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“Wine Country” Concert: Brandon Ratcliff & Teddy Robb
October 3, 2019 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Selected Seating (First Three Rows): $30
Open Seating (First Come, First Served Throughout All Sections): $20
Doors open at 6pm
Show starts at 7pm
Don’t forget your appetites – Chef Todd Fisher and his culinary team will be there cooking up some delicious country cuisine available for purchase. Wine, beer & soda will be available at one of our bars.
This is an age 21+ event. Proper ID may be required.
Brandon Ratcliff is a 24 year old singer-songwriter and artist from Cotton Valley, Louisiana. Son of Suzanne Cox of the legendary Cox Family, he was surrounded by music and began to hone his craft from a very young age. His talents quickly attracted the music business machine in Nashville, but at the age of 20, he decided to turn down a publishing deal to work on his craft…. he would not take the quick and easy route. In the process of finding great co-writing partners, he befriended Pete Good (producer and co-writer) and AJ Babcock (co-writer) who would go on to become his closest friends outside of the studio. Together, they honed Ratcliff’s musical talent drawing from country, R&B, and classic rock to Ratcliff’s personal inspirations such as Stevie Wonder and John Mayer. Eventually, Grammy-award winning producer Shane McAnally teamed up with them and the result is a bold, fresh look at the seasons of relationships delivered by an artist with a clear point of view and a distinctive sound. Check out his debut track “Rules Of Breaking Up”.
A native of Akron, Ohio, Teddy Robb grew up loving the outdoors. During college at Kent State, he fished, hiked, and played football, but it was also during this time when Teddy heard George Strait’s iconic song, “Troubadour,” and his passion immediately changed to music. That was it, the decision was made. Teddy called his parents to tell them of the new plans, packed his bags and hit the road. Teddy spent time in Vail, Colorado, playing music to support his snowboarding habit before making the final move to Nashville. His debut track, “Lead Me On,” co-written by Ryan Beaver, Matt McGinn, and Aaron Eshuis has over 6 million streams to date and is continuing to grow.