Vision 2025 Live Music Team planning concert for January 25


The live music team of Seymour’s Vision 2025 Project plan to hold another in its series of singer-songwriter concerts at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 25 at Rails Craft Brew and Eatery in downtown Seymour.

This show will feature Nora Jane Struthers and her band, the Party Line.

Advance tickets are available at Rails, Jackson County Visitor Center, This Old Guitar, Brooklyn Pizza and Greemann’s Furniture. Cost is $10 in advance and $12 at the door.

Struthers’ recent CD, “Champion,” was chosen by “Rolling Stone” magazine for its list of “Twelve great country/Americana albums you probably didn’t hear in 2017,” saying the CD provides “a gentle mix of alt-country, soulful folk, alt-rock, and banjo-pop originals.”

The 13-song collection is the follow-up to Struther’s 2015 “Wake.” Struthers wrote and recorded the new album with her longtime road band, the Party Line.

This event and previous shows are part of the live music team’s effort to acquaint local fans with the “listening room” concept for concerts that will feature multiple artists and venues in a singer-songwriter festival here in April.

Members of the committee are Shawn Busby, Roland Freeman, Darnell Dukes, Arann Banks, Shane Busby, Joe Persinger, Becky Schepman, Shawn Malone and Larry McDonald.

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