Sadie and I will be performing a 25 minute set. The Post Office is closed. Your taxes are done (or extended) so come out and celebrate with some great food, cool space and awesome tunes from: Joshua Melton Finalist in the 2014 "Puckett's Rising Star" songwriting competition Chris 'Freight Train' Floyd Current CD "Freight Train Deluxe" (Americana harmonica player) David Llewellyn & Ida Kristin New CD "Homeward" (Welch-themed) Tod Moses Current CD "After The Storm" (Americana)
Ty Brando's Writer's Round
If you've never heard Kevin So, you don't want to miss this opportunity. He's got a short break from his tour with Keb Mo! Paul Wilmet can sometimes be found behind a set of drums, but I believe he'll be playing his guitar and belting out a few great song! I'm psyched about this gig. The downtown Hotel Indigo is a nice place to play. Great space, lots of room and good food! See you there! Peace.....
RSVP: Terry.Seay@itsallaboutZmusic.com for details 7:20: my round 9pm: Tony Arata - Danny Flowers - Bruce Michael Miller - Forest Miller
Jack Scott's Writer/Artist Showcase 7:00 CSMI writers showcase featuring Rachael Mann, Carrie Moeller, Tara Danae, Lara Landon & Matthew Barnett 8:00 Molly Hunt, Aria Summer Wallace & James Hunter 8:30 Chloe & Taylor 9:00 Kathy Von, Sarah Brown & Kyle Brooks 9:30 Tom Schreck w/guests
Sounds Like: James Taylor, Dan Fogelberg, Vince Gill
Bio: Originally from a small town in Maine, Kyle moved from Boston to Nashville to live inside the community of talented writers that can only be found in music city. His goal: become the best performing songwriter he can be. Kyle shares life stories through his honest, heartfelt songs and helps other...See Full Bio
"... Last but certainly not least of the performers to take the stage before the headliners, was special guests Susan Labillois and Kyle Samuel Brooks (Kyle Brooks Music), consisting of 4 members total. Their harmonies were nothing short of amazing, and their songwriting selection shows that they are a group that knows how to work together and utilize their God-given talents. They know how to keep the audience’s attention by surprising them with a whole new style and spin on each tune they bring. I would call them country with a twist of bluegrass and a hint of something extra special. " ...