20 Tuesday / March 20, 2018

Bloomington Songwriter Showcase with Steev Wisher, Jamie Nichole, and Jon Knot

08:00 pm to 10:00 pm
Bears Place - 1316 East 3rd St., Bloomington IN 47401

Steev Wisher is one of the staff members who produces and hosts the Bloomington Songwriter Showcase every Tuesday evening (except the last Tuesday of each month). He is also a talented singer/songwriter, often writing songs that are mostly instrumental, and using one of his twelve string acoustic-electric guitars. Wisher is also the frontman for a popular Bloomington-based classic rock band, ‘The Double-E Band’.

Tonight he’s one of the three feature writers alongside the lovely Jamie Nichole, who is visiting us from her home base of Martinsville, IN. Jamie has won her share of vocal competitions and is a terrific songwriter as well. When not singing her way into the hearts of her audience, Jamie is a golf pro and instructor! Talk about a diversely talented young lady!

Joining Steev and Jamie this evening is a young man who came to our attention last fall when he showed up and performed an original tune on our weekly Open Guest ‘Share-a-Chair’, Jon Knot. Jon and his brother are known as ‘The Knot Brothers’ up in the Indianapolis area where their pop/rock/Americana sound is getting some attention. Tonight, Jon will make his debut as a feature writer here in Bloomington, and we look forward to the energy this young man brings to the party!

To sign up to perform one of YOUR original songs on our ‘Share-a-Chair’, contact [email protected]

As always – the Bloomington Songwriter Showcase is a free, 21+ event in the Bears Place back room at 1316 E 3rd St., Bloomington IN 47401.

Cost: FREE!

For more information contact:

Stella Weakley
(812) 323-2323
[email protected]

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