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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?
‘S wonderful! ‘S marvelous! That’s what rang through my head as I watched The Swon Brothers tear up the South Florida Fair stage during their “Swoncert” (try saying that … it rolls right off the tongue) in front of a rowdy crowd. After seeing The Swon Brothers live, this much is clear – these boys were born to be on stage.
The Voice Season 4 Finalists, Zach and Colton Swon, spent their show covering songs ranging from country to classic rock to classic country rock. The boys barreled through the starting line with a cover of Randy Houser‘s “How Country Feels” and quickly transitioned into the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band‘s “Fishin’ In the Dark” (much to our amazing photographer friend, Sara Kauss‘, excitement). The guys manifested their uncanny abilities to harmonize with one another without ever making evident that one brother’s vocal prowess is any more superior than the other.
Sarah Darling released her four song holiday EP, entitled Have a Merry Christmas Darling. The EP consists of:
1. The Christmas Song
3. I’ll Be Home For Christmas
4. Silent Night
You can download your copy of Sarah’s magical Christmas EP on iTunes now!
***Fun fact! Our friend, Sara Kauss, is responsible for the gorgeous artwork on the cover of Sarah’s Christmas EP!***
Sara Kauss of Parasol Production (@_Parasol_), the Producer of the Dance Hall music video, met Emily at a concert event at Sara and Zak Kauss’s ranch in Florida, where Emily performed on the Fourth of July. Immediately, Sara recognized something extremely special in the young artist and, without hesitation, determined Emily’s was a career in which she truly believed and of which she offered her support. The Dance Hall music video is Parasol Production‘s first major project, and a flawless one, indeed.
After polling Emily’s fan base, Dance Hall (which later became a track on Danielle Bradbery‘s debut album) was selected as the first music video off of Here Right Now. Dance Hall, which was written by April Geesbreght, Molly Reed, and Nicole Gaylon, was a song that Emily knew she wanted to record upon first listen. “I instantly fell in love with the song after hearing it!” Emily explained in her speech at her music video premiere party.
Without further ado, we present to you Emily’s first, and certainly not last, music video — Dance Hall!