Sat, Jun 26 | West Columbia

Andy Griggs & Jamie O'Neal

Come Join us Saturday June 26th and see Andy Griggs & Jamie O'Neal live!!!!!!!
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Andy Griggs & Jamie O'Neal

Time & Location

Jun 26, 8:00 PM – Jun 27, 12:00 AM
West Columbia, 100 Lee St, West Columbia, SC 29170, USA

About the Event

Doors open at 6pm and show will start at 8:30pm.

Advance tickets are $20

VIP - $50

Day of show - $28

Andy Griggs often says his influences in music are like a pot of gumbo. Growing up in Monroe, LA, he was raised on Jerry Lee Lewis, Jimmy Swaggert, Waylon, Bill Monroe, hardcore blues, and hardcore rock’n roll, sprinkled with a touch of jazz. He often says, “there is no defining a style of song. As long as there’s soul, it has a place in music.” Andy moved to Nashville in 1995 after a childhood life of major mountains and valleys. Music was such a huge inspiration in his young life that it helped him grieve. And he did plenty of that. His father, the praise and worship leader at their church, died from a brain tumor when Andy was 11 years old. His brother Mason, his only sibling took the baton of music and ran with it. Throughout their teenage years, Mason was Andy’s hero. Mason died at the early age of 21 from heart complications that he had had since birth. Andy grabbed that same baton and he quotes, “when I jumped into the pool of music, I jumped into the deep end and never came out.”

After several years of playing in the blue grass band, ‘Jerry and Tammy Sullivan’ Andy found himself a record deal with RCA and exploded with his first single “You Won’t Ever Be Lonely.” After two #1’s, five top 5’s and 4 other top 10’s, Andy came to a musical crossroad in his life…there was something missing. Feeling that his music was only reaching 99% of his capability of releasing his heart and soul, his life was not complete. “My childhood was a rollercoaster ride and so has been my profession as a singer. I’m at that point in my life, where I either want to make a difference with a song and a worn out guitar or I need to find something else to do. I’ve learned that you don’t come to this town and TRY to fit a certain mold. You don’t TRY to fit a certain style. You don’t TRY to sing your heart out. You either DO or you DON’T.” This awakening in Andy’s restless being caused him to start writing most of his songs and producing his own music. “Heck, I don’t know how to produce, I just know what I hear and feel. That’s what I want and that’s what I have to have.” As you listen, to the songs that come out of his voice now, you will realize that he is finally complete and one with his music. Ladies and gentleman, please make welcome to the stage the new, improved, and REAL Andy Griggs.

For more information about Andy check out his website at www.AndyGriggs.com or on Twitter @TheRealGriggs

Jamie O'Neal is an Australian Platinum-selling country singer and hit songwriter that became a household name in 2000 with her back-to-back # 1 singles, "There Is No Arizona" and "When I Think About Angels." With multiple hits that followed, including "Shiver," "Trying To Find Atlantis" and "Somebody's Hero," Jamie was on fire.

She earned numerous career accolades (including multiple Grammy nominations), won ACM and Billboard Awards and appeared on the national television shows Access Hollywood, Entertainment Tonight, The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, Late Night with David Letterman among many others.

While she has penned most of the songs for her own albums, Jamie has also written hits for such notable artists as Reba McEntire, Martina McBride, Leann Rimes, Cece Winans, Idina Menzel, among others. Jamie has toured with Reba McEntire, Keith Urban, and Kylie Minogue.

Her voice can be heard internationally in major motion pictures including Bridget Jones's Diary, on ABC's Desperate Housewives and in commercials.

Jamie O'Neal gained heightened industry respect when was chosen by producers as they searched country music for its most powerful vocalist to perform in place of Celine Dion in a major motion picture film. She was then once again selected to perform with Carrie Underwood when she won American Idol and needed the perfect duet partner to introduce her to the country music world. Jamie and Carrie's duet of "Does He Love You" made the list of CMT's 100 Greatest Duets.

Jamie O'Neal is currently out on her North American tour, bringing her soaring vocals, crowd pleasing hit songs, and unforgettable show direct to you.

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