Thursday, April 18, 2024

One Night Only: Songwriter Round


One Night Only: Songwriter Round

One Night Only returns to Richmond!

One Nighy Only is a traveling writer’s round hosted by Virginia based songwriter/multi-instrumentalist Jon Tyler Wiley. Every show features a completely different cast of songwriters from different musical worlds, with story telling and off-the-cuff collaboration tmaking each show truly irreplicable. Not your average writer’s round, this is One Night Only!


Jon Tyler Wiley is a seasoned touring/session musician who has performed with a diverse range of acts such as Sister Hazel, Stephen Kellogg, and Ron Holloway. As a performing teaching instructor with the MusiCorps program, he has performed on stages such as The Grand Ol’ Opry and PBS’s a Capital Fourth with artists like Paul Schaffer, Aloe Blacc, John Stamos, and Trace Atkins. He was a member of the Americana band Melodime and is a frequent collaborator of country songwriter Kevin MaC.

Justin Golden - Blues isn’t just twelve bars and a hard luck story. On his debut record, Hard Times and a Woman, guitarist and songwriter Justin Golden showcases the full breadth of the genre and its downstream influences, everything from country blues to Americana, soul, indie roots and beyond. Golden was raised on the Virginia coast and is steeped in the distinctive, fingerpicked Piedmont blues of the central part of the state. He’s studied country blues and can name any number of influences from Blind Boy Fuller to Taj Mahal, but his key inspirations have always come from the indie guitar realm, specifically friends like Phil Cook and J Roddy Walston.

Carrie Brockwell - In November of 2021, Carrie independently released her first EP “Impressions”, receiving song placement on several national podcasts and also earned “EP of the Year” from the Josie Music Association. Carrie’s in-person 2022 American Idol audition in Austin, Texas for Luke Bryan, Katy Perry, and Lionel Richie impressed the judges enough to award Carrie a ‘Golden Ticket’ to Hollywood. In October of 2022 Carrie made her Nashville debut performing at JMA Fest and recently played in the Grand Ole Opry House (studio A) for the Josie Music Awards. In October of 2023 Carrie independently released her second EP titled “Dear Nashville” and in November 2023 released the first single off her upcoming EP that was co-written with Nashville producer/songwriter Britton Cameron titled “Even If Years Go By”.

Brady Heck - founding member of Richmond-based country soul band, Holy Roller. With roots dug deep in rock, Americana, soul, and country, Holy Roller brings a sound that’s as much new as it is a welcome home after too long spent away. Beautiful harmonies that seem to cry out like the rivers they were written for are paired with honest songs of love, loss, home, and heartache. Holy Roller is an absolutely compelling live performance and their recordings are both intimate and exciting, from the homesick, “Oh, Virginia”, to the R&B steamroller, “Muscle Up.” By way of the stage or by way of their debut album, this a group that wants to take you back to the front porch they grew up on. Holy Roller is a drinking buddy and an arm around your shoulder.


Be cool // OMP is the place for peace, love, support and kindness. Critique must be requested.

Listen // Be mindful of what other players are doing. Be mindful of dynamics. It's OK to not play - music needs silence, too.

Courage // The good stuff is beyond your comfort zone. Make mistakes. See rule #1.


SOLD OUT7:30pm show9:30pm SOLD OUT



Doors: 6:30pm

Music: 7:30 - 10:45PM

21+ / 16+ must be accompanied by an adult

General admission. Seats are selected upon arrival and cannot be reserved in advance.


3108 W Cary St
Richmond, VA 23221