Mark Kelly Hall And Summer Shyvonne Play At Magoo's April 9

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

Mark Kelly Hall with special guest Summer Shyvonne will play a mix of originals and favorite tunes in an acoustic performance at Magoo's on Wednesday, April 9, beginning at 7 pm.  Admission is free. 

Magoo’s is at 3658 Ringgold Road in East Ridge.  Call 867-1351 for directions and more information.

Review for Mark Kelly Hall and Summer Shyvonne:

Mark Kelly Hall addresses topics such as love, faith and the 70's, with an approach that is often humorous but always serious.  He is originally from Chattanooga and now based in Nashville (yes, he’s been on the TV show, but only for a couple of seconds in the background).  His songs reflect the spiritual heritage of the Bible-belt South, combined with a lifelong fascination with American pop culture, and seasoned by his experiences in places far away from his native Tennessee. He performs an eclectic blend of acoustic folk/pop originals and favorites, flavored with congeniality, personal insight, and a touch of country blues.  www.markkellyhall.com.

Summer Shvyonne turns heads whenever she performs, with her earthy, passionate vocals; heartfelt, well-crafted songs; and striking beauty. She hails from Ringgold and has logged time in LA and Nashville in pursuit of her calling to deliver a message in song. She has also earned an acting credit as a “Nashville” extra, where she learned that Vince Gill is as nice as everyone says he is.


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