They met as starving songwriters at a writer's night in Nashville. In their first few months of dating, he wrote the ACM Song of the Year and global hit "I Love The Way You Love Me" for her, she wrote her Gold album "Wishes" with the hit "That's My Baby" about him. Twenty-five years later, they are still making music and sparks together as Nashville's Renaissance power couple: Chuck Cannon and Lari White. Each enjoys a successful career as a solo artist, but once in a blue moon they share the stage in a duo performance unlike any other. Backstage stories from touring, making movies, hanging out and writing songs with a crazy range of stars from Tom Hanks (White is the angel sculptress in Cast Away) to Toby Keith (Cannon penned Keith's biggest hits including "How Do You Like Me Now"), Shawn Mullins to Mac Davis, Marvin Hamlisch to Dolly Parton; a seemingly bottomless pool of hit songs and obscure gems; and best of all, a glimpse inside the intimate world of two artists tangled up in music and each other - all this and more happens when this rare event takes the stage at Eddie Owens' Red Clay Theater on Saturday April 22, the night before the couple's 23rd wedding anniversary. Do. Not. Miss.