WINCHESTER, VA - Bright Box
Time & Location
About The Event
FRIDAY, JANUARY 24 Doors, bar, & kitchen open at 7pm Show at 8pm $15 in advance, $18 at the door TICKETS: https://samgrow0124.eventbrite.com
• ALL STANDING. Bar stool seats available on a first come, first served basis. • GENERAL ADMISSION • ALL AGES • FULL MENU AVAILABLE
Online ticket sales end at 6pm. Tickets will be available at the door if they aren't sold out in advance. All ticket sales are final. ____________________
SAM GROW Sam has released two projects independently, selling more than 30,000 copies, with the most recent record charting in the top 20 on iTunes. He has also cultivated a devoted “cult” following across the country by putting himself relentlessly out on the road for more than 250 shows a year.
Drawing inspiration from rock, soul, pop, and country, singer/songwriter Sam Grow eventually gravitated to country as his home, finding the style elastic enough to accommodate all of his interests.
A native of Maryland, Sam Grow started singing as a child and began playing guitar and piano by the time he was a teen. Initially, Grow made professional headway in hip-hop, touring with Kanye West, then wound up with a gig collaborating with Jeff Scott Soto -- a latter-day Steve Perry substitute in Journey -- on a few songs in 2007. In 2009, he released an indie album titled Ignition, which was recorded with Good Charlotte producer Ron Vento; the record moved around 10,000 copies in the larger Maryland area. The following year, Grow reunited with Vento to record two EPs: Rainy Day in Paradise and Stay the Night. Two of the singles, "Lay You Down" and "Let's Make Love," performed respectably on digital download charts. A full album called Reveal followed in 2012.
He has also performed with Boston, Ronnie Dunn (Brooks and Dunn), The Wailers, Josh Kelley, Tony Lucca, Ernie Halter, Sister Hazel, Bill Engvall, Ingram Hill, Todd Carey, and Keaton Simons.
SCOTT KURT & MEMPHIS 59 Southern by way of the Rust Belt, Scott Kurt's unique brand of country music blends the old school outlaw grit with elements of guitar-driven rock. Influenced by artists like Eric Church, Jon Pardi, Luke Combs, and Tom Petty, Kurt strives for authenticity over perfection, vocally and melodically. The skillful storytelling behind his lyrics powered Kurt's single "American Man" to the iTunes Country Top 40.
His hard work and talent have earned Scott opening slots for some of country’s biggest and brightest stars, including Cole Swindell, Montgomery Gentry, Jimmie Allen, Eli Young Band, Kip Moore, Easton Corbin, and many more.
THE HACKENS BOYS The Hackens Boys are a high-energy six-piece group based out of the Shenandoah Valley in western Virginia. Through an eclectic range of influences their sound is rooted in Alternative Country, Modern Country, Classic Country, Red Dirt, and Rock. With tracks highlighted by pinpoint three-part harmonies and heartfelt melodic storytelling, this unique brand of music lends itself well to a variety of audiences by bridging several genres. Members are Spencer Wenger, Brandon Williams, Daniel Barnett, Jake Stover, Casey Armstrong, and Tyler Thomas.
2019 saw the release of their much anticipated 15-Song album “King of Wild”. This all-encompassing compilation showcases a collaborative effort and allows listeners to truly get a glimpse into heart and soul of The Hackens Boys.
Since their inception in 2005, The Hackens Boys have grown from a camp fire jam session to an award-winning touring act throughout the Mid-Atlantic region. The “Hackens” is a sacred landscape located in the mountains of Highland County Virginia where founding members discovered the inspiration embark on a musical journey that has spanned over a decade.
BRIGHT BOX THEATER 15 N. Loudoun St. Winchester, VA 22601 www.brightboxwinchester.com