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The Chuck McDowell Songwriter Series featuring Wyatt Edmondson, Sarah Zuniga and Julie Gribble

Friday, August 30
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm

GA: $20 ADV/$25 DOS

The EOP Songwriter Series was the brainchild of Chuck McDowell (of ESOEBO) and Eddie Owen. The goal was to introduce some very good – and possibly previously unknown – songwriters to the world by bringing them all together on one stage for a songwriters’ round of music and storytelling that was hosted by Chuck.

Though Chuck can no longer host the event himself, we have given the Songwriters’ Series his name in honor of his passion for music, his skill for storytelling, and his love for other artists. The Chuck McDowell Songwriter Series carries the same original goal and is a songwriters’ round made up of three singer-songwriters.

The Friday, August 30th Chuck McDowell Songwriter Series will be featuring:

Wyatt Edmondson

Sarah Zuniga

Julie Gribble


Sonically Nashville. Soulfully Alabama. There’s an exciting new voice making waves in musical storytelling.
Alabama native, Wyatt Edmondson is a folk-rock singer-songwriter based in Nashville, Tennessee. With two strongly praised demo projects under his belt and a wide array of shows across the southeast, Wyatt hasn’t looked back since moving to Nashville.

Wyatt’s alluring vocals and elegant songwriting make for a powerfully intriguing troubadour full of talent, passion and unapologetic honesty. Captivating grooves like his first radio single “The Way You Move” and narrative love song “Lovers Lake” proves Wyatt’s musical canvas is deeply layered. Whether in the studio or on stage, each performance sparks intense emotion and makes for a compelling experience that is heartfelt, memorable and purely Wyatt Edmondson.


Sarah Zúñiga is a New York born singer-songwriter and guitarist who has made Athens, Georgia her home. A graduate of the University of Georgia with a bachelor’s degree in International Affairs, spending her senior year abroad at The University of Oxford in England, this “guitarist serves up seven pleasantly crafted nuggets of melodic folk-pop that rise above typical coffeehouse fodder thanks to Zúñiga’s strong voice and thoughtful arrangements”, as reviewed by prestigious Athens’ Flagpole newspaper on Zúñiga’s debut album, Someday Soon.

Ecuadorian and Nicaraguan singer- songwriter, Sarah Zúniga’s shows are like listening to a fun mix tape compiled of deep-felt and catchy folk-rock, and Latin tunes.


Duluth-based singer-songwriter and actress. Julie has performed on The Late Show with Craig Ferguson and The Tyra Banks show. Julie has a new album out called “WHAT IF” and the music video for the song “EASY” has been nominated in the 2019 Myrtle Beach International Film Festival.