We had the best time at our first installment of the Music in the Pines concert series on August 24! There was awesome music, a great turnout, great food...the list goes on and on.
First on the stage was Krysta Nick. A teenage powerhouse, Krysta really impressed the crowd with her rendition of "Cups" from the movie Pitch Perfect. She has been singing as long as she can remember and has even performed the national anthem at Turner Field! We were so happy to have her as a part of our inaugural concert, and we are sure that big things will come from her soon!
Tori-Lee Averett is a southeast Alabama native who is currently living in Milledgeville and teaching at Georgia College. Her extraordinary talent was appreciated from the moment she took the stage! Tori-Lee is an incredibly skilled guitarist, which made for a captivating performance.
EG Kight, known as "The Georgia Songbird," was last but certainly not least. Her sense of humor and obvious talent for her craft lit up the stage and made for a great set. Click here to see a short clip from EG's performance!
At Your Service catering provided heavy hors d'oeuvres that were simply scrumptious, as always. Like I said, it was an awesome time! Below are a few pictures from the night, beginning with a snapshot of our three performers.
Thank you all so much for coming out to our first installment of the Music in the Pines concert series! We hope you are getting excited for the next concert which will be held on November 30. Randall Bramblett is a Southern artist who includes elements of pop, soul, blues, and sounds of the church in his music. The Scott Little Band aims to take listeners on a ride through American life, and they feel that good Georgia music can conjure up thoughts of peaches, red dirt roads, sweet tea, and Georgia rain. Both of these artists will be at The Barn at Crooked Pines farm for the second installment of Music in the Pines, and we hope to see you all then!
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