The Bluefield Arts and Revitalization Corporation is pleased to present country music artist, Makenzie Phipps at the Bluefield Arts Center on Friday, April 22 from 7-9 PM. Tickets are available at bluefieldartscenter.com.
“Makenzie’s unique voice and classic production are keeping the neotraditional country movement alive.” – Buddy Iahn, The Music Universe
A small-town girl raised in beautiful Bluefield Virginia, Miss Makenzie LaRhea Phipps has been making her way around the music scene for quite some time now. Growing up as a child, Makenzie began performing at a young age, from singing the National Anthem at local sporting events to now paving her own way in country music.
Makenzie has just released her debut country single “Maybe” and has been featured on Country Rebel and The Country Network.
From playing fairs, festivals, and honky tonks, Makenzie is spreading her love of music in a whole new way. Strong vibrant vocals mix with her distinct unique voice, to weave a recipe for her own style of music. She hopes to open up doors with her unique southern style that adds a flare of soul to her sound. Makenzie has just released her debut country single “Maybe” and has now been featured on Country Rebel and The Country Network.
“Makenzie’s voice is gentle — yet confident — providing the big notes at just the right time”. – Neil Wieland, KAIR-FM
Admission to this show is $15. The Bluefield Arts Center is located at 500 Bland Street in downtown Bluefield, WV (Mercer County). Order your tix now at bluefieldartscenter.com.
For more information, contact: Nicole Thompson, House Mgr & Programming Dir. Bluefield Arts and Revitalization Corporation. 612-240-6878, firstname.lastname@example.org
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