Join us at the Williamson County Public Library to hear Nashville, TN based Americana Singer-Songwriter Britt Dignan in a free performance at 6:00 p.m on February 19.
Britt has the ability to capture your heart with his talent for writing meaningful lyrics placed smoothly over his slick Acoustic melodies and impromptu jams. He paints a picture with his folky story telling, soulful rooted voice and extraordinary stage presence, placed a top a high energized passion and love for music! Roots Rock at its finest! Originally from Chicago, IL Britt has become an accomplished Singer/Songwriter throughout the Midwest/South East and its surrounding states.
Britt has shared the stage with many nationally touring bands such as Matthew West, Mr. Blotto and Young Dubliners to name a few. He has played at many venues, including these in Chicago (Double Door, Cubby Bear, Subterranean, Hard Rock Cafe, The Tree Of Joliet, Goose Island and Martyrs) and Nashville (Hard Rock Cafe, Douglas Corner Café and The National Underground, and many more. He has become an accomplished singer/songwriter throughout the Midwest and its surrounding states.
His first full length album “Ordinary Life” was released in late January, 2014 and has concert goers of all ages raving over his fresh southern folk style and old timey blues jams with a jazzy twist. He plans to release a new album in 2019.
This concert is a presentation of Williamson County Public Library and Southern Trace Songwriters. Britt’s concert will be in the first floor meeting room of the Library.
All library programs are free and open to the public. Learn more about this event or other library programs and services by calling the library at 615-595-1243, extension 1, or by visiting the library’s web site at http://wcpltn.org.
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