What do you get when you bring Sarah Darling, Jenn Bostic, and Emily Brooke together for one night only? An evening jam-packed with incredible talent and fun, as well as the unique opportunity to see three extremely different artists team up to entertain one South Florida crowd. Sarah, Jenn, and Emily have decided to join forces with Tiki 52 (a Jupiter, Florida restaurant/bar) and Miller Lite on Wednesday night, February 26th, for a show like no other. In one show, the audience will get a well-known, long-time country artist with charted hits and television cameos galore; a country/pop artist with a collection of awards and acclaim in the United Kingdom; and an up and coming country artist who is sure to be among the next wave of young talent entering the music industry. And, as if that isn’t enough, the concert will benefit “For the Linds,” an organization created in memory of Warner Music Nashville’s Lindsay Walleman, who passed away from Sarcoma at the young age of twenty-eight. Does it get any better than this?
Sarah Darling, who entered the country music scene in 2008, has released two studio albums and two EPs, all of which have experienced individual successes. Sarah’s single, “Home To Me,” notably found its way on to the U.S. Billboard Hot Country Songs chart, peaking at #34. Her most recent single, “Little Umbrellas,” was frequently played on SiriusXM’s The Highway. Sarah also has a hand in writing music and she wrote the song “Knowing What I Know About Heaven,” which was recorded and released by Guy Penrod. Country music fans have also been able to catch Sarah on TBS’ Conan, Fox & Friends, HLN Morning Express with Robin Meade, ABC’s The Bachelor, Better TV, and Sarah’s cover of the song “Blackbird” was also recently on an episode of Criminal Minds. Sarah is currently in the process of writing songs for her next album and appears bi-weekly as a guest blogger for GAC.
Jenn Bostic, whom we had the pleasure of recently interviewing, is best known for her hit song, “Jealous of the Angels.” This extremely personal song touched fans worldwide and it took on a life of its own when it was played by one radio DJ in the United Kingdom. Before Jenn knew it, she was across the pond promoting this track, being interviewed by radio stations and performing for those who had been affected by the song (which was inspired by Jenn’s life experiences). Jenn was soon thereafter awarded with five Independent Country Music Association Awards. Jenn frequently performs throughout Nashville, including at the prestigious Grand Ole Opry, and is currently preparing to work on her next album, which she anticipates will stray more toward pop than country, without compromising Jenn’s beautiful artistry.
Emily Brooke is a fifteen-year-old musical prodigy who can sing, play guitar, and has begun dabbling in piano effortlessly. Emily is rare, indeed, as she possesses the innate ability to hear a song, learn a song, and perform a song faster than most people can even commit the lyrics to memory. Emily released her first country album, Here Right Now, in 2012, and filmed her first official video, “Dance Hall,” at the end of 2013. “Dance Hall” is a song that can be found on Emily’s debut album, and was so well-received that it was also later recorded and released by Danielle Bradbery. Emily can often be found performing at private and public events around South Florida and Nashville.
The show at Tiki 52 (sponsored by Miller Lite) will be an event to remember when these three country strong women exhibit their individual talents, while joining hands in support of one another’s careers. We invite you all to come out and join us as we celebrate country music in an intimate setting, surrounded by friends, family, and fans alike.