BRYAN, OH The Fountain City Amphitheater is excited to announce that our free Girl Named Tom concert has been rescheduled!
The rescheduled concert will occur on Saturday, August 19th, 2023, beginning at 8:00PM, presented by Altenloh, Brinck and Company, Bard Manufacturing Co., and Spangler Candy Company.
More details of this concert will be announced later this year.
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Fountain City Amphitheater explained, “We are positively excited that we can finally announce that we have successfully rescheduled this concert for our community and would like to thank everyone involved behind the scenes who were helpful and supportive to get this finalized.” He also stated, “This concert would also not be possible without our patient presenting sponsors: Altenloh, Brinck and Company, Bard Manufacturing Co. and Spangler Candy Company.”
Small-town sibling trio Girl Named Tom seeks to create harmony in a world divided. With their distinctive harmonies and heartfelt performances, Bekah, Joshua, and Caleb Liechty won the hearts of America while becoming the only group to ever win NBC’s “The Voice.”
In addition to their chart-topping covers (“River,” “The Chain,” & “Dust in the Wind” among others), GNT writes original music that will almost certainly project them to becoming the best-known harmony trio of their generation.
With their debut EP, “Another World,” Girl Named Tom sweeps the listener into reflective space, exploring fond memories, global issues, and intimate conversations.
Audiences have been “…blown away by the musicality and harmonies, creativity, honesty, beauty. This sibling trio is stardust.”
Crazy World exhibits “crystal clear lead vocals, driving (and unique) percussion, and after 3 minutes build up an amazing section of their 3 voices intermeshing together.”
Based in the Midwest, Girl Named Tom performed all over the country during the band’s first year before the pandemic struck. Now, after winning The Voice, they cannot wait to hit the road and visit new fans!
In 2009, community members in collaboration with the Bryan Area Foundation, established Project 2020 with the intent to make small contributions over a period of years to fund a major project that would positively impact citizens for years to come.
The Fountain City Amphitheater is evidence of how small things can be made large with patience and collaboration.
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