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Song Summit Foundation hosts ‘Healing Harmonies’ event to honor veterans through music

PARK CITY, Utah — Song Summit Foundation, formerly the More Than Music Foundation, has announced “Healing Harmonies,” a special event on July 2 dedicated to celebrating veteran storytelling, connection, and live music. The event will benefit the Song Summit Foundation and will be held at the National Ability Center.

“Healing Harmonies” will feature a moderated panel discussion with SongwritingWith:Soldiers, an organization that uses music and songwriting to help veterans reintegrate and focus on mental wellness after deployment. The panel, moderated by Park City Song Summit founder Ben Anderson, will include special musical guests Jay Clementi, Danny Myrick, and Erin Enderlin.

The evening includes a program that will connect attendees through the transformative power of music, with the goal of supporting people in their communities through music and creative arts and bringing awareness to the challenges they face. Ticket sales will fund Song Summit Foundation’s efforts to support wellness initiatives via music.

Danny Myrick
Danny Myrick. Photo: Song Summit Foundation

More about the Featured Artists at “Healing Harmonies”

Jay Clementi, who had a Billboard #1 with Luke Bryan’s “Move” in 2017, has had songs recorded by top artists, including Dierks Bentley, Sara Evans, and Willie Nelson. He is the music director for SongwritingWith:Soldiers, a non-profit that pairs professional songwriters with veterans to help them tell their stories through song.

Danny Myrick, a Mississippi preacher’s kid, has written and produced numerous hits, including “International Harvester” by Craig Morgan and “Truck Yeah” by Tim McGraw. His recent work includes producing Leslie Jordan’s #1 album “Company’s Comin’,” featuring artists like Dolly Parton and Chris Stapleton.

Erin Enderlin.
Erin Enderlin. Photo: Song Summit Foundation

Erin Enderlin is known for her sharply drawn sad characters and has been honored at the Country Music Hall Of Fame & Museum’s annual American Currents exhibit. She has opened for the 2021 CMT Next Women Of Country tour and has won multiple accolades at the Arkansas Country Music Awards.

SongwritingWith:Soldiers holds retreats across the U.S. for veterans from all conflicts, creating a safe and inspiring environment to share their experiences and write songs with professional songwriters. These songs have been recorded and streamed online, raising awareness of the challenges the military community faces.

The event will take place from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m., with doors opening at 6:00 p.m.
and will be held at the National Ability Center, The Ranch, located at 100 Ability Way, Park City, Utah. Cost is $100 per person and $50 for veterans and active military. Food and beverages are available for purchase at the event. Buy tickets here.

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