Songs at the Center

Season 1, Episode 4 of 13

Artists: Jasey Schnaars, Donna Mogavero, Matt Munhall, and hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda. Special feature: Profile of performance venue, Natalie's Coal-Fired Pizza and Live Music. Jasey Schnars penned a top-ten country hit for the late Eddie Rabbit, which went on to receive an ASCAP award for one of that year's most-played songs. His songs have been recorded by Lane Brody, and the Washington Squares. He also wrote the theme for Songs at the Center, "Evolution." He performs "May Not Be Love." Donna Mogavero is one of the most notable female singer-songwriters in the Midwest. With more than 30 years in the music business, she has garnered much local and regional acclaim. She has recorded three original CDs. She sings "Curtain Call." Matt Munhall released his fourth album, 700 Miles, last year. Produced by Nashville's Brad Jones, the album features many notable musicians, including legendary guitarist Charlie Sexton, a mainstay of Bob Dylan's band. Matt demonstrates that great music is ultimately made from the moderation of craftsmanship and creativity. He performs "How Did I Ever Get This Far." "Scenes from the Scene" Segment: Natalie's Coal-Fired Pizza and Live Music has become a preferred stage for some of America's best singer-songwriters. Owner Charlie Jackson talks about how to present live music successfully.

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