For years artists have covered other artists songs. There is no exception when it comes to the music of Patty Griffin, whose hit like “Top Of The World” has been covered by the Dixie Chicks and Kelly Clarkson. Her proven songwriting skills has set her apart from other songwriters as she intertwines personal, spiritual and political perspectives to paint a perfect picture of what is going on in her mind. On July 30th, she’s set to hit the stage with friend and Nashville powerhouse Lee Ann Womack for an acoustic set at the Charleston Music Hall.
Lee Ann Womack is best known for her heart wrenching vocals that tear at the heartstrings. Her songs deal with broken relationships and the pains throughout life. Songs like “The Fool”, “A Little Past Little Rock”, “Last Call” and “I May Hate Myself in The Morning” are just a few examples that showcase her astounding storytelling.
Together these two will create a musical event you won’t want to miss. Their acoustic tour will include stops in Tennessee, Virginia, Georgia, Alabama, North Carolina and South Carolina. Each night they will do a set of songs from their collections before coming together for a special duet.
Charleston Music Hall is located in the upper king area of Downtown Charleston. The venue has hosted iconic musicians from far and wide. It’s acoustics help engage the audience with it’s performers and gives an overall great concert experience. One of the best places to catch a show in the Lowcountry.
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