– The diverse musical talents of R&B artist Joseph Wooten, country’s Stephen Cochran and rock band Hip Kitty will entertain the attendees of Hollywood Meets Nashville’s first annual Grammy Viewing Party and Benefit Gala on Sunday, February 10th at the Molyneux Entertainment Building in midtown Nashville.
Joseph Wooten, keyboard player/vocalist for the Steve Miller Band and member of the renowned Wooten Brothers will headline the event. When he is not playing music you can often find him in various school systems across the country mentoring young people using his musical expertise and life experiences to uplift and inspire.
Recording artist Stephen Cochran is best known for his hit “Friday Night Fireside”. He is a member of John Rich’s infamous MuzikMafia, and a former Marine who has toured the Middle East performing for the troops. He works tirelessly with the Veterans Administration and wrote the VA’s national campaign theme song, “Hope.”
Hip Kitty is raw, honest, American ROCK music that transcends the expected and inspires the masses! The band actively brings awareness to their charitable causes, including the Autism Society of Tennessee, and the Hattie Larlham Foundation. They also perform for the troops on a regular basis.
Additional performances will feature Chazz Williams, Genesis Green, Craig Collins, and Meet the Seavers.