Tim Williams, Ayla Brown & Jenn Bostic
3025 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA, 19104
Doors 6:30 PM / Show 8:00 PM
This event is all ages
Philadelphia-based Singer/Songwriter Tim Williams, riding the wave of success from the release of his second studio album, Blue Ribbon, has earned the reputation of being one of the hardest working solo acoustic acts in the nation today – playing 300+ live shows annually on stages ranging from New York to Key West to LA and everywhere in between. He’s traveled the country many times over as the producer and house band for MyFixitUpLife, a nationally syndicated Home Improvement Multi-Media Talk Show. He's been the featured act at many high profiles events, including Extreme Makeover: Home Edition in Joplin, MO and the Herremans Foundation's "Hoops For Help" at Lincoln Financial Field in Philly. Along with his band, he has played to thousands opening for bands such as Of Monsters and Men and JJAMZ. Last seen on the World Cafe Live mainstage opening for Tristan Prettyman as a solo act, Tim returns this time with his full band to play songs from both albums
Ayla Brown has pursued a diverse range of endeavors over the span of
the last six years. Her achievements include; being an American Idol
Semifinalist, recording artist of four albums, national and local
performances, involvement in numerous charitable causes, National
Anthem singer for the Philadelphia 76ers, and national news
correspondent for The Early Show on CBS. From 2006-2010, Ayla was a NCAA Division 1 Student/Athlete and earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Boston College. In January of 2012, Ayla released a self-titled country album. Her first release, “Goodbye for Good,” stayed strong at #1 on CDbaby.com’s Country Rock, Country Pop, and Overall Country charts for weeks, beating out artists such as Willie Nelson. Last summer, Ayla’s self-titled CD charted on the Billboard chart in the Northeast section of the United States. Ayla released a patriotic album titled, “Heroes and Hometowns” in November of 2012, and the physical CD is available on www.aylabrown.com. “Pride of America” is the first single off the album and is available on all digital retailers. This summer she will have many solo and opening appearances, including opening for country music artists, Eric Church, Gloriana, Sara Evans, Charlie Daniels Band, and more! Check out www.AylaBrown.com for more info!
Jenn Bostic is a Minnesota native, currently residing in Nashville, Tennessee. Her emotive songwriting and powerful vocals have been touching hearts around the world. Jealous of the Angels, a song written for her late father, allowed her to connect and empathize with fans in a remarkable way. The song was discovered by Smooth Radio’s Simon Bates, where the song immediately jumped into the station's Top 10 Most Played. It was soon playlisted on BBC Radio 2, and after a live performance on BBC Breakfast went #1 in the UK.
In 2012, Bostic received 5 Independent Country Music Association Awards including "Best Female Artist," and "Best Songwriter.” She has performed across the United States and Europe, including venues such as The Grand Ole Opry, The Ryman Auditorium, and Jazz at Lincoln Center, and has opened for artists such as The Band Perry, Randy Travis and Christian Kane. Her sophomore album named her the “First American Independent Artist to have their first three singles playlisted at BBC Radio 2,” which she followed with the release of her third album Faithful. It was debuted on popular UK television program Songs of Praise, followed by a CD release concert in London, a one month tour of Germany, and a full band tour in the United States.
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