|GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi Words & Music: A Songwriter Series to feature Don Bryant Nov 15|
(CLEVELAND, MS) – Join GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi November 15th at 7pm EST as they feature singer-songwriter Don Bryant for an evening of hit songs and ‘behind the scenes’ stories as part of the Words & Music: A Songwriter Series, moderated by Scott Bomar.
Singer/songwriter Don Bryant was born in Memphis, Tennessee. He began singing in church at age 5, and soon joined his father’s family vocal group. As a teenager, Bryant was offered a shot at songwriting and began writing material for artists at Hi Records, the label of veteran producer Willie Mitchell. Bryant is credited on as many as 154 titles including songs recorded by Al Green and Otis Clay. He also co-wrote his wife Ann Peebles’ iconic song, “I Can’t Stand the Rain.” The two have been married for over 50 years.
It is going to be a great evening full of incredible stories and undeniable talent!
The Grammy Museum® Mississippi is located at 800 W Sunflower Rd., Cleveland, Mississippi.