Manager, Member Services & Marketing
401-223-1120, ext. 116
The Providence Biltmore
11 Dorrance St
Providence, RI 02903
Intimate VIP Reception
Exclusive access including photo opportunities with Nashville Songwriters. Limited Availability.
5:30PM - 6:30PM
A Little Bit Country Performance
Special Performance by Nashville, Tennessee Songwriters.
7:00PM - 8:00PM
Creative Cocktail Attire (don't forget the theme - RED!)...and yes you can wear Jeans!
VIP Exclusive Drink Red Wear Red: $175.00 per person
Drink Red Wear Red: $125.00 per person
Phil O’Donnell, a Canada native, made his first trip to Nashville in 1983 and began developing his skills as a songwriter. Officially making the move in 1994, O’Donnell has also worked as a musician, playing guitar with many artists including Craig Morgan, Jeff Carson, Kevin Denney, Johnny Lee, and Sherrie Austin.
O’Donnell’s songwriting credits include the #1 single, “Give It All We Got Tonight” recorded by George Strait, the # 1 single “Back When I Knew It All” recorded by Montgomery Gentry, “Love Remembers” and “I Got You” (Craig Morgan), “Tougher Than Nails” (Joe Diffie), “For She Was Mama”, “She Won't Be Lonely Long” (Clay Walker) Darryl Worley, “Sounds Like Life to Me”. Phil has also had songs cut by Blake Shelton, Rodney Atkins, Darius Rucker, Josh Thompson, Justin Moore, Scotty McCreery, Brad Paisley, Trace Atkins, Mark Chestnut, Tracy Byrd, Billy Ray Cyrus, Travis Tritt, Gretchen Wilson, Randy Travis, Neal McCoy, Tracy Lawrence, and Sammy Kershaw.
In addition to having a successful career as a songwriter, O’Donnell also serves as producer for artists such as Craig Morgan, Josh Thompson, Chris Janson, and Mark Wills. Among his many production credits is the six-week #1 country hit, “That’s What I Love About Sunday” (Craig Morgan), which was the most played country song of 2005.
Tim started his musical career on the West Coast playing the Bakersfield style of music in clubs and dance halls in Los Angeles and up and down the coast, opening for such acts as Leroy Parnell, Big House and Toby Keith. Tim later moved to Middle Tennessee, where he signed his first publishing deal with Hayes Street Music, a Don Schlitz company. Tim has enjoyed many major label artist cuts including the 5-week number one single “My List” recorded by Toby Keith. “My List” went on to become the R&R most-played song for the year 2003 and inspired the book, “My List: 24 Reflections on Life’s Priorities," published by McGraw-Hill also in 2003. Tim has had songs featured in film and television and also has had songs recorded by Lee Ann Womack, Jeff Bates, Tim Rushlow, Mark Wills, Josh Gracin, Darius Rucker, Chris Young and Billy Ray Cyrus. He has also had Top Ten singles with “It’s Good To Be Us,” recorded by Bucky Covington, “Holler Back,” the debut from The Lost Trailers and “He’s Mine,” by Rodney Atkins. His song “Love Like Crazy,” recorded by Lee Brice, went # 1 in 2010 and broke a record established by Eddy Arnold for the longest chart run in the history of the Hot Country Songs charts. He also co-wrote George Strait’s last number # 1- “Give it all We Got Tonight”.
After dancing the night away retire at the Providence Biltmore. Mention RI Hospitality Drink Red Wear Red event when booking a room.
The Providence Biltmore: Reservations Link
Overnight accommodations are separate from event registration. Guest rooms are limited. Guests are responsible for making their own reservations. Deadline for room reservations: February 26, 2014