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8/30/16

The SoundExchange Influencers Series returns to the Bluebird Café Wednesday with Marcus Hummon and his son Levi, and Paul Overstreet and his daughter, Summer. The SoundExchange Influencers Series brings together music legends and rising stars to address issues currently facing recording artists, including fair pay and recognition for all sound recordings across all platforms.

Marcus Hummon (right) is a singer/songwriter/ producer whose writing credits include Rascal Flatts' "Bless the Broken Road," Dixie Chicks' "Cowboy Take Me Away" and Tim McGraw's "One of Those Days." Levi Hummon released his first EP in April and has been named one of Rolling Stone's "Country Artists You Need to Know."

Two-time Grammy winner Paul Overstreet (left) has had more than 30 Top 10 Country hits and his daughter Summer Overstreet, a singer-songwriter based in Nashville, has placed songs on ABC's Nashville.

"We're excited to return to the legendary Bluebird Café in Nashville for our fifth installment of The SoundExchange Influencers Series," SoundExchange President and CEO Michael Huppe said. "The event always generates both a unique discussion and an incredible original musical experience. I think that bringing together families of influential recording artists to discuss issues facing the music community will lead to our most interesting forum yet."