Green Solo Cup Party w/ Tucker Beathard

WCOS & Music Farm Productions Present

Green Solo Cup Party w/ Tucker Beathard

The Blue Pickups, Haley Mae Campbell

Sat, March 11, 2017

Doors: 7:00 pm / Show: 7:45 pm

Music Farm Columbia

Columbia, SC

$7 - $10

This event is 18 and over

$3 Surcharge at the door for those under 21. Cash only.

Tucker Beathard
Tucker Beathard
At just 20 years old, singer-songwriter Tucker Beathard already exudes the confidence and swagger of an established artist. It's probably because music is in his blood. He started playing drums and guitar in a band with his brothers at 10 years old and had an early immersion into songwriting via his dad, two-time BMI "Songwriter of the Year" Casey Beathard. It was Tucker's rebellious attitude as a teenager that inspired the lyrics for the chart-topping hit "Homeboy" recorded by Eric Church. Not long after making the decision to forgo a baseball scholarship to focus on music, Beathard signed a publishing deal with Big Machine Music and a recording contract with DOT Records. Now he is beginning to carve a path for his own unique and unapologetic sound with lyrics like "Hell no I don't mind turning heads; Hell yeah I'll get by living on the edge; Our point of views may never meet; I don't wanna be you, yeah I know me." Beathard is working on his debut album and is already booked for shows this summer with superstars Dierks Bentley, Eric Church, Miranda Lambert and Keith Urban.
The Blue Pickups
The Blue Pickups
Haley Mae Campbell
Haley Mae Campbell
A dedicated singer/songwriter raised in Charleston, SC, Haley Mae has loved music and performing arts all her life. After recording at Cupit Studios in Nashville, Haley Mae debuted her first album, “Hugs & Disses,” at the Charleston Music Farm in February of 2015. Since then, she has landed many notable gigs including writing and performing a Monday night promotional music video with the Charleston RiverDogs, a slot at the 9th Annual First Flush Festival with headliner Sheryl Crow, and opening for country stars Love and Theft, Lauren Alaina, Dan + Shay, Easton Corbin, Chris Janson, Brothers Osborne, and Josh Turner, as well as folk legends The Avett Brothers. Immediately after graduating, Haley Mae and her band, The Hardware, embarked on their first ever tour of the East coast. Performing everywhere from Orlando to New York City, the “Hugs & Disses Tour” marks the first of many to come for this young performer.

Her new EP, "Phone Home," shows incredible growth over the last year. The five-track album, co-written with drummer Ben Sewell, was recorded at Truphonic Studios in Charleston, SC, and engineered by Joey Cox. "Evergreen," the last song on the track list and first written for the project, was quickly picked up by 105.5 The Bridge for regular rotation. The title track and lead single from the album, "Phone Home," is a fan favorite and quite the head-turner. A folk/rock sound coupled with clever lyrics and evocative melodies make EP "Phone Home" an exciting development in this new artist's career.

Haley Mae has been featured on numerous radio and television programs, including Lowcountry Live on ABC News 4, Y102.5, Nash FM 96.9, OHM Radio 96.3, Live 5 News, 105.5 The Bridge, WEZL 103.5, WSBF Clemson, i93.7 Locals Only, The Dave Ugly Show, and The Pat Henry Project WMTS.
Venue Information:
Music Farm Columbia
1022 Senate Street
Columbia, SC, 29201
http://www.musicfarm.com/venues/music-farm-columbia/upcoming-shows/