Artists: Willie Phoenix, Kathy Redwine & Hollie Brogunier, Steve Goodie, and hosted by songwriter Eric Gnezda. Artist Bio: Willie Phoenix, former A&M recording artist, and Columbus blues-rock legend. "He sang like Wilson Pickett, wore his Telecaster upside down like Hendrix, and had Elvis Costellos' gift for cutting a pop gem. He didn't play second to James Brown when putting on a show. He's as good as we've ever seen." (Joe Oestreich, Hitless Wonder.) He performs "So Beautiful." Artist Bio: Kathy Redwine and Hollie Brogunier hail from Oregon and Maryland, respectively. Their band, The Red Wine Effect, is known for fresh songwriting and exquisite harmonies. They've been featured on WSM Radio, home of the Grand Ole Opry, and at the coveted Key West Songwriters Festival. They sing "Group Therapy" and "Kiss Me Back." Artist Bio: Steve Goodie, is often called the funniest man in Nashville. He's been a frequent guest on many of the nation's top comedic radio shows, including Howard Stern, Bob and Tom, and Dr. Demento. He hosts Writers Night at Nashville's iconic venue for songwriters, the Bluebird Cafe. He sings "The NASCAR Song."