T. Graham Brown and Jimmy Fortune

Opening Act - Caleb Hutchinson

Date: Thursday, September 14th
Time: 7:30 pm
Cost: $38 Premium Reserved (Rows A-N)
$33 Reserved (Rows O-Z)

All ticket prices increase by $5 at the door (after 5:00 pm night of show)

No refunds or exchanges

For more information, please contact our box office at 770.537.MILL (6455).

This concert will go on sale on Tuesday, April 18th at 9:00 am ET. Season Ticket holders can purchase tickets prior to the onsale date.

Performers

T. Graham Brown


There is only one T Graham Brown. His uniqueness has made him one of the most enduring and beloved performers of the day. He is a journeyman and a songwriter whose blue-eyed soul sound defies musical boundaries. He has penned numerous hit songs, and garnered a string of chart topping hits. In 2015 Brown received a GRAMMY Nomination for his latest album "Forever Changed."


Jimmy Fortune


Jimmy Fortune toured, sang and performed with the legendary Statler Brothers for 21 years. He joined them first as a temporary replacement for Lew DeWitt, after DeWitt heard him singing at a ski resort and recommended him. Following an audition in Nashville, Jimmy was contacted by the Statler Brothers and performed his first show with them on January 28, 1982, in Savannah, Georgia. Due to the debilitating effects of Crohn’s Disease, Lew was unable to return to the stage with the Statlers, and Jimmy was hired as a permanent replacement in August of 1982.

Fortune quickly lived up to his name. He wrote the group’s second No. 1 hit, “Elizabeth,” on their 1983 album Today, and followed that with two more No. 1 hits–“My Only Love” (from 1984’s Atlanta Blue) and “Too Much On My Heart” (from 1985’s Pardners in Rhyme). Fortune also wrote the top-10 hit “Forever” from 1986’s Four for the Show and co-wrote the top-10 hit “More Than a Name on the Wall” from 1988’s The Greatest Hits.


Jimmy Fortune


Jimmy Fortune toured, sang and performed with the legendary Statler Brothers for 21 years. He joined them first as a temporary replacement for Lew DeWitt, after DeWitt heard him singing at a ski resort and recommended him. Following an audition in Nashville, Jimmy was contacted by the Statler Brothers and performed his first show with them on January 28, 1982, in Savannah, Georgia. Due to the debilitating effects of Crohn’s Disease, Lew was unable to return to the stage with the Statlers, and Jimmy was hired as a permanent replacement in August of 1982.

Fortune quickly lived up to his name. He wrote the group’s second No. 1 hit, “Elizabeth,” on their 1983 album Today, and followed that with two more No. 1 hits–“My Only Love” (from 1984’s Atlanta Blue) and “Too Much On My Heart” (from 1985’s Pardners in Rhyme). Fortune also wrote the top-10 hit “Forever” from 1986’s Four for the Show and co-wrote the top-10 hit “More Than a Name on the Wall” from 1988’s The Greatest Hits.


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1031 Alabama Avenue
P.O. Box 426
Bremen, GA 30110
Phone: 770.537.6455
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