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An Evening with Pierce Pettis

Free Community Concert

“Pierce Pettis doesn’t write mere songs, he writes literature…” Sing Out

Pierce Pettis began his long career as a writer/artist at the legendary Muscle Shoals Sound Studios in Alabama and later as a staff songwriter for Polygram/Universal Music in Nashville.  His songs have been covered by artists ranging from Garth Brooks and Dion to Joan Baez and Art Garfunkel.  Pettis' fifth album for Compass Records (Nashville), "That Kind of Love" (2009), received rave reviews from XM/Sirius Satellite Radio, Paste Magazine, Performing Songwriter, American Songwriter, The (London, UK) Sunday Express, Image Quarterly . . . to name a few.  More recently, “New Agrarians” —a co-effort with Kate Campbell and Tom Kimmel was released in November of 2014.  “Father’s Son”,  Pettis’ new solo project for Compass Records Group will be released in 2018.

We are excited to bring Pierce to Centenary for a free concert on Saturday, August 25th. He will also be joining us on 26that the Community Breakfast and in 11:00 AM worship.

Learn more about Pierce and his music at Spread the word!

Earlier Event: August 19
An Introduction to Korean Cuisine
Later Event: August 26
A Musical & Theological Conversation