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Songs at the Center

Hosted by singer-songwriter Eric Gnezda, from The Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center of Worthington, OH (Pronunciations: Arata=Ah-ROT-ah; Gnezda=NEZZ-duh). Tony Arata is best known for writing one of the most inspiring-and top-selling-country songs of all time, "The Dance," recorded by Garth Brooks, who said of Tony, "One of my favorite songwriters has to be Tony Arata. He's a cat who doesn't care about appearances. He doesn't care about money. He cares about his children, his wife, and his music. That's...
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Sunday, July 19 at 2:00 am on 12.1


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SONGS AT THE CENTER is a new national music series featuring accomplished singer-songwriters performing "in the round" before a live audience. The weekly, half-hour program showcases three-to-four artists per episode, and includes interviews and short features. Songs at the Center is hosted and co-created by Eric Gnezda, an award-winning songwriter and Emmy-nominated TV journalist, who conceived the program based upon his decades of performing in venues across America, from concert and convention halls, to Nashville's iconic Bluebird Cafe.