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All proceeds from this event help to further CASA's work of recruiting, training, and supervising the volunteers who advocate for the best interests of the abused and neglected children of Davidson County. The Red Shoe Party's theme represents Dorothy’s ruby slippers in The Wizard of Oz and their role in her journey to find her home. In keeping with this theme, attendees are encouraged to wear red shoes to the event. We hope you will join us for a fun-filled evening in support of CASA's mission of helping children find safe, permanent homes! Attire: Cocktail with Red Shoes Dinner, Drinks, and Dancing Amanda Williams will perform "Nobody's Child" at 9PM. Music by Pat Patrick's Showband Fabulous Silent and Live Auctions Complimentary Parking at LP Field in Lot N with Shuttle Service Provided by Anchor Transportation Please park in Lot N at LP Field and look for the Anchor Transportation buses. A parking attendant will be there to assist you, and you can expect shuttle service to run every 5 minutes, beginning at 6:30 pm. Following the event (or any time after 8:30 pm), the Anchor Transportation shuttle will return you to your car, running on the same 5-minute schedule. The last shuttle will leave CMHOF at 11:30 pm. If you or your guests need ADA accommodations, please let me know so that those arrangements can be made in advance.Tickets Save
Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Bessie Smith, Janis Joplin, Patty Griffin, Patsy Cline
Label: none, Songwriting and Music Business
Bio: Amanda Williams is co-writer with Garth Brooks on "She's Tired of Boys," the second track on his latest platinum selling album "Man Against Machine." Amanda's artistry is a blend of influences from classic country, to jazz and blues, to rap and pop.
Grammy nominated song writer, performer & m...See Full Bio
““She’s Tired of Boys” is a classic Brooks love song, with a crucial, unusual detail that makes it stand out. In this case, it’s a May-December romance between a young, white-collar woman and an older blue-collar guy: “When she walked on to the job site we damn near died/She was a young man’s dream full of college and pride.” The detail is there to grab your attention, but it’s not played lazily, for laughs or shock. And the song is given added poignancy with a chorus featuring lovely harmony sung by Mr. Brooks’s wife, Trisha Yearwood, who adds a layer of empowered fatigue to Mr. Brooks’s knowing wink.”