Nashville’s Rising Stars
December 16 @ 8:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Nashville’s Rising Stars. From parachuting with the Army Golden Knights jump team, lighting up the scoreboard for Boston College basketball, or acting as a main correspondent for national news programs, Ayla Brown is no stranger to the spotlight. She has released two full length albums, Heroes & Hometowns and Let Love In, both to critical acclaim and her new single, “Label,” released on August 11th on all digital platforms. Her national performances include the Orange Bowl, the Boston Pops 4th of July spectacular, Fox & Friends, ESPN’s Monday Night Football, and The Huckabee Show.
She was also a finalist on nationally renowned television program American Idol, and she continues to utilize her vast repertoire of talents while advancing her already successful and illustrious career.
Jenn Bostic’s new single, What Love Feels Like, is a soulful track that will leave you singing “Nanas” for the rest of the week. Produced by six-time grammy award winning mix engineer Paul Salveson, the record features a gospel choir, conducted by Bostic, and debuted on the Grand Ole Opry stage in Nashville, Tennessee, on July 23, 2016.
Most well known for her hit single, Jealous of the Angels, a tribute to her late father, with the support of BBC Breakfast, Songs of Praise, BBC Radio 2, Weekend Wogan, Good Morning Sunday, and Smooth Radio, Bostic won over the hearts of people across the United Kingdom. It has been through the writing and over six hundred performances of this song that Bostic has found personal healing and brought comfort to people dealing with loss around the world.
Damien Horne is the kind of guy you really enjoy getting to know. One reason is because he has a special way of making everyone feel special. It’s because he believes they are. Damien has a real knack for tapping into people’s gifts and talents and inspiring them to reach their fullest potential.
In fact, if you were to ask Damien what his purpose in life is, that’s probably what he’d say: to make others believe that they can fulfill their own purpose in this world. Whether it’s through his songs, his public speaking platform or simply via a one-on-one conversation, you’ll walk away from him feeling like anything is possible.
Damien’s credentials are loaded. Although he was homeless in two different cities (LA and Nashville), he has shared the stage with the likes of everyone from Faith Hill and Big & Rich to Robert Randolph and John Legend. He’s landed publishing deals with Big Love and Warner Chapel. He was also a part of a country music trio The Farm that was signed to Warner Brothers. During their stint, they had two charting singles. “Home Sweet Home” (Billboard Top 20) and “Be Grateful” (Billboard Top 40).
Tickets are $20