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Whites Creek, TN (June 25, 2012) – Andy Gibson, one of the hottest singer/songwriters in Nashville today, will be making the The Pepsi Studio Gallery at Fontanel his new home Monday nights starting July 2nd through September. The co-writer of “Don’t You Want To Stay,” the country hit for Jason Aldean and Kelly Clarkson, as well as his first single, “Wanna Make You Love Me,” will be hosting the weekly “Andy Gibson & The Buds” live concert show.
Andy Gibson – know for his near-feverish work ethic both in and out of music – wrote over 150 songs for John Rich’s (of Big & Rich) publishing company within his first year. With the wild success of “Don’t You Want To Stay,” Gibson was immediately launched into the limelight. The once carpenter, maintenance man, and waiter is now one of Nashville’s most sought-after musicians…all within a short five years.
Now equipped with a whole salvo of new songs like “Wanna Make You Love Me,” “Summer Back,” “Walk Away” and “Believe In Me” from his forthcoming debut album, “Summer Back,” Andy will be joined by a veritable who’s who of musicians playing live before a standing-room audience of 400 each and every Monday evening beginning this July 2nd. Broadcasted live on Renegade Radio and sponsored by Budweiser and Carl Black Chevrolet, the weekly show will run from 7:30pm to 10:00pm, but come early, because the doors will open to the public for cocktails before the music starts!
Tickets will be available for purchase at $20 each through Ticket Master with free onsite parking – with valet services if desired. The Pepsi Studio Gallery will feature a full service bar during the show. Meanwhile, Fontanel will encourage guests to visit Café Fontanella for dinner and drinks before and after the show, and will be open until 12:00pm on Monday nights for this special event.
Mondays will be a big night for Fontanel as the weekly Concert Cruise-in at Fontanel car show – starting August 6th, at 5pm – welcoming hundreds of classic and modern hot rods and muscle cars. So come for the music, come early for the cars and stay after for some great food.