Article: McGuinness Girls Songwriters Night aka "Boobs for Boobs" or "Tunes for Ta Ta's"

Bruce Wallace, Rhean Boyer & Brian White
 McGuinness Girls Night is a girls singer songwriter night every Monday night at Dan McGuinness Irish Pub on Music Row. This past Monday, however, the "GIRLS" were male hit songwriters who donned their favorite heels, low cut dresses and added some blue eye shadow, a little black eye liner and teased their hair!  All in fun, but the money raised all went to support Breast Cancer. 

Brian White and Bruce Wallace get their groove on!
 Not afraid to show their feminine sides, the tunesters adlibbed and changed a few words to their songs to make them gender correct, which brought much laughter from the crowd. Additional monies were raised through exaggerated antics by auctioning off their bra's or singing a raunchy tune.

L-R Jim "Moose" Brown, Wynn Varble , Gary Hannan and  Walt Aldridge

Some of this years "Girls" included Tim Buppert who wrote the hit singles “Another Nine Minutes” for Yankee Grey and “She’s Sure Taking It Well” for Kevin Sharp; Brian White who penned “Arise” for Avalon and “Watching You” for Rodney Atkins; Rhean Boyer, who is part of Carolina Rain, Bruce Wallace is known for “Old Fashioned Girl” by Jaydee Bixby; Pete Sallis has recordings by songs recorded by artists like George Canyon, Bucky Covington and Rodney Atkins; Thom Shepherd well known for “Redneck Yacht Club” for Craig Morgan, “Riding With Private Malone” for David Ball; Marty Dotson best known for Kenny Chesney’s “Everybody Wants To Go To Heaven”; Jim "Moose" Brown withone of his hits by Alan Jackson “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere”; Wynn Varble wrote "Have You Forgotten" with Darryl Worley and "Waitin' On A Woman" by Brad Paisely; Gary Hannan wrote the hit for Joe Nichols “Tequila Makes Her Clothes Fall Off” and Walt Aldridge penned Heartland’s “I Loved Her First” (just to drop a few names and titles of the hit songs these monster songwriters have written!)

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