4 Local Singer-Songwriters Present "Songwriter's Night" At Heritage House Next Tuesday

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Heather Leigh Holt, Derek Wayne Martin, Sophie Lockport, and Ben Strawn (host) will put on an intimate house concert, "The Songwriter's Night," next Tuesday from 7-9 p.m. at The Heritage House Arts & Civic Center in East Brainerd, 1428 Jenkins Road.

"Every month on the second Tuesday, concertgoers have the opportunity to hear some of the best singer-songwriters that the Scenic City has to offer, presented in an ideal listening environment with light refreshments," organizers said.  "Come join your fellow original music lovers in the comfy confines of the Heritage House parlor as we hear these talented singer-songwriters perform their works, as well as share the very personal stories that inspired them — all in a pleasant atmosphere which allows attendees to concentrate on the music as it was meant to be heard.

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This event is offered as a free event to the public via the sponsorship of the Chattanooga Department of Youth and Family Development and the staff of the Heritage House.

From 6:30-7 p.m. attendees will have the opportunity to mingle with the songwriters over a cup of coffee and some light refreshments

Lineups are subject to change based on artist availability.

Directions: If coming from Interstate-24, take the (East) E. Brainerd Road exit and follow approximately one mile to the stoplight in front of the Food City Grocery Plaza (on your right). Turn left at the Pizza Hut and then immediately right into Heritage Park. The mansion at the center of the park is where the concert is held.

For further information or help with directions, contact Heritage House Manager Chris Holley at 423-855-9474 or cholley@chattanooga.gov.



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