GREENSBORO, Ga. — Singer, songwriter and producer Deana Carter will give a live acoustic performance at Festival Hall in downtown Greensboro on Friday, Oct. 8.
The 90s country music artist will be featured in an intimate acoustic setting where her powerful voice and guitar are the subject of the spotlight. This will be an up-close and personal event punctuated by personal stories and anecdotes about her life and musical influences, while performing some of her biggest hits, including “Strawberry Wine,” “We Danced Anyway,” and “Did I Shave My Legs for This?.”
Her superstar success continues to be evident as the chart topper “You & Tequila,” co-written with Matraca Berg and recorded by Kenny Chesney, was nominated as CMA’s “Song of the Year”, as well as two Grammy nods, notably the coveted “Song of the Year” and also received a nomination as ACM’s “Song of the Year.”
Sparta, Ga. native Faren Rachels will be the opening support act. In November of 2017 Rachels released the self-titled EP, “Faren Rachels” & joined Luke Combs on his fall tour. During this time, Rolling Stone named her one of 2018’s new country “artists to watch”.
General admission seated tickets are $35 and on sale now online at freshtix.com. For Freshtix ticketing support, call 678-701-6114.
This show is produced by Six String Southern Productions.