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Aaron Burdett And Pam Taylor Take Stage - Brevard NC


March 30, 2017

Aaron Burdette will take the stage at 185 King St.

Aaron Burdett takes the stage this Thursday night at 185 King St. in Brevard.

Burdett serves up some of the finest song driven Americana the North Carolina mountains has ever produced. Based in Saluda, Burdett shares a singular perspective on the world around us, including connections to places and people, and the simple pleasures of life through his thoughtfully crafted songs. Building on the traditions of the finest performing songwriters, his original Americana music blends folk-rock, bluegrass and blues into a sound that's at once totally original but also comfortingly familiar. His honest songwriting pours in between hammer-on chord changes and rolling cross picking rhythms, all the while keeping at the forefront his own unique sound and authentic voice.

The following evening, Friday, March 31, join Pam Taylor for an intimate evening of music, storytelling and fun as she promotes her new record, "Steal Your Heart."

Taylor is an American roots musician born and bred in the South and is well versed in the blues. Her debut album "Hot Mess" hit Number 1 on the Roots Music Report, Number 3 on Sirius XM BB Kings Bluesville and Number 25 on The Living Blues charts.

When her band broke up in 2014 she was mentored on guitar by legendary blues singer Debbie Davies. She then teamed up with fiancé, Robert Johnson, to form Stolen Hearts and released an album called "Dirty Southern Soul" in 2015.

Now she is back in the studio recording her next solo album. Although she has many awards and nominations under her belt, she finds the most rewarding aspect of her career to be the impact her music has on people.

After overcoming addiction, depression and physical ailments, she serves up a positive message along with her music. Knowing how it healed her, she plans to carry this message to others in hopes it will heal them too.

A portion of the proceeds of her newest album to be released the spring will go to Girls Rock Charlotte, a nonprofit that amplifies the confidence of all girls and women through the power of music.


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