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Saturday, December 14th, 7:00 p.m.
Atlanta Pops return for this year's holiday concert. The Pops, established
by Albert Coleman in 1945, has built a reputation for being energetic and
professional. This year The Grand Theatre welcomes the Cartersville
Elementary School Children's Choir who will join the Atlanta Pops for some
holiday classics. Come join us for this Cartersville tradition and share
in some holiday cheer. Learn more at
Saturday, February 1st, 7:00 p.m.
Brothers won the IBMA Entertainer of the Year Award for the second
consecutive year along with three other awards in 2013 including vocal
group of the year and song of the year for "They Called it Music". That is
on the heels of two big wins at the 2012 IBMA Awards this past year for
Entertainer of the Year and Gospel Recorded Performance of the Year and
three big wins at the 2012 SPBGMA Awards for Album of the Year, Song of
the Year, and Songwriters of the Year. They were also winners at the 2011
IBMA Awards for Vocal Group of the Year and Album of the Year. Eric and
Leigh bring "fancy picking" (The Washington Post) and "the toughest and
tightest harmonies this side of hillbilly heaven" (Dave Higgs, Bluegrass
Breakdown) to the Bluegrass world. They have also seen their last six
albums reach #1. They Called It Music, the Gibson Brothers' third release
for roots label Compass Record, the follow up to 2011's IBMA Album of the
year, Help My Brother, is being hailed as their best yet. Find out more
Saturday, March 22nd, 7:00 p.m.
been highly revered by fans as the "next best thing" to Journey. They have
captured the lush signature sound of renowned vocalist Steve Perry and
Journey in their prime. Complete with a band of world-class Los Angeles
musicians, DSB remains true to Journey's musical legacy and delivers the
nostalgic concert experience that will keep you Believin'. More about this
band can be found at dsbband.com.
Saturday, April 26th, 7:00 p.m.
combination of drive and talent that has made Steve Wariner a major
country music figure showed up early. He started it all with an obsession
with guitar, then grew into being a singer, songwriter, painter, producer,
showman, and Opry member since 1996. As an artist, Steve has had 14 number
one singles, three gold albums, 4 Grammy Awards with 11 nominations, 4
CMA Awards, 1 ACM Award, 16 BMI Country Awards, 15 BMI Million-Air Awards,
songwriter he came up with hits for Bryan White, Clint Black, Garth
Brooks, and others. Steve picked up Song of the Year honors from both the
CMA and the ACM for “Holes in the Floor of Heaven,” the tune that would
also win CMA Single of the Year honors. Other number one singles include
“Some Fools Never Learn”, “Small Town Girl”, “Where Did I Go Wrong” and
“Tips Of My Fingers”. Learn more about Steve at