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broadway stories Sandi Patty
classical crossover Annie Moses Band
soul Mike Farris
Bluegrass Rhonda Vincent
Traditional Irish Dance Atlantic Steps
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Tuesday
Dec022014

JRA Fine Arts at APAP

NEW YORK, NY

JRA Fine Arts will return to New York City in January 2015 for the annual global performing arts conference and marketplace, APAP. Call 888.939.2787 or email info@jrafinearts.com to schedule an appointment with the JRA Fine Arts team.

Don't miss the opportunity to present acts such as Sandi Patty, Annie Moses Band, Rhonda Vincent, Mike Farris, Melinda Doolittle, and Michael Martin Murphey among others. Click here to view our full performing arts roster.

Friday
Oct242014

Music City Hit-Makers Deliver A Sell Out

NASHVILLE, TN

They are the songwriters behind some of country music's most successful songs and Thursday night Music City Hit-Makers headlined their own SOLD OUT show at Nashville's Cheekwood Mansion.

With over 20 number 1 hits under their belts, Brett James, Jessi Alexander and Kyle Jacobs treated the audience to some of the songs they've penned such as "Jesus Take The Wheel" (Carrie Underwood), "I Drive Your Truck" (Lee Brice), "The Climb" (Miley Cyrus), "More Than A Memory" (Garth Brooks), "When The Sun Goes Down" (Kenny Chesney), and many more. The Nashville Studio Symphony served as the backing band and American Idol finalist turned Dancing With The Stars champion, Kellie Pickler surprised the crowd to perform "The Woman I Am", a song she co-wrote with husband Kyle Jacobs.

Thursday
Oct162014

Annie Moses Band Wows Audiences

MARTINSVILLE, VA

The Annie Moses Band continues to wow audiences with their "Rhapsody In Bluegrass" tour which made a stop in Martinsville, VA on Sunday, October 12.

Barbara Parker of Piedmont Arts said it was a "brilliant performance" and the Annie Moses Band was "great to work with." She concluded by saying this show was "one of the best I have ever presented."

Concertgoer and musician, Jeff Prillaman blogged about the concert experience and described it as "one of the best crossover appeal shows in the business." He didn't stop there, Prillaman left readers with some wise advice: "If you missed the concert last night... DON'T next time."