FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
December 12, 2019
SONGWRITER-SINGER MIA ROSE LYNNE SLATED TO MAKE JAN. 25 APPEARANCE AT WHITE HORSE BLACK MOUNTAIN
Nashville-Based Artist Draws Comparisons With Alison Krauss,
Joni Mitchell & Patty Griffin
BLACK MOUNTAIN, N.C.—Mia Rose Lynn, a Nashville-based singer/songwriter whose pure, captivating vocals have been likened to such artists as Alison Krauss, Joni Mitchell and Patty Griffin, will make an appearance at White Horse Black Mountain on Saturday, Jan. 25 at
Tickets are priced at $12 in advance and $15 the day of the show. Doors will open at 7:30 p.m. For more information, go to www.whitehorseblackmountain.comor call 828-669-0816.
Lynne is a northern California native now living in Nashville, where she joins the ranks of young, progressive songwriters working outside the pop country mainstream. She grew up singing harmonies in the family western swing band and often fell asleep in their Winnebago to the sound of festival campsite bluegrass jams.
She pursued a career in musical theatre, but after settling in Music City her love for roots music reasserted itself and the songs emerged. Songwriting accolades include being a 2017 Kerrville Folk Festival New Folk Contest winner, finalist in the 2018 Telluride Troubadour Contest, 2018 Songwriter Serenade, 2018 Wildflower Arts and Music Festival Contest, and 2017 Rocky Mountain Folks Fest Songwriter Showcase.
“The real deal, a triple threat who can write, play, and sing just about anything for a living while being able to specialize in a folk/bluegrass/acoustic music style that fits her to a T,” wrote
Rick Moore, Music News Nashville,about Lynne.
Open Space, Mia’s debut album, 2014, was recorded and produced in Nashville by Brendan Harkinand featured Stuart Duncanon fiddle and Rob Ickeson dobro. Songs range from folk ballads with haunting string arrangements to bluegrass and folk-pop grooves. Her second record, Follow Me Moon, released January 2016, featured 11 tastefully stripped-down acoustic originals and was produced by Austin Filingoand recorded by Grammy award-winning engineer, Tim Roberts. Magicians Never Tell, Mia’s third record of all-original songs, was produced by Neilson Hubbardand released in 2019.
White Horse Black Mountain (105 Montreat Rd.) is a 215-seat music and arts venue that has staged more than 2,500 concerts and other events during its 10-year history. It offers state-of-the-art sound, cabaret-style (table) seating, and bar/concession area that serves beer, wine, Kombucha, soft drinks and snacks.
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