Show: Songspeak Conversations on the Art and Craft of Songwriting

Episode: 0022 SongSpeak Erin Enderlin Shane McAnally


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Erin Enderlin has had songs recorded by Alan Jackson, Randy Travis, Terri Clark, and Lee Ann Womack. These include Jackson’s top 5 hit “Monday Morning Church” which also won an NSAI award as one of the ten “Songs I Wish I’d Written” honored in 2005. Erin, along with our next guest, cowrote Lee Ann Womack’s current single “Last Call.”

Erin hails from Conway, AR and moved to Nashville in 2000 to attend Middle Tennessee State University.
She currently resides in Nashville, where she works as a staff writer for Universal Music Publishing Group.

Shane Mack grew up playing opry’s and festivals all across his home state of Texas. He competed on Ed McMahon’s Star Search as a teenager and released 2 independent projects before the age of 18. He signed his first publishing deal with Curb Nashville at 19, and began recording for Curb/Universal records at 21. His debut album “Shane McAnally” spawned 3 top 40 Billboard singles. His video for “Say Anything” went top 5 on both CMT and GAC. After touring with Kenny Chesney, Martina McBride, and Alabama for the next 3 years in support of his album, he moved to Los Angeles and began playing the Sunset strip in search of a more organic sound. The perfect marriage of music and film came in 2008 when Here! Films featured 6 of Shane’s songs in the critically acclaimed “Shelter”. The film went on to sweep festivals domestically and internationally, and introduced Shane’s unique laid back acoustic sound to a much wider audience.

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