Best of the Best brings literal blast to stage
Many who attended the Best of the Best Showcase Saturday night at the Curb Event Center could easily say they had a blast. Literally.
Fire blades and a performance by rocker Kim Logan – and her bold outfit – opened a night to remember for a full house at the Curb Event Center. Logan’s music video “Black Magic Boy” hit 3000 views on Youtube this month.
Williams & Co. brought country roots on stage while performing songs from their self-titled album, available for purchase on iTunes and streaming on Spotify.
Christian group Judah & The Lion premiered their newest song Sweet Tennessee and provided the audience with a pre-release of their same title EP due out April 16. In addition to their performance, shirtless baseball players painted with lion figures and A-K-E-R-S on their backs cheered through Judah’s entire set, encouraging more fans to join them in the front row.
Rayvon Owen wrapped up the night for a cheerful audience with a cover mash up of Justin Timberlake’s hot single “Suit and Tie” and old school “My Love” – dance moves and pyro included.
Between the four sets, ASCAP Writers’ Night winners and Belmont alumnus Steve Moakler performed their own songs – some of them even written at Belmont. Moakler started his set with “All the Faint Lights”, a song he wrote in the music building while attending Belmont.
Kelsea Riddick and Kelsey Emma brought their own acoustic vibe on stage for the first performance while Natalie Royal and Matt Enik told stories about love and chemistry teachers.