Nicole Witt with Jukebox Winos and Natalie Witt

  • July 11, 2023 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM
  • The Nest

    800 State Highway 248 Bldg 3A
    Branson, Missouri 65616
Ticket Price $25.00 This event is now over

Nicole Witt is a nationally-touring, award-winning songwriter and multi-instrumentalist known for her soaring melodies and clever turns of phrase. She just released her first 2 singles from her upcoming EP “Clear” and just finished her first solo European tour.  

She has written songs for artists such as George Strait, Lee Brice, Rodney Atkins, Jana Kramer, Terri Clark, Lauren Alaina, Balsam Range, Mandisa, and many more. In 2011, Witt received the international Bluegrass Song of the Year Award for Balsam Range’s “Trains I Missed.” In 2014, she was nominated for a Dove/GMA award for Country Song of the Year. She has moved into TV and film writing with song credits on shows like “Reign”, “American Idol” and the short film score called Black Mountain. Witt is a cowriter on "You Ain’t” by Canadian Country star Aaron Goodvin ft. (Meghan Patrick) that hit the top 20 on the Canadian Country charts few weeks ago. Ellie Holcomb just released a Witt co-penned song called “Stronger” to CCM radio this week. 

Witt has spent the last 10 years writing and touring while building a grassroots small business as an artist, songwriter & mentor. She is the founding member of the Super Star act Six One Five Collective. Their song “Kindness” was featured on American Idol 3/19/23. They’ll be hitting the road in June on the “615”Good Vibes” tour.  In the past 3 years she has played over 200 dates performing all over the country and world opening for Kenny Chesney, Old Dominion, Trace Adkins, Billy Currington, Bacon Bros & many more.  

Date & Time

Tue, Jul 11, 2023 7:30 PM - 9:30 PM

Venue Details

The Nest

800 State Highway 248 Bldg 3A
Branson, Missouri 65616 The Nest
The Nest

A Small Venue for Big Dreams

When Tom and Andrea Brett opened a beautiful new medical office in the heart of Branson, they noticed a special conference room that wasn't living up to its potential. As musicians and songwriters, and hosts to many "jam jams" in the basement of their own home, they began to envision this space as a venue for aspiring artists who might be intimidated by large stages, but need a place to hone their craft. They also realized that there are many professional musicians who would love a small, intimate place to share their music - where they could be more personal with their audience. Inspired by the rustic decor of their beautiful clinic in the Ozarks, and the concept of a nest being a place to be nurtured in, fly away from, and return to, the name "The Nest," was born.

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