Songwriter Night with Rebecca Correia and Ernie Halter
March 31 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm$15
$15 per person
Doors open at 6:00 p.m.
Feel free to BYOB
About Rebecca Correia
“One of the best singer-songwriters in America.” – Mike Wolfe of American Pickers
Up-and-coming singer-songwriter, Rebecca Correia, who Vance Gilbert called a ‘broken-winged angel’ after their first shared performance, is a young veteran with already over 200 songs to her credit. Most recently, she co-wrote the song ‘So Long Goodbye’ with three-time Grammy-winner Keb’ Mo’. ‘So Long Goodbye’ can be found on Keb’s latest album Bluesamericana which was nominated for Best Americana Album @ the 2015 GRAMMY Awards.
‘I got together with Rebecca Correia. I showed her the lyric and she put a melody to it. I think this song was so personal that I was emotionally paralyzed by it. Every word is true and honest.’
– Keb’ Mo’ in his Bluesamericana liner notes.
‘This is the album I play now, when I want to remember and dream. Makes me feel home.’
– Chufairy via iTunes review
‘A record that is an adventure and journey of the soul of Rebecca Correia. Amazing textures, lyrics and melodies. A record not to be overlooked by one of the next Major musical icons.’
– Bellevue Boy via iTunes review
‘Her sweet sound will take you away…this SOUL is one worth cherishing!!!’
– BTJ via iTunes review
A dynamic performer who accompanies herself on guitar, piano and mandolin, Rebecca has opened for a wide and varied number of artists, including Natasha Bedingfield, Shawn Colvin, Livingston Taylor, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Vance Gilbert, Melissa Ferrick, Cliff Eberhardt, Tracy Bonham, Jessie Colter, Freedy Johnston, Reel Big Fish, Raining Jane, Ryan Cabrera, Lucy Kaplansky , Anna Nalick and Howie Day. She also regularly shares the stage with good friends Matt Cusson plus fellow Hartt alumni Javier Colon (Inaugural winner of NBC’s The Voice).
About Ernie Halter
What’s a typical day in the life of Nashville singer/songwriter Ernie Halter? Turns out there’s no such thing. This do-it-yourself, grass-roots, superfan-building machine of a musician has toured all 50 states, Europe, and Asia. His acoustic/vocal centered songs have been featured in film and television. His YouTube and social media plays outnumber those of many major artists, and his multiple crowdfunding projects have raised a combined $50,000. He’s had more than 30 million streams on Spotify. Keys to building a thriving and self-sustaining career have included staying one step ahead of the game and maintaining a strong, personal connection to his fans.
What’s the most rewarding part of Halter’s career? “When someone tells me that my music has been the soundtrack to their relationship or that a song got them through a very hard time in their life—that’s the most rewarding part.” For Halter, it’s all in a day’s work.
Ernie lives in Mount Juliet, TN with his wife Kristen and their twin 6 year old daughters, Lucy and Layla.