Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Atlanta area peeps, I'll be back at Eddie's Attic in May



My shows at Eddie’s Attic sold out in October and February. You can't know how much this means to me. Get your tickets now... http://www.eddiesattic.com/?event=round-robin-featuring-robin-meade-and-special-guests

I'm thrilled to tell ya I'm doin' another show at Eddie's Attic along with amazing singer/songwriter Angie Aparo & Nashville heavyweight Rivers Rutherford.

Rivers Rutherford wrote “When I Get Where I’m Going” (Brad Paisley & Dolly Parton), “Ain’t Nothing ’Bout You” (Brooks & Dunn), “Real Good Man” (Tim McGraw) and “When the Lights Go Down” (Faith Hill). Everyone from The Highwaymen (Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Kris Kristoffersen and Willie Nelson) to Gretchen Wilson, Blake Shelton, and Montgomery Gentry have recorded his songs. He rocks the house live & spins some of the best stories in the biz on stage.
www.riversrutherford.com

Angie Aparo is an artist with a soaring voice who Clive Davis signed to Arista for the major label debut “The American” in 1999. He’s a successful songwriter behind Faith Hill’s hit “Cry” and cuts by Tim McGraw and Miley Cyrus. MusicCityRoots.com says “For 2014, Angie has a new solo album in the works, a duet project with Charleston songstress McKenzie Eddy, a cartoon and TV show in development, and is currently writing material for Tim McGraw’s next release.” On stage, his voice and raw emotion combine for goosebump-inducing effect during his originals & can’t-miss covers.
www.angieaparo.com