CONWAY — County music singer and songwriter Sara Evans will headline the 20th season of Reynolds Performance Hall, located on the campus of the University of Central Arkansas in Conway, with a concert at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 20. The intimate evening will consist of a performance by Evans, along with two additional musicians and a background vocalist.
Evans has had five No. 1 singles, including “Suds in the Bucket,” “A Real Fine Place to Start,” “No Place That Far” and “A Little Bit Stronger,” the title track of her 2011 album “Stronger.” She has sold millions of records, won the Academy of Country Music’s Top Female Vocalist Award and claimed a Country Music Association trophy for her signature song, “Born To Fly.” Evans also played herself on the popular dramatic series, “Nashville,” and competed on ABC’s long-running hit, “Dancing with the Stars.”
With the release of her eighth studio album, “Words,” she demonstrates that she’s still willing to leap into the unknown, taking greater control of her career and calling the shots. “Words” is the first project on Evans’ label, Born To Fly Records, named after that CMA-winning signature song, which celebrated risk and adventure. Much is familiar about “Words.” Evans’ voice is warm and strong, the songs are authentic and memorable, and the actual words themselves resonate with the realities of everyday life.
“Sara Evans is a great way to kick off our 20th season,” said Director of Reynolds Performance Hall Amanda Horton. “She is a soulful singer with a powerful voice that is sure to amaze our audience.”
Tickets range from $30 to $40 for adults and $10 for children. Tickets may be purchased online at uca.edu/Reynolds, at the Reynolds Box Office Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., or by calling UCA Ticket Central at (501) 450-3265 or toll-free at (866) 810-0012.
The UCA College of Fine Arts and Communication includes the Departments of Art, Music, Film, Theatre and Creative Writing, as well as the School of Communication. The college’s primary mission is the preparation of the next generation of artists, educators and communicators. For more information about CFAC, visit uca.edu/cfac or call (501) 450-3293.