News From Terre Haute, Indiana

June 19, 2014

National music acts scheduled for Brazil’s Alabama Street Festival

News Release

---- — The 2014 Alabama Street Festival in Brazil will return June 28 with some hot acts for its 12th annual event.

Nashville artists Clayton Anderson and Drew Baldridge will play the festival and will bring one of the best shows to the valley this year.

Admission to the festival is $10 with proceeds benefiting the Brazil Police Department “Shop With A Cop” program. Guests must be 21 or older to attend with valid photo ID. Drink specials and food will be served the entire night.

Anderson will headline the show right in the middle of his hot ticketed tour through the Midwest and South. Anderson, who hails from Bedford, has been in Music City for more than five years developing and crafting his music and career into what it is today. After a Top 5 Album debut on iTunes, Anderson has continued to tour around the area and has been selling out some of the best club venues around the country. He brings a fresh country sound with some great songs he has written with Nashville’s best songwriters. Not to mention he is a Hoosier. His high-energy show will include his originals and some of the favorite southern rock and country hits.

Baldridge will be making a return visit to the festival for the second year in a row. After a very successful 2014 and the release of his EP “All Good,” Baldridge has been turning heads in music city. With a voice as rich as the Midwestern soil he was raised on, the Patoka, Ill., native’s music reflects small town life while living large on the simple things. Baldridge’s music is the soundtrack to life, be it a rowdy Friday night or a peaceful Sunday morning. His songs and performances transport listeners to their favorite memories all while making new ones. He has shared the stage with Nashville stars such as Alabama, Phil Vassar, Montgomery Gentry, Justin Moore and others.

A special songwriters round with Nashville singer-songwriters Zach DuBois, Haley Adkins, Megan Redmond and Nicole Johnson will kick off the show. If you are a fan of the show “Nashville” you will get an inside look as writers sit in a row and play some of the songs they have written and are currently pitching to some of the major country artists in town.

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