Mark D Sanders
with Sarah Majors and Megan Mullins
also available at ALL THAT (601 Lincoln Ave)
With almost three decades in the music business Mark Sanders has forged a resplendent career from his innumerable successes and accomplishments as a songwriter.
As one of the most respected and honored songwriters in Nashville, Sanders has compiled an extensively impressive list of hits that have yielded a career that is nothing short of amazing. Since his beginnings on Music Row, Sanders has accumulated a multitude of awards from respected publications including Nashville Songwriter’s Association International, Billboard Magazine, Music Row Magazine and American Songwriter Magazine. In addition to these awards, Sanders has also received numerous industry honors including four Country Music Association Triple Play Awards (three No. 1’s in a twelve month period), ASCAP’s 1997 Song of the Year, “No News” and Writer of the Year awards, the 2000 CMA Song of the Year for “I Hope You Dance” and the 2001 Grammy for Country Song of the Year, also for “I Hope You Dance.”
Sarah Majors has been a professional songwriter since 1994. The Tennessee native has enjoyed having songs recorded in country, pop, bluegrass, contemporary folk, alt-rock, and gospel genres. After the success of her first cut, title track and top-five hit “Love Lessons” by Tracy Byrd, her place among the Nashville songwriting community was firmly established.
Megan Mullins is a multi-instrumentalist, singer/songwriter whom you've probably seen perform, though you may not know her name. She's that violinist that you'll see playing with Shakira on SNL one night, then with Meghan Trainor and Miranda Lambert on the CMA Awards the next night, then with The Jonas Brothers, Alabama, Big and Rich or Shania Twain any other night. Megan Mullins has been a featured soloist on American Idol, NBC's Nashville Star, The Grand Ole Opry, SNL, Dancing with the Stars, The American Music Awards, The CMT Awards, Rachel Ray, Good Morning America, GAC's Next GAC Star, Jimmy Fallon, Jay Leno, Later with Jools Holland, PBS's The Outlaw Trail, The View and nearly any other TV program that features live music.