Shane Bridges returns to the Library Ballroom on December 9, 2017! Accompanying this stellar band will be the multi-talented Molly Stevens! This show is not to miss and expected to sell-out quickly.
Doors open at 7:30pm with music at 8:30pm
TICKETS AVAILABLE NOW!
Shane Bridges Bio:
Shane Bridges grew up in the small town of Jeffersonville Georgia. His dad gave him his first guitar at 14, which at an early age sparked his love and interest for music. Being constantly exposed to good music from his older brother and sister further invoked his passion to write and play music. At the age of 18 he started performing and writing his own songs which led to his career as a singer songwriter. With a voice as smooth as good whiskey and songs as strong as the proof, Shane influences range from Merle Haggard to Tom Petty. Shane has landed his songs on several hit TV shows such as "The Hills", "The Real World" and many of the major cable networks such as CMT, VH1, Discovery Channel, Bravo, Nat Geo in the US and International. His latest Album "Make a Name" was recorded at Sony Tree Studios in Nahville TN. The Album was recorded with Dierks Bentley's band and produced by Brian Layson (Dierks Bentley's band leader and guitarist). Make a Name has struck the interest of many in the music industry and is sure to leave it's mark. Shane's touring band consist of all pro seasoned musicians and writers Josh Carson(Guitar), Mike Williamson(Bass) and Carling Schatzman(Drums). It is a gaureentee they will leave their mark on every stage they play. As a seasoned songwriter, musician and performer Shane Bridges music is well worth a listen. You'll be glad you did.
Molly Stevens Bio:
Stevens grew up in Macon, GA, singing in church and at many revivals led by her grandfather who was a celebrated and well-known preacher around the Southeast. Growing up in Macon, home to the Allman Brothers and Ottis Redding, to name a few, played a large role in creating her soulful voice. ' I always loved singing but it wasn’t until I discovered songwriting in my teens that I really found my voice.” Stevens studied theatre in college and moved to New York shortly after with acting aspirations. It wasn’t long, however, that she realized music was her true passion. Armed with a vintage acoustic Gibson guitar circa 1950 given to her by her grandfather shortly before he died, she moved to Nashville in 2009 to turn her passion into a career.