Saturday July 29th, 2017

Ticket Price
FREE Country Dance Party
(donations to Operation Second Chance accepted)

Open Seating (1st come first seat)
Doors open and food and drink available for purchase at 7:15pm
Warm-up Performance: 14 year old Sarah Hardwig
Opening Band: Doug Burns / 8:15 to 9:00pm
Main Event / Sheena Brook / 9:15 - 10:45pm
Signed Guitar Giveaway at 10:45pm
(RSVP is NOT Required but is REQUESTED so we can plan employees and number of chairs to BETTER SERVE YOU) Please register below

Sheena Brook is a country singer/songwriter that has been climbing in the music industry for the past few years, recently making friends and working with the likes of Sully Erna, JT Harding, and many more great songwriters and musicians. She has opened for acts such as Kristian Bush, Josh Turner, Gloriana, Jason Michael Carroll and many more.

Playing music in bands where the audience would pic topics, key and tempo and loving music of all types has helped her to appreciate and hone her skills as a songwriter and performer. In addition to writing with writers in Nashville and Florida she continues to create music people love to listen to.
One fan said, “Even though I didn’t know any of the songs I found myself excited to hear what she was going to play next, every song was as good as the next”

  Opening Band - Doug Burns 8:15 to 9:00pm

Once upon a time I sang and played guitar in the punk rock band Last Great Hope. I'm still a punk at heart but now work as a solo singer-song writer doing Americana and Alt-Country styles of music. It's a little different when you do things on your own but the love from friends and fans is more than enough to keep me going. My songs range from upbeat and happy to dark and moody and all points in between. I draw inspiration from the likes of Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings, Social Distortion and Guy Clark (and so many more) but my sound is unique and fresh with one foot in the past and one in the future. I hope to play for you soon and look forward each and every adventure on this crazy ride.

  Warm-up Performance - Sarah Hardwig 7:40 to 8:00pm
Sarah Hardwig, 14, has been singing since she can remember. She's performed the national anthem over 100 times, including at a Miami Dolphins game in 2012. Sarah had her first Nashville performance when she was 9 at CMA Fest and has continued each year since then, including four performances during CMA Fest in 2017. She has performed with Locash and Maggie Baugh and opened for the Swon Brothers in her first official gig in April. 
  Englewood Event Center Operation Second Chance Sponsors - Helping Raise Funds for our wounded Vets.