "Baby's Got a New Baby". After one album the trio was renamed S-K-B when Overstreet left and was replaced by Craig Burckhardt.
In 1988, Overstreet signed to RCA Nashville as a solo artist. His second solo album, Sowin' Love, accounted for five straight Top 10 hits on the country charts: "Love Helps Those", the title track, "All the Fun", "Seein' My Father in Me" and "Richest Man on Earth." His second album, 1990's Heroes, produced his only solo Number One in its lead-off single "Daddy's Come Around", which was followed by the Top Ten "Heroes" and "Ball and Chain". However, his chart success soon waned, with "If I Could Bottle This Up" peaking at No. 30 and "Billy Can't Read" falling short of Top 40. A third RCA album, Love Is Strong, produced the No. 22 "Me and My Baby" and two more singles which missed the Top 40. Also, the song "There But for the Grace of God Go I" won a Dove Award for Country Recorded Song of the Year at the 24th GMA Dove Awards in 1993. Three years later, Overstreet released his first album for Scarlet Moon Records, Time. It produced his last single to enter the country charts, "We've Got to Keep on Meeting like this," which peaked at No. 73.
As the founder, and original Cascade Country artist, Aaron Crawford is forging a new path: paying respect to the roots, instrumentation, and songwriting of traditional country, yet blending those flavors with the Seattle sound including the likes of the grunge scene icons Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and even Foo Fighters. His new album, Hotel Bible, was recorded at Robert Lang Studios, the last place Nirvana recorded, and the first place Dave Grohl trusted to launch his new project. Approaching his career with a blue collar mentality, Crawford writes and records his way (with a little help from his friends) choosing to build a grassroots following in the oft overlooked country scene of the Great Northwest. Penning the now ubiquitous Evergreen a tribute to living in the Seattle area, he has logged just under 1,000 gigs, and its apparent. His live show is just that: a show. His charisma and stage presence entice the audience to sing along, and the powerhouse Seattle radio stations championing him and his band, even including him as the occasional on air personality. If you havent heard of him yet, you will. His drive, enthusiasm, and desire to succeed, will most certainly make him a mainstay of the diehard country music fan.
Bertelsen Winery (View)
20598 Starbird Road
Mount Vernon, WA 98274
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: No|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|