Sips & Sounds of September
The event will be held from 6:00 - 9:00 pm at Rural Hill Farm, a beautiful, peaceful hidden gem located in Mount Juliet, TN. Attendees must be 21+, MUST SHOW ID and are welcomed to bring their own lawn chairs. However, plenty of tables and seating will be available.
Thank you to our current list of sponsors for supporting the 2023 event!
Run of Show
6:00 pm - Gates Open
6:15 pm - Welcome
6:30 pm - Songwriters in the Round
7:30 pm - Live Auction/Silent Auction
7:45 pm - Songwriters in the Round
8:30 pm - Silent Auction Ends
8:45 pm - Music Ends/Closing Info
9:00 pm - Event Concludes
You might remember Lauren Mascitti from the 2020 season of ABC’s “American Idol.” Mostly known for her solo round performance during Hollywood Week of a song she penned herself and dedicated to her nana titled “God Made A Woman,” she quickly became a fan favorite. During the Top 40 showcase in Hawaii, however, she became part of a history-making and controversial vote for the last spot in AI’s Top 20. Although she didn’t win the vote, putting her in 21st place, outraged Idol fans catapulted Lauren’s newest independent album release “God Made a Woman” to #4 on the iTunes Country Albums Chart within a day of her elimination. Lauren is determined to keep the fire burning bright using her momentum and success from her Idol experience as fuel. #21 just might be Lauren’s magic number…
Lauren is a country music singer/songwriter from Louisville, Ohio who moved to Nashville after graduating from nursing school. Singing since the age of 7, she has shared the stage with many notable acts across the United States and has been blessed to have written and/or performed with the likes of country music songwriting legends Delbert McClinton, Larry Gatlin, Pam Tillis, Matraca Berg, Pat McLaughlin, Big Al Anderson, Suzy Bogguss, and many more . Her most recent album, “God Made A Woman” was named by the New York Times in their “Best Albums of 2020” list, and was named by Saving Country Music in their “Top 12 Albums of 2020”. Lauren continues to release new music and is currently writing for her next project. To learn more, visit her website www.laurenmascitti.com
Jenn Bostic is a soulful singer/songwriter with a hint of pop, blues and gospel. Her emotive songwriting and powerful vocals have been touching hearts around the world. Her hit song “Jealous of the Angels,” written for her late father, has over 50 million collective streams on YouTube, has gone #1 on various iTunes charts by various artists in the United Kingdom and Ireland. The song was covered by the US Army Band, has been played on Sirius XMs The Pulse and other mainstream ACs reaching that format's Top 40, and the Positive Country and Southern Gospel Charts Top 10.
Bostic has performed sold out tours across the United States and Europe, including performances on the stages of The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman Auditorium, and Lincoln Center, as well as BBC Breakfast Television, BBC Songs of Praise, Daystar, and TBN US and UK. As an independent, Bostic was the first international artist to have her first three singles playlisted on BBC Radio 2. She was twice named “International Touring Artist of the Year,” by the British Country Music Association (2017/2018).
In 2012 Jenn Bostic received 5 Independent Country Music Association Awards including, “Best Songwriter,” “Best Musician,” and “Overall Winner.”
Her latest album, “You Find a Way,” created with Grammy nominated producer and hit songwriter, Lauren Christy, released July 2022, and was named “Album of the Year” at the 2022 Louder than the Music Awards.
To learn more about this amazing singer/songwriter visit: https://www.jennbostic.com