All performances begin at 7:00 p.m.
Concert performances are as follows:
From country to gospel or just rockin’ some of the pioneers of music, Todd is the ultimate performer. He has entertained thousands, from all walks of life with his incredible voice and charisma. “I Just want to use the talent God gave me to bring joy to others. I keep it REAL.”-Todd
Big Jim’s Walk, Inc is a non-profit organization with advocates serving the community, and directing those who suffer from addiction, assist in addiction recovery, and by bringing awareness to the world of the addiction epidemic. A message of HOPE through Jesus Christ! Through this foundation, Big Jim’s Walk has plans to build an addiction recovery center, Camp Redemption, with the help from its’ donors and other community members.
Big and Loud was started by Jeff Batchelor and Jason Lewis back in 2005, as we pondered various ways to raise enough funds to go preach the gospel on the west coast. We figured a concert was alot more fun than other fund raisers, like washin cars and baking cookies. We like eatin cookies, but just not real good at baking 'em.
Website: Big and Loud on ReverbNation.com
What do you get when you pair Stewart Halcomb and Holly Helms together? Along with tight harmonies, sure-footed songwriting direction, high energy shows, authenticity, and undeniable chemistry, you ultimately get - The Springs. At just 25 and 27, the driven pair is carving out a place of longevity in Music City. Featuring both male and female vocals, The Springs come packed with an always growing fan base. The versatile multi-award winning duo delivers Country, Southern Rock, Pop, and traditional favorites, offering something for the whole family.
Shane Owens musical journey began in Samson, AL, at the tender age of five. That year his parents gave him a set of drums. By the time he was six, he was singing in the church choir. The youngest member of the choir garnered attention with his powerful voice, especially when he sang his favorites hymns, like “I’ll Fly Away”. Owens was still quite young when his father, who was also a singer, and his mother separated. After the separation, Owens and his twin sister, lived with their mother who filled their home with the sounds of Nashville. Saturday nights around the Owens’ home centered on the broadcasts of the Grand Ole Opry. Country was a way of life and country music was central to it all. Artists such as Don Williams, Keith Whitley and Ricky Skaggs could often be heard in their house, but it was George Jones, Don Williams and George Strait who would later become most influential in Owens’ style.