CAITLYN SMITH is a country music artist/songwriter from Minnesota. Her songs have been recorded by a number of country music’s biggest stars such as Jason Aldean, Rascal Flatts, Kenny Rogers, Dolly Parton, Lady Antebellum and Garth Brooks. Smith also penned Cassadee Pope’s first hit single, “Wasting All These Tears” and “Heart of Dixie” for Danielle Bradbery. She’s toured the country with American icon Willie Nelson, and will be spending the summer touring the US and opening for Sheryl Crow, Dierks Bentley and Eric Church. Her undeniable ability to grab someone by the heart strings with only a guitar and her astounding voice proves to be an experience one does not forget.


www.facebook.com/caitlynsmithmusic

www.caitlynsmith.com



You can take the Cajun out of Louisiana, but you can't take the Louisiana out of the Cajun. WILL PAYNE HARRISON is a Nashville-based singer/songwriter originally from Louisiana with a knack for storytelling and a longing for home. With his debut album Louisiana Summer, Harrison challenges himself to explore greater emotional depths including earnest struggles with fear, love, faith and loss. In his previous band, The Onlies, Harrison landed tracks in David Letterman's Production Company's We Made This Movie, also The Shelter starring Michael Pare, and the 2015 remake of the classic Black Beauty starring Luke Perry. With Louisiana Summer, Harrison and his band (featuring The Onlies co-founder Fawn Larson, bassist Katie Blomarz, and mandolinist Caleb Edwards) look forward to bringing a little bit of Louisiana to the rest of the world.


http://www.willpayneharrison.com


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CAITLYN

SMITH

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WILL PAYNE HARRISON

Thursday, September 3, 7:30pm,

$12