Songwriters of Nashville Virtual Vacation Package

So you watched the Songwriter Sessions, learned about the songs, and the creative people behind them.

Are you ready to put your knowledge to the test? Answer the questions below to see if you’re a Music City Roadie, Opening Act, or if you can get a perfect score and become the Music City Headliner!

Liz Rose, Josh Kear, and Chris DeStefano have all written hits for this female country superstar.
J.T. Harding, Brent Cobbs, and Rodney Clawson have written songs for this male country star, including “Somewhere with You,” “Don’t It,” and “American Kids.”
This artist has written songs for Jake Owen, Lady Antebellum, Eli Young Band, plus many of his own including “She Don’t Love You” and “Friday Night.”
Up-and-coming singer songwriters Lindsay Ell and Tenille Townes are award-winning artists and have topped the charts in their home country. Name where these singing sensations originate from.
This female country legend has written songs for many artists including “Sometimes I Do” for Ernest Tubb, “The Life of a Rodeo Cowboy” for Merle Haggard, and “Senses” for Willie Nelson, and she has been a Grand Ole Opry Member for over 50 years.
Although both famous singers themselves, Bill Anderson and Jim Lauderdale have both written songs for this country artist including “Twang” and “Give It Away.”
This daughter of Hank Williams Jr. has written many of her own songs including, “Bedside Manner,” “My Lucky Scars,” and “Sign of Life.”
This artist is the brother of actor Jon Voight, and many of his songs have been covered by artists like Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Linda Ronstadt, and Emmylou Harris.
This country rockstar has had many songs like “American Saturday Night,” “The World,” and “I’m Still a Guy” written by Ashley Gorley, Kelley Lovelace, and Lee Thomas Miller.
Although both are songwriters, Bob Regan and Sonny Curtis are also both well known for playing this instrument. Regan has played many Grand Ole Opry shows, and Curtis has played for artists like Liza Minnelli and Waylon Jennings.
This songwriter has not only written for country artists like Sugarland, Billy Currington, and Tim McGraw, but also pop stars like Meghan Trainor, Jason Derulo, and Charlie Puth.
Earning a publishing deal at the age of 18, some of this songwriter's work includes, “Dancing Away with My Heart,” “It’s Simple,” and “Hard on a Hangover.”