The format is intended to be one where songwriters have an opportunity to pose questions and interact with prominent practitioners of the craft. While everyone is encouraged to participate in the discussion, lurkers are welcome as well.
Cordle, of course, has seen success as a songwriter in both the bluegrass and country music worlds, penning hits for Ricky Skaggs (Highway 40 Blues) and Alan Jackson (Murder On Music Row). He has had a long career recording and performing his own compositions with his band, Lonesome Standard Time.
The chat starts at 8:00 p.m. (EST) on January 23, and you can find a link to the chat room on the Bluegrass Guide web site.