Cayce’s Steel Hands Brewing will be hosting some special guests Wednesday to help raise money for a worthy cause.

Songwriters in the Round will be an evening of entertainment, where four of Nashville’s top songwriters will share stories behind some of their hit songs. Brent Anderson, Monty Criswell, Lynn Hutton, and Frank Rogers have written for award-winning artists including Blake Shelton, Darius Rucker, George Strait, Tim McGraw, Jason Aldean, Florida Georgia Line, Sheryl Crowe, Kenny Chesney and Brad Paisley.

According to Steel Hands Brewing’s Marketing and Business Development Director Ashley Lambert, there will also be a live and silent auction with a variety of unique items, experiences, and one-of-a-kind trips available for purchase. Ticket sales and auction revenue will benefit The Courage Center.

“A huge part of our mission is to be an advocate to local movement, and really enhance and support our community in any way we can,” said Lambert. “We really can’t wait, we hope to raise a lot of funds for our friends at The Courage Center.

Scotty Mill and his wife, Susan, started The Courage Center about three years ago. The organization serves as a safe and supportive setting for young people and families on their recovery journey. “We just saw a real need in Lexington County in particular. It helps families and youth with substance abuse issues,” Mill said. “The real cool thing about The Courage Center is there’s meetings for the parents and youth separately, and there’s no charge for any of this.” Visit their website to learn more.

Tickets for Songwriters in the Round start at $50 for general admission. First responders receive a 50 percent discount. VIP tickets are $150 each and will include one hour early admission for a meet-and-greet with the songwriters, auction preview, VIP restrooms, full open bar and complimentary food. The event begins at 6:30 and will be held rain or shine. The Kenny George Band will start off the evening with live entertainment.

More details can be found here.

Categories: Arts & Entertainment, Cayce, Lexington County

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