The Introduction

The power of music and stories can change lives. The power of a strong women’s organization with an El Paso legacy can change the community.

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Saturday, March 29, 2014 will be another magical night in El Paso as the Junior League of El Paso, Inc. presents The Storytellers!
With a new set of artists, The Storytellers will be an unforgettable experience!

The Storytellers is a unique event featuring three acclaimed artists who share the stories behind their award-winning songs, and then perform them in an intimate, acoustical setting. This event provides the audience with an amazing opportunity to hear the meaning, personalities and stories behind the music, straight from the songwriters themselves. Knowing those stories, you never hear the music in quite the same way again. This special event appeals to men and women alike, to people who love any music genre, to people who love the deeper meaning of stories, and to people who want to help the Junior League continue its great work in the El Paso community. Funds raised at this event will be invested in the Junior League of El Paso Endowment Fund, and will be used to sustain, expand, and initiate the amazing community projects and programs presented by the Junior League of El Paso, Inc.

The Details
JLEP - Storytellers - Save the Date March 29 2014

Saturday, March 29, 2014
El Paso Country Club
7:30 PM
Tickets go on sale March 1st!

The artists
Aaron Barker

Aaron Barker

Aaron Barker is a songwriter of “real stories about real life” that have become amazing country hits such as Baby Blue, Love without End, Amen¸ Easy Come, Easy Go, I’d Like to Have That One Back, I Can Still Make Cheyenne, and I Know She Still Loves Me (George Strait); What About Now (Lonestar); Love Happens Like That, and Watch This (Neal McCoy); You’re Beginning to Get to Me (Clay Walker); Not Enough Hours in the Night (Doug Supernaw); I’m Leavin’ (Aaron Tippin); and many more. Barker was inducted into the Texas Heritage Songwriters Association Songwriters’ Hall of Fame in 2007. This Texas native also penned and sings the Blue Bell Ice Cream jingles “Have Yourself a Blue Bell Country Day,” “What Are They Doin’,” and “The Good Ol’ Days”. Barker’s knack for honest, heartfelt communication gives his songs dynamic depth and power.

Casey Beathard

Casey Beathard

Casey Beathard is a songwriting superstar who has penned numerous chart topping hits such as The Breath You Take (53rd Annual Grammy Awards Best Country Song Nomination) and How ‘Bout Them Cowgirls? (George Strait); Just Fishin’ (54th Annual Grammy Awards, Best Country Song Nomination) and All I Ask for Anymore (52nd Annual Grammy Awards, Best Country Song Nomination) (Trace Adkins); Don’t Blink, The Boys of Fall, and No Shoes, No Shirt, No Problem (Kenny Chesney); Cleaning this Gun and He’s Mine (Rodney Atkins); Come Back Song (Darius Rucker); Homeboy, Like Jesus Does, and The Outsiders (Eric Church); Find Out Who Your Friends Are (Tracy Lawrence/Tim McGraw/Kenny Chesney); Ten Rounds with Jose Cuervo (Tracy Bird); I’ve Got a Feelin’ and Walk a Little Straighter (Billy Currington); and many more. Beathard has been honored as the BMI Country Songwriter of the Year in 2004 and 2008.

David Lee Murphy

David Lee Murphy

David Lee Murphy has enjoyed great success as both a recording artist and a songwriter with such hits as Dust on the Bottle, Loco, and Party Crowd (David Lee Murphy); Are You Going to Kiss Me or Not (54th Annual Grammy Awards Best Country Song Nomination and Best Country Duo/Group Performance Nomination; six Academy of Country Music Award Nominations) and Everything I Shouldn’t Be Thinkin’ About (Thompson Square); Living in Fast Forward, Live a Little, and Pirate Flag (Kenny Chesney); Anywhere with You (Jake Owen); Big Green Tractor (Jason Aldean); The Only Way I Know (Jason Aldean/Luke Bryan/Eric Church); Always the Love Songs (Eli Young Band); A Feeling Like That (Gary Allan); The More I Drink (Blake Shelton); Hell Yeah I Like Beer (Kevin Fowler); and many more. Murphy’s songs are mainstays for country radio and career makers for many country artists.