Lakeside Songwriters Concerts Underway!


Featuring a lineup of top-notch, popular talent, the Lakeside Songwriters Concert Series, Friday nights at Old Florida Fish House on 30A, continues with Michael Morgan on April 5th, Charles Esten on April 12th, Leslie Satcher and Kevin Mac on April 19th and Bryan White on May 3rd.

Captivating audiences with his authentic approach to storytelling through song, William Michael Morgan (April 5) is a country music singer with Warner Bros. Nashville. One of his notable breakthroughs was the release of his debut single “I Met a Girl” in 2015. The song, known for its traditional country sound and Morgan’s sincere vocals, garnered widespread acclaim. In 2016, William Michael Morgan released his debut studio album, titled “Vinyl,” highlighting Morgan’s commitment to traditional country music.

Charles EstonCharles Esten (April 12) is an American actor, comedian and singer best known for his role as Deacon Claybourne in the popular TV series “Nashville.” Esten’s journey into the entertainment industry began with improvisational comedy as a regular performer on the British and American versions of the improv show “Whose Line Is It Anyway?” In “Nashville,” Charles Esten’s portrayal of Deacon Claybourne, a talented musician dealing with personal and professional challenges, earned him acclaim from both fans and critics, even with his musical abilities. Esten performed numerous songs on the show and has released several albums with a blend of country and rock influences.

Leslie Satcher & Kevin MacLeslie Satcher (April 19) has penned numerous songs for prominent country artists that often delve into the complexities of human emotions, relationships and life experiences. She has collaborated with various country music stars, contributing her songwriting prowess to hit songs across the genre.

With Nashville as his home base, writing great songs and bringing them to the masses is Kevin Mac’s calling. Whether he’s playing solo, jamming in front of his band or teaming up with other songwriters as part of Southern Rounds and Songwriters in Paradise, Kevin MaC connects with fans across the nation. “Take a sandy beach, mix it with some blue water, add a Corona, a guitar, a good song, and a good singer! That’s how you make Kevin MaC,” quips Keith Stegal, his famous producer.

Bryan WhiteBryan White (May 3rd) is a CMA, ACM, and Grammy award-winning country music artist, producer, and songwriter. Throughout his prolific recording career, he’s charted 21 singles, of which six were number 1. His hits include “So Much for Pretending,” “Sittin’ On Go,” “I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” “Rebecca Lynn,” “Someone Else’s Star” and “From This Moment On” which he recorded with Shania Twain for her “Come On Over” album which is the biggest selling female album of all time. Bryan has sold more than 4.5 million albums. His list of honors include a Grammy, The CMA’s 1996 Horizon Award, The Academy of Country Music’s Top New Male Vocalist, CMT Awards Artist of the Year, multiple CMA and ACM Male vocalist nominations as well as Canadian Country Music Awards and People magazine’s “50 Most Beautiful People.” White has toured with many of Country Music’s biggest artists and written songs for a host of artists.

Purchase VIP (with dinner) and general admission tickets at Old Florida Fish House is located at 33 Heron’s Watch Way in Santa Rosa Beach. Call (850) 534-3045 or visit

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