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Mill Town Music Hall's 'Ship Has Come In' with Clint Black Appearance

Legendary Country Music performer takes stage on Sept. 20, for an intimate acoustic evening of music


Bremen, GA. - Mill Town Music Hall is excited to announce that country music superstar Clint Black will be performing with his acoustic band on its stage on Friday, Sept. 20 at 7:30 p.m. Black is a prolific singer-songwriter who has long been heralded as one of Country music's brightest stars. To date, Black has written, recorded and released more than a 100 songs, a benchmark in any artist's career. Mill Town Music Hall focuses on wholesome, family-friendly music and events and is located conveniently off I-20 in Bremen (1031 Alabama Avenue).

R. K. Redding Construction (RKR) of Bremen, a full service, multi-disciplinary construction management and general construction contracting firm, is the premiere sponsor for the Clint Black concert. RKR commissioned West Georgia's own Steve Penley to paint a portrait of Black that will be presented to the performer at Mill Town Music Hall. In addition, Penley will perform the Star Spangled Banner on stage prior to the concert.

With more than 20 million albums sold, Black has also won almost every award, including Country Music Association's Male Vocalist of the Year and the Academy of Country Music Best Male Vocalist. Not only is Clint an accomplished and gifted vocalist, he has memorably flexed his acting chops with roles in numerous films and TV shows. Some of his #1 hits include Loving Blind, Where Are You Now, When My Ship Comes In, A Good Run of Bad Luck, Summer's Comin', the Shoes You're Wearing, and When I Said I Do, the duet he sang with his wife, Lisa Hartman Black.

Mallary Hope, who was born in Dalton, Ga., will open the concert for Black. Hope has charted on the Hot Country Songs charts with "Love Lives On" and "Blossom in the Dust."

Remaining tickets for the Clint Black concert are the $40 for "reserved" in advance. Fans are encouraged to purchase tickets at the Mill Town Music Hall box office or on its website at www.MillTownMusicHall.com, as well as through Ticket Alternative at 1-877-725-8849. For additional information, please call the Mill Town Music Hall box office at 770-537-6455.

Upcoming events include: John Michael Montgomery on Oct. 19, The Nelons and The Diplomats on Nov. 2, John Berry's Christmas Show on Dec. 6 and Ronnie Milsap on Dec. 13. For more information about Mill Town Music Hall or for an upcoming calender of events, please visit us at www.MillTownMusicHall.com, follow us on Twitter @Mill_Town_Music or on Facebook.

Mill Town Music Hall con comfortably seat more than 1,000 people and boasts a state-of-the-art audio and visual system. The venue hosts numerous Southern Gospel, Contemporary Christian, Bluegrass and Country concerts, along with other family-friendly events. The facility can also be rented for corporate events and private receptions.

About Mill Town Music Hall

Mill Town Music Hall is committed to providing West Georgia with a quality, wholesome entertainment venue and opened on February 2, 2012. It is the largest facility of its kind of West Georgia and comfortably seats 1,000 people. Boasting a state-of-the-art audio and visual system, the venue hosts numerous Country, Contemporary Christian, Southern Gospel and Bluegrass concerts, along with other family-friendly events. The facility can also be rented for meetings and conventions, weddings and private receptions. Please visit www.MillTownMusicHall.com for the most up to date calendar of events.

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