Sunday, June, 25 2017
Rival Entertainment Presents:
with Syndey Rhame
SCOTTY CRAM & THE GET UP & NICK HAGELIN
Doors 7pm / Sow 8pm / All Ages / $10 Advance / $12 Day of Show
ABOUT• All Ages Welcome
• Vinyl is a general admission, standing room venue
• Tickets available online via Ticketalternative.com or without ticket fees in person at the Center Stage Box Office, M-F, 11-6. Online sales end at 4pm on day of show.
SCOTTY CRAM & THE GET UP
Scotty is a singer-songwriter with a distinctive voice, soul and style from Atlanta ,GA. Scotty began his singing publicly in Statesboro, Georgia. He got started by playing solo shows at college clubs and bars, while opening for many acts on various college tours. Scotty spent the last 12 years playing venues all over the southeast and east coast. Scotty moved to Atlanta, GA in 2008 to further his music career.
Scotty has a very unique sound, that is all his own. His sole desire, is to create music that everyone can enjoy, regardless of where you have been… or where you’re heading. Raised on Motown and Gospel, he has honed his craft by creating a style that is sure to take you back. Scotty has opened for acts such as: Zac Brown, Sam Hunt, Marc Broussard, David Ryan Harris, Sean McConnell and many more. Most recently Scotty was a featured artist on the SESAC Winter Showcase in Atlanta, Ga.
His new band, the Get Up is comprised of incredibly talented musicians, composers and vocalists. The pop/soul sound has already begun to resonate with some profoundly influential ears. This project is a force to be reckoned with, so pay close attention. It won’t be long…
Nick Hagelin is an award-winning singer/songwriter living in Atlanta, GA. His soulful voice and loving spirit have earned him millions of views on Youtube and a strong run on Season 10 of The Voice, where he finished Top 9. He has been featured on The Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Awards, NBC, CBS, FOX, We TV, E! News, US Weekly, and People Magazine.
Nick is a seasoned entertainer, with a rich background in the performing arts. With two professional singers for parents, he cultivated his talents from a young age, training at School of American Ballet at Lincoln Center from age 9-18. He went on to dance internationally with American Ballet Theatre, Carolina Ballet, Atlanta Opera, and The Kirov. As an actor he has appeared on Law & Order: SVU and the feature film The Emperor’s Club.
A seventeen-year-old singer-songwriter from Decatur, Ga. who began writing music and lyrics at the tender age of six, Sydney Rhame is an accomplished guitarist and pianist who has performed for more than 200 audiences throughout the country since the age of eight. Audiences are consistently surprised by her young age because of her insightful, mature lyrics and soulful voice, which have garnered her much media attention and label interest. Sydney received two record deal offers when she was just 11 years old.
A prolific songwriter in the acoustic pop-rock genre, Sydney’s body of work includes more than 100 original songs thus far. All ages – young and old – can relate to her songwriting. From her hilarious song “Grow” about a short guy friend, to her piano ballad, “Don’t’ Give It Away,” that deals with the pain of losing a family member, Sydney can have audiences laughing and crying during a typical performance. She has headlined sold out shows as well as opened for local and national touring artists such as Jamie Lynn Spears, Aaron Carter and Max Schneider.