As part of Belmont University’s Homecoming week festivities, alternative pop artist and 2003 alumnus Andy Davis came home to Belmont as the host of the ASCAP Writers’ Night on Fri., Feb. 27 in the Curb Café. Students and faculty in the audience heard his well-known hit “Brown Eyes” and title track on his latest album “Let the Woman” along with performances by student writers Kara Reynolds, Josh Johnson and 2008 ASCAP Foundation Scholarship recipient Clare Dunn. Johnson, winner of the evening, joins the lineup for the annual Best of the Best Showcase on April 25 at 7 p.m. in the Curb Event Center. He will perform alongside winners from the CEMB Showcase series as well as fellow writers Chase Foster, Brooke Annibale, Stephanie Lambring, Matt Wright and the winner of the final Writers’ Night of the year (March 24, 6 p.m., Curb Cafe).
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