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Nashville band to play at Wind Creek

Nashville Billboard Charting Artist and Country Music Association’s 2017 Emerging Artist, The Springs and their Nashville band, are coming back to Atmore, according to a press release.

The band will be performing two shows at Wind Creek’s Sound Lounge next Fri., March 2, and Sat., March 3, from 10 p.m. until 1 a.m. each night.

Both, of Alabama, now touring out of Nashville, met while performing at the World-Famous Bluebird Café in Nashville, Tenn.

Male singer Stewart Halcomb won a Paramount Star Search singing competition when he was 16, but by 18, had already charted three singles on the main Music Row Country Chart.

Holly, the other half of the duo, who is now his wife, had made it to the third round of the preliminaries of NBC’s The Voice TV show.

The Springs’ performances are a cross between Jason Aldean to Carrie Underwood to Journey, with some pop and old-time rock and roll.

The duo and their Nashville band has been blessed to perform their high energy shows with major acts Hunter Hayes, Eric Church, Florida-Georgia Line, Jake Owen, Alan Jackson, Toby Keith, Reba, and many other top country artists.

The Springs latest CD, Dance With Me, made its Billboard County Chart debut at No. 42, a rarity for a band without a band label, according to the release.

Many in the music industry are saying The Springs are truly the Next Big Thing in Country Music.

For more info, go to http://www.thespringsband.com.