Calling it an honor and a pleasure, country music star Angela Reign and her band will headline Chick Singer Night on October 19, at the Hard Rock Cafe in Atlanta.
This is a night to pay respects to women in music and the talent in Atlanta has stepped up to the plate.
“Headlining this prestigious event is a true honor,” says Reign. “When you look at the thousands of talented women who’ve been a part of Chick Singer Night over it’s 25 year history, including the likes of legends like Sheryl Crow, you have to be humbled by the opportunity to be a part of something so big.”
This is a celebration of Live Music and independent women musicians and artists, now in its 25th year.
The night will also include many other female artists performing and entertaining.
In June, Angela was crowned Best Female Country Artist of the Year by the Georgia Music Awards. She also received a nomination in 2012 for Best Music Video of the Year for her debut music video. Showing her versatility, Angela’s band was a finalist in Hard Rock’s International Battle of the Bands and CBS Atlanta recently named Angela’s band one of the 5 Best Local Rock Bands, the only female-led band to make this list.
Angela plays regularly at many of the major music venues in Atlanta, Nashville and across the U.S. In Atlanta, Angela has played at Wild Bill’s, Electric Cowboy, Smith’s Olde Bar, and 120 Tavern and Music Hall among others. In Nashville Angela performs at the renowned Bluebird Cafe, The Listening Room and other major venues. Elsewhere in the U.S., Angela headlines music festivals, serves as entertainment for major sporting events and is demand as an opener for platinum selling artists.
Don’t miss Angela. Angela and her band have headlined the pre-game entertainment for the NCAA Final Four Championship Game in Atlanta as well as singing the National Anthem and God Bless America at professional sporting events such as the Professional Bull Riders tour events, Major League baseball games and at the NCAA Div III Basketball Championship Game.
Angela’s single, “I Wanna Ride the Bull” is the focus of a line dance being taught in clubs across the U.S. with the song in active rotation at 100+ clubs across the nation. The song is also part of a 5-song dance CD that includes Kip Moore, Scotty McCreery, Brett Eldridge, Bobby and Billy Ray Cyrus and Angela Reign. The music video for the same song was also nominated for Music Video of the Year by the Georgia Music Awards. It has also been featured numerous times on 94.9 The Bull in Atlanta.
The show on the 19th kicks off at 7 p.m. and will be hosted by Lisa Lineham, CSN Atlanta Director.
Tickets are $8 online at www.ticketalternative.com or $10 at the door.