12 Tuesday / June 12, 2018

Bloommington Songwriter Showcase – Jamie Nichole, Paul Bertsch, Robby Lake

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

This Tuesday – June 12, The Bloomington Songwriter Showcase is pleased to present the original songs of the lovely and talented Jamie Nichole. Jamie has won awards for her beautiful vocals and songwriting. She’s driving down from the Martinsville IN area to share her music with us this evening. Also sharing the stage is Paul Bertsch who has come to out attention after performing at an Open Guest ‘Chair-a-Chair’ last summer. He is a wonderful Singer-Songwriter with some fairly complex music and very well written lyrics. Also on the program this evening is Mr. Robby Lake. We met Robbie at one of our Open Guest Chairs too! This fellow is a very good writer, and an above average (way above average) musician. His music is Contemporary – Alternative – Pop and is a lot of fun to listen to. We think you’ll enjoy this program of mostly Local talent and we look forward to hearing some new songs on our Open Guest ‘Share-a-Chair’. If you are a Songwriter who would enjoy performing a song – contact us at [email protected] or visit us at our website; www.facebook.com/BloomingtonSongwriters. Guest spots are limited to 5, so reserve yours today!

As always – The Bloomington Songwriter Showcase is FREE

Park for free behind Bears Place – 1316 E. 3rd St., Bloomington IN 47401 – Back Room


Cost: FREE!

For more information contact:

Stella Weakley
(812) 369-8141
[email protected]

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