Eddie Owen Presents: Scott Ivey, Grace Pettis and Tyler Jarvis
Live at Red Clay Music Foundry
Saturday, March 2nd at 8 pm
General Admission: $20 in advance ($25 day of show)
He started out playing youth groups with his high school band…
Scott became a worship pastor at Bayside Church in Roseville California, and after a few years of exciting ministry, ended up settling down in Texas.
After moving to Texas, Scott and Alison had their third child. When it came time to make some tough life decisions, they decided to trust God with the direction they felt Him leading.
Scott is now a full-time performer, award winning songwriter and producer with Scott Ivey Creative Productions based out of San Antonio Texas.
-Kerrville New Folk Songwriting Contest Winner, 2011
-NPR's Mountain Stage NewSong Songwriting Contest Winner and "Best Song" Winner, 2009
-Wildflower! Songwriting Contest Grand Prize Winner and "People's Choice" Winner, 2010
In her short career, Alabama songwriter Grace Pettis has amassed bragging rights to spare. She is the winner of many of the nation’s most prestigious songwriting contests, including Kerrville New Folk Contest and NPR's Mountain Stage NewSong Contest, where she also took “best song” honors. Last summer, she received a grant from the Buddy Holly Educational Foundation, enabling her to attend the Chris Difford Songwriting Retreat and to co-write new songs with award-winning, chart-topping songwriters.
Based out of Atlanta, by way of Cincinnati, Tyler is a singer-songwriter who brings a fresh and purposeful approach to pop music. Through unique and interesting compositions combined with honest and crafted lyrics, Tyler’s music is an emotional and captivating experience for any listener.
Tyler began his career in Cincinnati, OH where over the course of a year he released two singles, “Stay True” and “Way Out” while also playing in countless coffee shops and venues throughout Cincinnati. After spending a year and a half in Cincinnati, Tyler made his south to Atlanta, GA to continue his pursuit of a dream. Within just one year Tyler has already began making a name for himself within the Atlanta music scene playing at nearly every open mic in the city as well as playing at local venues.