Dr. Phillips Center Frontyard Festival presented by AdventHealth is bigger and better than ever with more mesmerizing concerts, twice as many boxes, and the freshest food.
The festival started this summer and has been extended through mid-December 2021. Here is the lineup of concerts coming this November at the Frontyard Festival.
Did you know Air Supply’s singers, Russell Hitchcock and Graham Russell, bonded over a love for The Beatles and singing, hustled their way into the music industry, and then matched The Beatles with the same amount of consecutive top-five singles?
Tenors Russel and Hitchcock met in 1975 during rehearsals for Jesus Christ Superstar playing in Sydney, Australia. The two hit it off and would play at pizza parlors, coffee bars, and nightclubs with one guitar and two majestic voices after nightly performances on the theater stage. Their great voices and original songs, which Graham wrote, grew their popularity. The two made a two-song demo – “Love and Other Bruises” and “If You Knew Me.” They took it to every record company they could find.
Everyone turned it down except one, CBS Records.
In the same year, they opened for Rod Stewart in Australia, the U.S., and Canada. They gained new fans, but they still struggled to break the U.S. market. In Australia, the duo’s new record Life Support with “Lost in Love” made it to Top 10 in Australia and made its way to Clive David in New York, a big-time music industry executive of the day. He ended up signing Air Supply to Arista Records in 1980. “Lost in Love” became a fast-selling single around the world and topped all the charts. Their second single “All Out of Love” went up the charts even faster. Over time, Air Supply made seven top-five singles – equaling The Beatles with consecutive top five singles.
Experience the music of Air Supply on Friday, November 12, 2021, at 8 p.m.
Mary Chapin Carpenter, Marc Cohn, Shawn Colvin: Together in Concert
Listen to the Grammy-award winning musicians Mary Chapin Carpenter, Marc Cohn, and Shawn Colvin on Saturday, Nov. 13, at 7:30 p.m. as they grace the stage for a night of storytelling and songs.
Mary Chapin Carpenter’s hits “Passionate Kisses” and “He Thinks He’ll Keep Her” resulted in Carpenter winning five Grammy Awards, two CMA awards, and two Academy of Country Music awards. Mary is one of the fifteen female members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame. Over the course of her career, she has sold over 15 million records. Marc Cohn earned his Grammy win for “Walking in Memphis,” which set him as one of this generation’s most captivating songwriters who can combine the skills of a tunesmith with soul. His ballads are full of blues, gospel, and blues that draw out stories to awaken human feelings such as love, hope, faith, joy, and heartbreak. Shawn Colvin’s debut album Steady On won her first Grammy award for Best Contemporary Folk Album. She has been a pillar in the contemporary folk genre and even released thirteen glorious albums that manifested her as one of America’s most respected live performers. Her songs create a cleanse for audiences.
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