WEDNESDAY // OCTOBER 21

South

 

**DISCLAIMER: Some shows contain moderate adult language and behaviors such as smoking. Shows may not be suitable for all ages.

 

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7:00 PM

 

South - Aaron Barker, Jim Collins, Mignon, Lee Roy Parnell

Everything’s bigger in Texas, even the talent coming out of it! Join Mignon, a country/pop newcomer with a fresh sound, and Lee Roy Parnell, a triple-threat artist who’s sure to sing his song, “A Little Bit Of You”. Jim Collins will entertain the crowd with stripped-down versions of “She Thinks My Tractor’s Sexy” (Kenny Chesney) and Grammy-nominated “I Don’t Feel Like Loving You Today” (Gretchen Wilson). Rounding out the group is the incomparable Aaron Barker who will blow you away with his string of George Strait hits like "Baby Blue" and "Love Without End, Amen."

 

South - Wyatt Durrette, Levi Lowrey, Mel Washington

Mel Washington and Wyatt Durrette have been seeing some press of late on their new acclaimed “Love Wins” written in response to racial injustice.  Press on his songs is something Durrette is no stranger to, however, with credits like “Beautiful Crazy” (Luke Combs) and “Chicken Fried” (Zac Brown Band) to his name. They are joined by Durrette’s “Colder Weather” co-writer Levi Lowrey and SUSTO front-man Justin Osborne.

 

8:00 PM

 

South - Desmond Clild, Erika Ender, Victoria Shaw

Desmond Child has created music history with household hits like "Livin' La Vida Loca," "You Give Love A Bad Name" and "Livin' On A Prayer." Originally from Florida, he's an ASCAP Founders Award winner whose songs have been recorded by Aerosmith, Christina Aguilera, Chicago, KISS, Cyndi Lauper, Kelly Clarkson and many more. Witness this great talent alongside the amazing vocalist and songwriter behind Garth Brooks' "The River," Victoria Shaw. They'll be joined by Panamanian singer, songwriter and actress Erika Ender who co-authored the worldwide hit "Despacito."

 

 

South - Rob Aldridge, Dylan LeBlanc, James LeBlanc, John Paul White

Dubbed “the new Neil Young,” Shreveport native and artist-songwriter Dylan LeBlanc fronts this stacked round while telling us a Cautionary Tale and what it’s like to rebuild yourself as a Renegade. Fellow Muscle Shoals friends and collaborators Rob Aldridge and the Grammy Award-winning John Paul White, who was previously half of The Civil Wars, will join him. And whether there’s something in the water or it runs in the family, James LeBlanc, whose songs have been recorded by Martina McBride, Jason Aldean (“Relentless”), Travis Tritt (“Modern Day Bonnie and Clyde”), Kenny Chesney, and others, will round out this night of southern sounds and legends.

 

 

South - Wade Bowen, David Lee, Patrice Pike

We’ve got some authentic Texas in this show brought to us from the BMI office in Austin.  David Lee is a Grammy nominated songwriter who cut his teeth in the Texas honkytonks.  He’s seen success in both Nashville and Texas with a number of artists including Lee Ann Womack, Lady A and Cody Johnson and you’ll definitely recognize radio hits “19 Somethin’” (Mark Wills), “I Need You” (Tim McGraw & Faith Hill) and “Lucky Man” (Montgomery Gentry).  He’s joined by Texas-household name Wade Bowen, who is currently promoting his duet album with Randy Rogers Hold My Beer.  If you don’t yet know Patrice Pike, she has been described as “a rock singer with a soulful heart and one foot in the blues, the other in jazz” (Mary Houlihan, Chicago Sun-Times).  She will blow you away with songs like “Jackknife Girl” and “Babylon.”  You’ll be begging for more Texas when this show is over…no judgement if you watch it again!

 

 

 

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