Hayley Orrantia "Let the Girls Play" Tour POSTPONED
"Let the Girls Play" Tour - Hayley Orrantia w/ Madison Kozak and Renee Blair
General Admission - $27 (plus fees)
Gold Section - $32 (plus fees)
Standing Room Only (no seat) - $22 (plus fees)
all tickets increase $5 on Day of Show (if available, plus fees)
HAYLEY ORRANTIAWe are each complex and unique with many talents. I believe it’s up to each of us to use these gifts to raise people up, to bring them together and to make them feel something.
I’m a Texas girl at heart. I was born and lived most of my life in Texas. Big open sky and big personalities shaped my view of what’s possible. I wouldn’t trade anything for the experience of growing up in a small town.
I’m a singer. Like many people, I started out singing in school choirs and in church. At age 13, I knew I wanted to pursue a career in music. Yes, I stood in front of my mirror with a hairbrush, belting it out to music from the greats. Whitney, Celine, Faith, Martina, Jojo, and even Brian McKnight. All influenced my style and, along with the wide variety of performers and genres I listen to today, continue to inspire me.
I’m a songwriter. I want to create music that moves people. While both melody and lyrics are part of the magic, it’s the lyrics that move me when connecting with a song. I strive to write songs that are true to my life, and to my experiences, which all types of people can relate to.
I’m an actress. I am so blessed to have the chance to play pretend each week on The Goldbergs. My favorite thing to hear from people are that they love to watch the show together as a family. I grew up watching TV comedies with my family and it’s so great to be a part of memories for other families.
Though a new face on the country music scene, Missouri-raised singer Renee Blair is a veteran at her craft. Growingup, she split time between living the city life and on her father’s farm in mid-Missouri, where he was raising Watusicattle. Her songwriting and melodies reflect the wide variety of music that shaped her upbringing; everything fromDixie Chicks and Gretchen Wilson to Nelly and Justin Timberlake. Currently based in Nashville, Blair’s beenwriting songs since the age of 15 - and with a unique vulnerability and storytelling quality, her songs relate to justabout anyone that listens. Her recent releases, produced by GRAMMY Award-winning producer and songwriterShane McAnally and CMA Award-nominated Jordan Schmidt, include singles “Summadat” and “Wearin’ It Well,”as well as EP âThe Ones To Slow Dance Toâ, which released March 6. In November, Blair was named part of CMT’sprestigious Next Women of Country class.