Wildheart Wednesdays : Creating Community thru stories and song feat. Dave Pahanish , Matt Warren , George Shingleton w/ Ben Chapman
Wed August 4, 2021 6:30 pm (Doors: 5:30 pm )
3rd and Lindsley
All Ages


Join me for a fun night celebrating the songwriters behind your favorite songs. We’ll be celebrating the A side and the B side.

Some of their songs you’ll know and some of their songs you won’t, but you’ll hear the songs their way, in their voice with the stories that inspired them.The Nashville songwriting community feels like a home filled with talented artists and writers. Come out and be a Wildheart. See you there…..Dane


Wednesday August 4, 2021 

Doors: 5:30

Show: 6:30 to 8:30


 $12.00 in advance 

$15.00 (cash) at the door


Dave Pahanish: #1 singles “Without You” by Keith Urban, “American Ride” by Toby Keith and “Do You Believe Me Now” by Jimmy Wayne. Notable cuts by Dave include Tim McGraw’s "The One That Got Away" and “Right Back Atcha Babe,” #12 Billboard single “I Will” for Jimmy Wayne, Emily Wests “Completely Yours” (Dave coproduced) and Collin Raye’s “Divine Everlasting Love”.


Matt Warren: #1 single “Every Storm (Runs Out of Rain)” by Gary Allan. Other hits include “Learning How to Bend” by Gary Allan and “Love Do What It Do” by Robert Randolph & The Family Band. He has written for Jim Lauderdale, Bruce Springsteen and lots of great songs for Gary Allan. He released his own EP called 

Self-titled, produced by Tom Bukovac.


George Shingleton: Recording artist produced by Dave Pahanish with his second full length album release on December 4, 2020 via Rock Ridge Music titled Out All Nighter. The album offers offers eight gutbucket country songs charged with chronicling the daily interpersonal push-pulls between sin and redemption. Bear

witness to the confessional, pleading twang of “Handful of Hell,” the barrelhouse ramble of “Have a Good Time” (complete with a raucous honky-tonk chorus in its back half), and the album-ending, tender commitment of “I’m Gonna Be Your Man.” 


Wildheart Artist of the week: Ben Chapman