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Muletown In The Round

Join us for an upcoming 'Muletown in the Round' TV taping! In 2024, we are continuing to film brand new Muletown in the Round episodes in Homestead Hall here at our farm the THIRD THURSDAY of each month with a variety of hit songwriters showcasing their songs and the stories behind them. 

Upcoming Dates:
May 16 - Songwriters Jason Mathews, Joel Shewmake, and Rebecca Lynn Howard
June 20 - TBD Songwriters
July 18 - Mo Pitney, Will Nance, & Don Sampson
August 15 - TBD Songwriters
September 19 - TBD Songwriters
October 17 - TBD Songwriters
November 21 - TBD Songwriters
December 19 - TBD Songwriters


NEW episodes of Season 2 of Muletown in the Round air on Sunday nights on RFD-TV (channel listings can be found here). If you don't get RFD-TV, you can always watch the full episodes on our Youtube channel here.

Watch the preview video below. 

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Craig Campbell - Craig Campbell is a Nashville-based singer-songwriter known for his heartfelt lyrics and rich melodies that blend traditional country with modern sensibilities. Born and raised in Lyons, Georgia, Campbell discovered his passion for music at a young age, influenced by the sounds of artists like Alan Jackson and Travis Tritt. After moving to Nashville to pursue his dreams, Campbell quickly made a name for himself as a talented songwriter, penning hits for top country artists. His own music, characterized by its authenticity and emotional depth, has earned him a loyal fanbase and critical acclaim. With chart-topping singles like "Family Man" and "Keep Them Kisses Comin'," Campbell continues to captivate audiences with his soulful voice and relatable storytelling. Learn more at

Adam Sanders - Named as “one of Music Row’s hottest young songwriters” (American Songwriter), breakout Country music artist Adam Sanders, has earned his reputation as an artist to watch with a track record that includes 2 Sirius XM “The Highway” top 5 charting singles, “Nothin’ To Do But Drink” and “Somewhere You Don’t Go”. After writing #1 hit songs for Dustin Lynch and Cole Swindell, and songs for Luke Bryan, Dierks Bentley and Blake Shelton, the highly sought-after songwriter’s high-energy anthem “What If I’m Right,” has the successful songwriter betting the odds on a career as an artist, and notably so, with an independent rise that has earned him over 200 million global streams, over 80,000 singles sold and landed him on Billboard’s Top 40 Country Albums chart with his previously released self-titled debut EP. Since moving to Music City, Adam has toured with Eric Church, Thomas Rhett, Luke Bryan, Cole Swindell and many more. Coming off Dustin Lynch’s Party Mode Tour (fall 2022), the Lake City, FL native is slated to release his sophomore highly anticipated full length album titled, ‘Right In The Middle Of It’ in early 2024 and rolling out power singles in 2023 leading up to the release. Learn more at

Phil O'Donnell - Phil (Philbilly) O'Donnell is a singer, songwriter, producer, and musician. Active since 2000, his work includes #1 hits by George Strait, Blake Shelton and Montgomery Gentry. Other successful writing and/or producing credits include work by Cody Johnson, Chris Jansen, Craig Morgan, Ronny Dunn, Garth Brooks, Darryl Worley, Brooks and Dunn, Ian Munsick, Dillon Carmichael, Drew Parker, Montgomery Gentry, Clay Walker, Tyler Booth, Aaron Watson, Craig Campbell, and Gord Bamford. His song credits include the #1 singles ”Doin’ What She Likes” (Blake Shelton), "Give It All We Got Tonight” (George Strait), and “Back When I Knew It All” (Montgomery Gentry). He’s also had hits with songs covered by other country artists such as “Love Remembers,” (Craig Morgan), “Yup” (Easton Corbin), “Tougher Than Nails” (Joe Diffie), “Fore She Was Mama” (Clay Walker), “Sounds Like Life to Me” (Darryl Worley), and “He's Mine” (Rodney Atkins). In addition to having a successful career as a songwriter, O’Donnell has served as producer for artists such as Craig Morgan, Josh Thompson, Justin McBride, Chris Janson, and Mark Wills. Among his many production credits is the six-week #1 country hit, “That’s What I Love About Sunday” (Craig Morgan), which was the most played country song of 2005.

Craig Campbell

Adam Sanders

Phil O'Donnell

March 21, 2024

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