Please come out and join us this Sunday at High Thyme in Sullivans Island, SC! This Sunday 9.9.12 from 6-9pm! Hope to see you there!
PLEASE COME JOIN ME THIS SUNDAY 9.2.12 4:00-7:00PM AT FRESH FIELDS VILLAGE IN KIAWAH FOR THE KIAWAH BEER AND WINE FESTIVAL-BENEFITING THE BARRIER ISLAND FREE MEDICAL CLINIC!!!!!!!!!!
I will be playing at Kiawah’s Fresh Fields for the Kiawah’s Beer and wine festival this Sunday 9.2.12 from 4pm-7pm! There will be food, music (of course) and beer and wine!!! This event is benefiting a GREAT LOCAL CHARITY AND CAUSE!!!!! The Barrier Island Free Medical Clinic provides free medical care in the Lowcountry area for those in need. Please come out and enjoy a beautiful afternoon and cause!!!! I’ll be donating all the sales from my album that day to the clinic! So come enjoy the day and support your community!!!!!!!!!!! Tickets are $40 day of event, $35 for advance purchase.
LOTS OF LOVE
Will be playing live at the Dog and Duck in Belle Hall, Mt. Pleasant, SC…..August 8th, 2012 9pm-12pm. Please come out and see us!!!!
Please come out and see me if you are in the area, it’s going to be a great show!!!!
Lots of Love
Hope anyone who is in the area will make it out to this RAD little wine Bar. They serve great wine, cheese and chocolate how much better does it get?????? I will be playing from 9pm till about midnight. I know it’s the day before Mothers Day but I have a special gift for all my Momma’s that make it to the show! Plus what could be a more perfect precursor to Mother’s Day!
Make sure you get there early so you can claim your seats!
Lots of Love
Hey Ya’ll my song is up and ready to accept votes, however there is a catch you have to live with 50miles to the Myrtle Beach Hard Rock for the vote to count, however you still get a free download. If you know anyone in the 50 mile range please share.
Fans, I will be doing a live on air interview tomorrow on 91.5 WPRK @ 6:15pm EST with the Curtis Earth Show. They will also be playing songs from my album Shores. Please tune in if your able. I am posting a link below, you can access the show online.
Lots of Love,
Hey guys, I am playing at Tootsies, (world famous venue in Nashville, TN) on June 9th. If any one is going to be at the CMA festival please come see me. I haven’t got the time from the owner of the club yet but I should know tomorrow. As soon as I have a time I will post it for you.
Lots of Love
Etta James, Led Zeppelin, Allison Krauss, Shirley Caesar, Elvis, and Spirituals all have one thing in common; Soul. These artists and genres inspire me; they inspire me because of the emotion that is woven throughout their performances. When emotion is felt, emotion is communicated. My goal as an artist is to be able to reach people through music. It is my hope that the universal language of soul and emotion come through to all who listen to my music. I remember hearing Etta James say in an interview, “I only sing music that has soul”. That always stuck with me. I can only hope that one day I am able to develop into my own with the guidance and inspiration garnered from the artists who inspire me.
Sheldon Church was one of the location sites for the Lilly B’ Photo Shoot. After I heard about it I knew I wanted to use it for a shoot. Sheldon Church has lain in ruin for more than 120 years. Its gable roof, pediment, windows, and interior have disappeared, but the classic simplicity of its design still remains. One of the first Greek-Revival structures built in the United States, Prince William’s Parish Church, erected 1745-55, was once one of the most impressive churches in the Province. During the Revolution, the Patriots are believed to have stored gun powder in it. In 1779, when the British General Augustine Prevost invaded the Lowcountry, the church was burned by a detachment which according to tradition, was commanded by the flamboyant local Tory, Andrew Deveaux. Rebuilt in 1826, the church was again burned by Sherman’s men in 1865. The ruins are nevertheless a picturesque site from which the visitor can visualize the grandeur of the pre-Revolutionary church.”–SC Department of Parks and Recreation and Tourism.