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The Writer’s Share presents Sara Beck, Adam Wright, Park Chisolm and Milan Miller

Thursday, June 06
Show | 8pm // Doors | 7pm
$15

The Writer’s Share Presents Sara Beck, Adam Wright, Park Chisolm and Milan Miller
Sara Beck’s music has carried her far from her hometown of Ellicott City, Maryland – to arenas, theaters, and clubs all around the world. After 21 years of living, writing, playing, and singing in Nashville, Beck recently relocated to Virginia, where she is preparing to release her sixth project The Acrobat (2019). The six-song EP is a revelation in whisper and melody, Beck’s crystal-clear voice taking center stage, surrounded by rhythmic cello and lush harmonies. “I always wanted to be a singer as a kid,” she laughs. “When I moved to Nashville at seventeen, I was all about being a songwriter, and so maybe now I finally get to be both.”
Adam Wright is a two time Grammy nominated songwriter, singer, producer, and musician. His rooted, literary style, has earned him a stellar reputation among some of Nashville’s most well-respected artists, producers, and writers. His songs have been recorded by country music icons such as Alan Jackson, Lee Ann Womack and Garth Brooks as well as nontraditional newcomers like Brent Cobb and Aubrie Sellers.
Park Chisolm grew up in Newnan, Ga, and moved to Nashville in 1996 to pursue songwriting and front his own band. Chisolm found work as a multi-instrumentalist on the road and in the studio with artists from all across the musical spectrum. Recent songwriting credits include a track on Blake Shelton’s chart-topping studio album, If I’m Honest.
An accomplished multi-instrumentalist, Milan Miller often jokes that he first moved to Nashville in 1999 because he “heard they were running out of guitar players,” but with light speed picking and his trusty tenor voice, he has built a reputation as a first call sideman and collaborator. Traveling the world, Milan has made appearances at venues ranging from Colorado’s Red Rocks Amphitheater to Buck Owens’ Crystal Palace in Bakersfield, California, and from the Grand Ole Opry to Symphony Hall with the Boston Pops Orchestra.