Benefit for Autism Tennessee Hosted by Charity Horton
Join Project 22 for a night of Christmas carols and holiday cheer! Entertainment will be provided by Project 22’s young adults and local musicians/vocalists: Project 22's Annual Christmas Concert Logan Blade, Gareth Laffely and the Laffely family, Lori Kissinger, and Tammy Vice Light refreshments will be served immediately following the concert.
VSA Tennessee will celebrate the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. The reception will be to showcase the clay art create through a VSA TN project led by Kathy Plourde through a grant from the Tennessee Arts Commission with Project 22. The art is part of an art exchange with VSA Egypt. Performances during the evening will feature VSA Tennessee Young Soloist Logan Blade, the VSA/Blair Dulcimer Choir and the Movement Connection. The reception is free and open to the public.
Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival Special Guest - Morgan Vice
Songwriters for Autism Awareness Frank Brown International Songwriters Festival Morgan Vice - Ribbon Cutting 6:00 pm CJ Watson, Doug GIll, Lynn Langham 7:15 pm Logan Blade, Tammy Vice, Stephen Lee Veal 8:45 pm Jerry Salley, Leslie Ellis, and Casey Kelly
Sounds Like: Emmylou Harris, Alison Krauss, Nanci Griffith
Label: GodsChild Records (independent)
Bio: This Nashville recording artist is produced by GodsChild Records. Her CDs include “Love Can Grow”, “Miracles & Memories”, “Breaking The Chains”, & "More Than Just Getting By".
Originally from Mobile, Alabama, Tammy has performed her music nationwide at special events, festivals, churches, confer...See Full Bio
“It’s been more than a decade since Vice moved from her native Mobile to Nashville, but she’s still remembered by fellow former members of the Mobile Songwriters Association and other friends. On “More Than Just Getting By,” those friends will quickly see that Vice has continued to develop songwriting interests she’s had for years. She walks the line between country and Christian music; sometimes the Gospel message is clear enough that the music is called Christian country; other times it’s more subtle, and simply calling it positive country, as some practitioners do, covers it quite well. What jumps out immediately about this album is its clear, refreshing tone. Released by GodsChild Records, Vice’s label for years, it has a warm, rich sound based on the skillful arrangement of acoustic instruments. Probably the hardest thing about country music is writing about simple touchstones of daily life without becoming corny. Once you’ve committed to writing only positive me”