Briana Adams

Briana Adams

PUBLIC INVITED

Fayette County Country Music Club Opry

MAY 21, 2018

7:00 P.M.- Doors open 5:30 P.M. - Admission $5.00

La Grange KC Hall – 190 S. Brown Street

This month we are featuring: Ronnie Caywood, Briana Adams & Amanda Peevler

Sponsors: FAYETTE MEMORIAL FUNERAL HOME, NATIONAL BANK & TRUST, OVIEDO

CHEVROLET, GMC, CHRYSLER, JEEP & DODGE & TEXAS LIVE OAK GROUP OF

THRIVENT FINANCIAL

FAYETTE COUNTY COUNTRY MUSIC CLUB WILL HOST THEIR

MONTHLY OPRY ON MONDAY, MAY 21, 2018

The Fayette County Country Music Club will host their monthly Opry on Monday, May 21, 2018 at the newly

remodeled Knights of Columbus Hall in La Grange, Texas. The show starts at 7:00 P.M. and the doors will

open at 5:30 P.M. Admission is only $5.00

AMANDA PEEVLER has been singing since the age of 3. She began performing on stage at the age of 10

and since then has performed in several opry’s, talent shows, church and venues throughout the state of Texas.

Amanda not only sings, but also plays guitar and writes some of her own material. She loves singing

traditional and classic country music and performs regularly at The Four County Opry in Industry, TX. Her

love of country music has been inspired by her father Greg Peevler who has been her biggest influence.

Through her music, it is Amanda’s hope to bring a smile to those who are willing to listen. Most importantly,

she wishes to carry on her father’s legacy as an advocate of true country music. Amanda is now 22 years old

and has recently graduated from Texas A&M University and is in the process of pursuing her career as a

teacher.

RONNIE CAYWOOD is a Singer/Songwriter from Rockdale, Tx. He started singing and playing guitar in

High School with a local band of friends, later he played at numerous functions in the US Army. Ronnie has

shared the stage with many musicians of note to include members off “The Ace in the Hole Band”. He has

also appeared on TV on Fox 7 Austin and TV Special with Claude Gray and Jody Miller. He also has

appeared on the Johnny High Music Revue in Arlington,Tx. Ronnie has recorded a couple of albums and his

musical influences are Willie, Waylon, Marty Robbins and Delbert McClinton.

BRIANA ADAMS is not exactly a rebel, but with her musical mashup of Waylon, Skynyrd, and Janis the

Joplin, you could be forgiven for thinking she is. In reality, Texas singer/songwriter Briana Adams is a sweet-

natured Southern crooner that really just wants to share her music with the world. Her songs are a honky tonk

acid trip of classic dancehall and 70’s outlaw country rolled into a tight-knit package, all headlined by a big

Texas voice and an unmistakable style that’s all her own. And if you catch a little twist of blues and rock’n’

roll in the vocal, that’s not by accident. Growing up in a small Texas town like Winchester, that’s the

way country music is done! But in her heart, Briana Adams writes songs because it’s her outlet, her way of

sharing herself with the world. That her music happens to have commercial appeal is secondary to her inner

need to write it in the first place! “I write music because it can be one of the most intimate forms of

communication. When I was a little girl, I told myself I was going to be a musician and write songs and I’ve

stuck with it. I do this because I LOVE IT!”That love got her started early! Briana started playing gigs at the

tender age of 13, and has done hundreds of shows since finishing high school a few years ago. She’s opened

for a lot of well-known Texas artists, such as Randy Rogers Band, Charlie Robison, Cory Morrow, Stoney

LaRue, Jason Boland, and The Bellamy Brothers. Briana also recorded an album back in high school, 2013’s

“Bring Me Home To You.” Her superlative voice, vintage style, and quiet confidence even in the face of

doubt will take her a long way. Stay tuned for a lot more from this rising Texas artist.

So be sure to be with us on Monday, May 21, 2018 for another great line of entertainment at a low price.