3/19/2015
Black Box Theatre Upcoming Performances

 

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Emily Kay Herring returns to the SCAC to perform her favorite songs from the Movies.  Her previous appearances in the Black Box Theater were complete sell-outs.  Versatile, energetic and captivating are just a few ways to describe Ms. Herring when she's on stage. 

 

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Sweet Tea” is Alabama’s dynamic country trio that is currently making their mark on country music.  Hailing from three different parts of Alabama, Kate Falcon, Victoria Camp and Savannah Coker have joined forces to give country music fans their first taste of an all female trio since groups like the Dixie Chicks and the Pistol Annies. Their trademark is their harmonies and collectively they sing with a beautiful blend of southern charm and a little bit of country twang! They are all singer/songwriters and musicians but most importantly, you will see true entertainers.

 

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From the area of the state where music legends flocked to record, Russell Gulley shares his songs and stories of Muscle Shoals.  A mix of Americana that blends blues, soul, gospel, country, and rock and roll, Muscle Shoals music is rooted deep in soul and said to be influenced by the "singing" Tennessee River. 

 

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Welcoming back Birmingham's favorite trio, Three on a String, for an evening of "Good, Clean, Hilarious Entertainment!".  This show always sells out quickly.  Don't Delay Order your tickets today. 

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2Blu will be warming up for the show!

Deserving of her name, Alabama born singer-songwriter Hope Cassity is known among her peers in Nashville for giving Hope to audiences around the globe for the past 12 years. Be it through her commitment to charity work, sharing her award worthy songs, telling her inspiring personal story, or through unexpected melodies coupled with a passionate foot stomping stage performance, she has rightfully Awarded two of the New Country Music Awards for 2015 both NCMA Best New Female Vocalist and Duet of the Year.

 

 

Founded in 2005, The Shelby County Arts Council is incorporated as a functioning 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization.  The mission is to support, nurture, and promote the arts and cultural opportunities in Shelby County, Alabama.   Offerings include gallery exhibits, stage performances and classroom instruction in drawing, painting, pottery and music.