Bonner Black with Kate Bowen, Palmer Lee and Quinn Loggins
The Listening Room Cafe
Thu, Nov 16 6:00 pm
Bonner Black: At 18 I started a band with my best friend Katie Mae Smith. We played rock and roll/ bluegrass music all across the southeast for 2 years. We opened for folks like The Band Perry, Charlie Daniels, Shooter Jennings, Big Smo, Mell Tillis, and The Bellamy Brothers. After an amazing run we decided to split in July of 2015 so we could nurture our individual creative interest. Currently, I am writing for an EP which I hope to release in the spring and planning for another tour in the summer. Kate Bowen: Kate Bowen is a singer-songwriter hailing from a small Appalachian town in South Carolina. Singing and performing as long as she can remember, she took an interest in songwriting as a young teenager, garnering the attention of the band NEEDTOBREATHE's bassist, fellow South Carolinian, Seth Bolt. After years writing and working with Bolt, the two received a movie placement of a version of the 80's hit "Holding Out for A Hero" in the 2011 film Footloose. The success of the film's soundtrack sparked a viral internet hit, momentum for a young Bowen (known at the time by stage-name Ella Mae Bowen), and the signing of her first major deal in Nashville. Palmer Lee: Palmer Lee is a songwriter from Rogers, Arkansas. In May 2015, she graduated from Belmont University where she studied commercial voice. During her time in college, Lee began her songwriting career as half of country/folk duo 3rd & Union with Chase Coy, who is now a writer at Tree Vibez Music. Quinn Loggins: Quinn Loggins is a second generation singer/songwriter. Son of Dave Loggins ("Please Come To Boston"), Quinn is set to make his mark as a force to be reckoned with in the music world. Quinn has had songs recorded by acts such as Kingbilly, Jake Nickolai, Little Texas, Lucy Diamond, Kal Hourd, Adam Brand, and Katie Armiger. He has written songs for the movie "Chances: The women of Magdalene" movie, and The Empty Bowls Project to help feed the hungry.