Campbell Station Performs To Full House At Songbirds

Monday, July 2, 2018 - by Mark Herndon

Campbell Station performed to a full house at Songbirds Guitar Museum/Music Hall.  The group consists of Elaina Conner, Campbell Steger, & Seth Ferguson. 

If you missed Campbell Station at Songbirds, see them in Chattanooga Live Music scene. On July 14th they will open for Muscadine Bloodline on the kickoff night of Chattanooga's free Saturday concert series, Riverfront Nights. All shows are family and pet friendly.

Campbell's strong, pitch-perfect alto voice and distinctive performance style make her a natural lead vocalist, while Elaina’s beautiful voice, spot-on pitch and instinctive ability to harmonize complement Campbell perfectly. Seth, who has been playing multiple instruments since childhood, arranges the songs in a way that truly brings together the best that the group has to offer.
 
Collectively the group has opened for major acts such as Loretta Lynn and Kenny Chesney, and performed for a growing legion of fans at Chattanooga’s Riverbend Festival, Puckett's, Songbirds Guitar Museum & Music Hall and the Iroquois Steeplechase in Nashville.

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Mark A. Herndon, certified professional geologist and professional photographer grew up in Chattanooga area, graduated from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga.  Supports/Promotes connecting people with Creative Arts, Music and Dance to the Chattanooga Live Music Scene by supporting local/regional creative artists, singers, songwriters, musicians, dancers, & bands. Media affiliation is with www.chattanoogan.com
 
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