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Escape To The Lake 2015 will be an amazing, one-of-a-kind gourmet music camping retreat that occurs July 2-5 on the shores of Geneva Lake in WI, presented by Under the Radar and hosted by Conference Point Center. We’ll be enjoying 21 acres of scenic lakefront property, s’mores around the campfire, back-porch performances, intimate artist Q&As, private sailboat rides, art classes, and evening concerts with Jenny & Tyler, Christa Wells, Randall Goodgame, Justin McRoberts, Nick Flora, Joy Ike, and a dozen other artists (some more additions will be announced in the coming weeks). Christ will also be leading a 24-hour pre-ETTL Songwriters’ Bootcamp (only 30 slots).Save
Sounds Like: Norah Jones, Sarah McLachlan, Sara Groves, Sara Bareilles, Over the Rhine
Bio: Singer-songwriter Christa Wells is known for her unique ability to write piano-driven songs about love, loss and hope that cut through insincerity and hit listeners exactly where they’re at. In 2006, she was named GMA Songwriter of the Year for her song “Held,” Natalie Grant’s career-making singl...See Full Bio
: RT @radarradio: Our pre-event #ETTL15 Bootcamp will help you grow as a songwriter this Jul.1-2. What a lineup! http://t.co/qFAYMNFrZc http:…
“‘Feed your soul’ then is her aptly titled third album that establishes Christa as an accomplished recording artist and songwriter in her own right. Christa’s from North Carolina and the album was recorded last year at Zodlounge Music in Nashville. It reaches into your life and digs out an epic rollercoaster of emotions. As you would expect from a songwriter of this calibre, the lyrics are exquisitely written. Personally speaking, I was immediately struck by how the songs spoke into and about my life, something that has not really happened to me before on this level. My first listen was full of that’s-exactly-how-I-feel moments. The bonus is that Christa also has a wonderful voice with which to sing these expertly crafted lyrics. It is this combination of experiences “lived and sung” that breathes life into these songs in such a remarkable way.”