Friday April 29th, 7:00pm at The Franklin Mercantile (http://www.franklinmercantile.com) 4th Avenue North—Franklin, TN.
Join us and bring a friend to The Franklin Mercantile as Scott performs some old favorites as well as a few new ones (there is no cover charge and seating is free).
Spanning 35 years—Scott Roley’s artistic gifting has shown up in music, writing and teaching. Authoring well over 400 songs, five books and recording eleven albums. Roley’s life-long love for the creative process developed into an integral part of his ministry throughout the years. Being one well-acquainted with the trappings and pressures of the entertainment business, Roley helps rally behind artists, encouraging and equipping them. Additionally, he has authored several books that trace his personal call to racial reconciliation and community renewal. For more information, http://www.scottroley.com/
John Catchings is a highly regarded and in-demand session cellist and concert performer. He graduated from the Peabody Conservatory of Music in Baltimore, Maryland in 1969. He worked closely with many contemporary composers such as Alberto Ginestara, Frank Martin, Zoltan Kodaly, Ernst Krenek, Sergio Cervetti, and others, as a performer. His major cello instructors were Paul Olefsky, Lawrence Lesser, and Stephen Kates. John chose to go into the commercial music field in the early 80's, attracted by the diversity of the work and the science of the recording arts. In the early 90's, John established Chapter & Verse Media Inc, a recording services company, a recording and visual arts facility shared with Sue, his wife, who is a mixed media artist. http://www.discogs.com/artist/John+Catchings