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Winner of two Global Music Awards in 2017 and placed on the GRAMMY Awards voting ballots in 2017, Nashville recording artist and a seasoned performer with many years experience, Bob Randall sings traditional country, writes and performs his own original material, along with artist with many of the hits from the 50s, 60s, 70s, 80s, 90s right up to days popular music, including the greats such as Mere Haggard, Waylon Jennings, David Alan Coe, George Jones, Johnny Cash, Ray Price, Hank Williams, Travis Tritt, Alabama, Willie Nelson and many more. Bob has Performed and shared the stage with Ernest Tubb, Oak Ridge Boys, David Alan Coe,
John Counterfit, Mark Alan Cash, Amy Grant and others.
Laura Lane grew up in a farming community on the outskirts of Corinth, Mississippi. From an early age, she was surrounded by music and early on discovered her love of singing. Early inspirations and influences included a diverse group of artists, including Elvis Presley, Patsy Cline, Tanya Tucker, Fleetwood Mac and the Eagles. At age 8, she learned to play the piano from her grandmother; she began formal training in classical piano at age 9 and continued until graduating high school. Throughout school, music was a large part of her life as she was in a country band, music classes and the high school marching band. Upon graduation, she attended college, graduating from the University of Mississippi in 1993. Studies and life responsibilities placed music on the back burner and it became just a hobby. Laura is proud mom to a grown son, John, and a energetic Australian Shepherd, Remi.
In January 2015, Laura was in an automobile accident and sustained a traumatic brain injury. Throughout her recovery and rehabilitation, music played a vital role. Having experienced firsthand how fragile life is, reignited her passion for music and she rededicated herself to singing and performing.
Laura Lane brings a unique blend of country, blues, soul and rock to her live shows with an emotional depth that can only be acquired from years of love, loss, joy and heartbreak
Brenda McCready is a seasoned Recording Artist from Arkansas.Her music is loved by her fans and fellow Artist.She has been performing on stage since age 8.She is a woman of God and feels that she's been blessed. She has made many friends in the businesses including Billy Joel and he has publicly commented on you tube how he feels about her and her music.
She's currently finishing up and album and touring across America with her music being played in Texas. Tennessee and 57 countries outside the Us.She hopes to keep The McCready name and legacy going.Het first play of her new release charted at no 8 .She loves and welcomes her fans. Her love for music has kept her going through the ups and downs of a very hard businesss. Billy Joel said it best, "She was born to shine."
A songwriter whose works have been recorded by a variety of musicians, Danny is also a producer of gospel, country and bluegrass albums. He is a studio musician with credits for guitar, banjo, bass, mandolin and dobro. As a musician, he's worked with some of Nashville's greatest country stars.
July 14 Concert at STAAR Theatre Benefits Historic Antoinette Hall Opera House Restoration
Four Nashville recording artists and an impressive group of sessions musicians will perform country, rock and blues in a July 14 concert at STAAR Theatre in Pulaski to benefit the restoration of historic Antoinette Hall 1868 Opera House.
“We are so honored that these generous performers volunteered to donate their time and talent to bring attention to the importance of live performances in Giles County and to kickoff fundraising for restoration of magnificent Antoinette Hall,” said Tammy Pierchoski, Executive Director of STAAR Theatre at Antoinette Hall.
Headlining the concert is multi-award-winning singer-songwriter Bob Randall. Other singer-songwriters who are celebrating the importance of restoring Antoinette Hall – Laura Lane, Brenda McCready and Danny Potter – will take the stage throughout the evening.
“A special treat will be the filming of a segment for a CMT-bound video for the new song, “I Ain’t Gettin’ Rich in Nashville,” Pierchoski said. “In addition there will be a full-audience live music video shot during the evening. Who knows? You may see yourself on TV!”
Joined by some of Nashville’s most sought-after musicians from the legendary A Team at Nashville’s Sony Studio, concertgoers will experience the sounds that blended rock with pop with blues with soul. Bobby Curlee will be on guitar, Matt McGee on bass, Ron Krasinki on drums and Pat Severs on steel guitar.
Concessions will be available during the show with BBQ plates and a soda for $6. Adult beverages will be offered for purchase.
Tickets for the show are $15. All proceeds go toward the restoration efforts of Antoinette Hall.“For those who want a first-hand look at where these donations will go, arrive by 6:30 p.m. to join a guided tour of Antoinette Hall to see the beautiful theatre you are helping to save,” Pierchoski said.
Buy tickets at AntoinetteHall.com, reserve by calling 931.363.7222 or stop by Pierchoski Estate Law during business hours 105 North First St., Pulaski, TN 38478.
Opera House built in 1868 on the historic square in Pulaski, Tennessee