JACKSON HOLE, WYO \u2013 Having moved from Jackson Hole to Nashville in 1986, songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Brent Moyer makes a pilgrimage each year to reconnect with the Jackson music scene. Known to many as the Global Cowboy, Moyer has released a total of fifteen albums, including eight on the Swiss-based Brambus Records. The local celebration for his 2019 release, Doing Better Now, is 7:30 to 11 p.m. this Thursday at the Silver Dollar Showroom.\r\n\r\nUpon landing in Tennessee, Moyer established himself as a go-to guitarist as well as an accomplished trumpet player. That led to breakthrough opportunities like playing guitar for country music legend Lynn Anderson, performing on Broadway in New York City, and being casted as a member of the hit Broadway Show, Ring of Fire, the songs of Johnny Cash.\u00a0The twelve-song set on Doing Better Now is a blend of country and Americana with Moyer\u2019s rich Baritone. Moyer offered a glimpse into some of the tracks that feature some of Nashville\u2019s most prolific writers\u2026\r\n\r\n- Joe Collins (has cuts by Rascal Flats, Lee Brice, Randy Travis, Billy Ray Cyrus) chimes in on \u201cSure Felt That Way,\u201d an ear-candy, country-pop tune, and the rocking and rolling Halfway There.\r\n- John Hadley (has cuts by George Jones, Roger Miller, Garth Brooks, Dixie Chicks, Joe Cocker) contributes with \u201cStop Boude\u2019,\u201d a fun cajun romp with smoking fiddle and accordion and Big Yellow Moon that\u2019ll leave you lighthearted and singing along.\r\n- \u201cJust To See The Other Side\u201d is a lively ramble, composed with Thomm Jutz (has cuts by Nanci Griffith, John Prine, Marty Stuart), that rips along with Thomm\u2019s splendid guitar work and Charlie Slavik\u2019s harmonica.\r\n- The title track, \u201cI\u2019m Doing Better Now,\u201d co-written with Aaron Raitiere (has several cuts on Miranda Lambert\u2019s last album and co-writer on the searing \u201cI\u2019ll Never Love Again\u201d from a Star Is Born), captivates with beautiful harmonies by Anne McCue, giving it an old-time, swing-band feel.\r\n- "Broke A Lot of Mirrors," written with Ron Kimbro, is stone-cold country while Lawrenceburg takes a stroll down memory lane.\r\n- The dark and spooky \u201cNot About Nice\u201d was penned with Bob Saporiti and Denise Fussell and Snowblind is a latin-fused instrumental and spotlights country superstar Crystal Gayle\u2019s bandleader, Jay Patten on sax.\r\n\r\nMore information at Brent-Moyer.com.