Legendary Songwriter Dean Dillon To Appear At Make It Rain Concert In Loveland
I am so thrilled that Dean Dillon has offered to lend his talents to the free Make It Rain Concert to benefit the victims of the High Park fire on July 26th at The Ranch in Loveland. This is going to be a magical night. We will honor the firefighters and law enforcement folks who were so amazing. We will also try to bring some relief to victims of the fire by providing a great night out to have fun and raise money to help them get their lives back as best we can. I am honored to be a part of this event. So many people are involved in putting this night together and I can’t thank them enough.
Dean Dillon is one of the most legendary songwriters in the history of country music. He was enshrined into the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame in 2002 along with Bob Dylan and Shel Silverstein. Dean has written so many hits for the likes of George Jones, Toby Keith, Kenny Chesney, Lee Ann Womack, Keith Whitley and George Strait. His list of hits is like a history of country music. He has written or had a hand in writing “Tennessee Whiskey” for George Jones, “Easy Come Easy Go”, “The Chair”, “If I Know Me”, “Ocean Front Property”, “Unwound” “The Best Day” and many many more for George Strait and co-wrote Kenny Chesney’s recent hits “A Lot of Things Different” and “I’m Alive”. You cannot write the history of country music without including Dean Dillon.
Grab your friends, a blanket and some cash to donate and be at Make It Rain show on the 26th. We will also be having an online auction with some great items like a George Strait autographed guitar, a trip to the CMA Awards and more. See you there.