Jeremy Lister + Andy Davis + Red Cross = Amazing Night

Nashville residents Andy Davis and Jeremy Lister will be performing for one night only in a special benefit concert to raise money for the Northeast Wisconsin Chapter of the American Red Cross.

Louisiana-born Andy Davis will bring more of his unforgettable hooks and dynamic stage presence to fans new and old when he returns to the Meyer. His musical influences range from David Wilcox to Stevie Wonder and Radiohead to Rufus Wainwright. Davis’ first album, Thinks of Her, sold out on college campuses when it released in 2004. His songs have been heard on Grey’s Anatomy, Jersey Shore, One Tree Hill, and Davis himself appeared on Drop Dead Diva, acting and performing the song “Unchained Melody.” He has worked with legendary producer Mitchell Froom to produce the albums Let the Woman and Heartbreak Yellow. His latest, Help! is the product of a wildly successful Kickstarter campaign, a true testament to the devotion of his fans. Davis is a prominent member of Ten Out of Tenn, a critically acclaimed collective of Nashville singer/songwriters.

Jeremy Lister appeared as part of the group Street Corner Symphony which won second place on the popular television show, The Sing-Off. Lister is perhapsbest known for his song “Set Us Free,” which was used as the theme song for season two of the MTV docu-drama World of Jenks.

We are also excited to have Naomi Khang added to this amazing line up. Naomi  is the second place winner of this year’s Talent Jam, where she performed “Heartbeat” by Johnny Swim. Talent Jam is a local talent competition for high school and college students. This year, eleven acts competed on stage at the Meyer Theatre on November 2, 2013. Naomi represented West De Pere High School.

Click HERE to purchase your tickets. Tickets are $20. All ticket proceeds benefit the American Red Cross on behalf of James Rivett who will be Dancing With Our Stars 2014.

Click HERE for full event details.

Meyer Concert

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