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Dale Ann Bradley at Mountain Arts Community Center

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Dale Ann BradleyDon’t miss the award winning “Bluegrass Vocalist”, Dale Ann Bradley at the Mountain Arts Community Center (MACC) on Friday, October 10th at 7 pm. This outstanding artist is a 5 time “IBMA Female Vocalist of the Year” winner! She is solid down to earth bluegrass with a one of a kind awesome voice. Dale Ann Bradley, has recorded stellar solo albums and has done impressive collaborations with Alison Krauss "I'll Take Love" and "I Wish It'd Been You," among others. In 2013 she opened for Vince Gill when he performed at the Tivoli in Chattanooga. Don’t miss her performance!

In 2011, she recorded her third release with Alison Brown. This album included "Country Songbird" Pam Tillis. Dale Ann, along with Pam Tillis, penned the title cut, "Somewhere South Of Crazy," and in 2011 the song was a nominee for Song of the Year and Album of the Year. In 2011-2012, the IBMA bestowed the Female Vocalist of the Year to her for the fifth time. Some of her best known songs are “Catch Tomorrow “, "Cumberland River Dreams", "Send the Angels Down" and "Don't Turn Your Back."

Her first release, East Kentucky Morning launched her into international media and airplay. She charted on Billboard, Gavin and International Bluegrass charts, was featured in Billboard magazine and dozens of major industry publications. The Grand Ole Opry opened its doors for Dale Ann to guest several times as a result of this project. Her second release, Old Southern Porches, garnered more of the same accolades. "I was getting album reviews that I couldn't read," she laughs, "They were from all over the world." The third Pinecastle release was a gospel album, Songs of Praise and Glory, which also shined especially in the Gospel market.

Tickets $15. Tickets may be purchased at the MACC in advance - cash or check only. The Mountain Arts Community Center is located at 809 Kentucky St., Signal Mountain, TN. 37377.  For more information call the MACC at 423-886-1959. The MACC is handicapped accessible.

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