Brooke Eden in concert at ASUMH
Up-and-coming country music sensation Brooke Eden will perform in concert with Levi Hummon and Levon at the Vada Sheid Community Development Center (The Sheid)'s Ed Coulter Performing Arts Center on the campus of Arkansas State University-Mountain Home (ASUMH) on Thursday, June 23. Doors open at 6 p.m. for the 7 p.m. show. This concert is sponsored by KPFM 105.5 country radio.
VIP tickets are $30 (plus $7.45 fee per ticket) with 5 p.m. exclusive meet and greet event; reserved floor seats are $15 (plus $5.20 fee per ticket) and general admission riser seats are $10 (plus $4.75 fee per ticket). Tickets can be purchased online at www.thesheid.com, at the Sheid box office Monday - Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., and by phone at 800-965-9324. Credit or debit cards only.
A talented musician and vocalist, Brooke Eden brings an incredible fusion of country, rock and blue-eyed soul to her performances. She was featured on Season 7 of American Idol and is known for her new single "Daddy's Money" and girl-power anthem "Sunday Morning." Brooke is a confident and commanding vocalist, poised to follow in the footsteps of her chief country inspiration and BBR Music Group labelmate, Jason Aldean. Brooke has a very strong fan-base in her home state of Florida where she has opened for Lynyrd Skynyrd, Brooks n Dunn, Sara Evans, Trick Pony, Alan Jackson and more. She currently lives in Nashville, Tenn., where she is writing her EP.
Levi Hummon, who opened for A Thousand Horses in the Ed Coulter Performing Arts Center last summer, is returning to open for Brooke Eden. Born and raised in Nashville, Levi, who is a member of a multi-generational music family, deeply appreciates his roots. Levi has recently signed with The Valory Music Company artist roster, which includes Reba, Justin Moore, Brantley Gilbert, Thomas Rhett, The Mavericks and RaeLynn. "Levi's unique vision and incredible artistry is exactly the kind of musical move we want to make now. This is a very significant artist signing," said Big Machine Record Label President and CEO Scott Borchetta. Levi Hummon is currently writing and recording for his first full-length album.
Levon is also returning to the Ed Coulter Performing Arts Center to open for Brooke after playing an opening set for Maddie and Tae this past fall. Levon's lead singer and guitarist Michael Hall remembers his father listening to country and 70's rock bands and thinking, "This is the kind of music people want to get back to, music I want to get back to. Honest lyrics and memorable melodies. Hopefully our music speaks to that," he says. With influences like Pure Prairie League, CSN, Keith Urban and The Eagles, Levon's sound is a combination of "then" and "now." Levon's name derives equally from Elton John's song "Levon" and The Band's Levon Helm. They are in the process of recording and writing with some of the biggest names in Nashville and have recently secured a record deal with Epic/Sony Nashville. Levon is currently playing festivals and shows across the country, opening for artists like Florida Georgia Line, Chase Rice and musical legend Willie Nelson, to name a few.
For more information, contact Rickey Crawford, Technical Director of The Sheid, at 870- 508-6196.