Three stand-outs from the singer-songwriter world on tour together: Ryan Cabrera (platinum singles "On The Way Down", "True", "Shine On"), Teddy Geiger (platinum single "For You I Will", star of the film "The Rocker") & Tyler Hilton (star of CW's "One Tree Hill" & Oscar winning film "Walk the Line"). Performing their best loved songs, as well as new material, in an intimate, acoustic setting
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Spencer Simmons is a singer/songwriter born and raised in Greenville, SC. After graduating high school, Spencer took some time off and moved to Memphis, TN to take part in a year long inner city internship. It was in Memphis that she began taking steps towards a musical career. Spencer is a student at Clemson University in South Carolina and released her debut EP titled "Draw Me Closer" on March 30th, 2012. Spencer was produced by Grammy winning producer Noel Golden at Whitestone Studios in downtown Greenville, SC. She is spending the summer touring the U.S. and Canada.
Before Tyler Hilton wrote the songs that appear on his new album The Storms We Share he had never written anything but love songs. “It’s not that I was uninterested in things other than love, but it was love that made me want to write songs,” the 26-year-old singer, songwriter, and guitarist says. Which would have been fine except that Hilton had been working on a new album for three years and had already scrapped hundreds of songs that he didn’t consider good enough. Uninspired, he was having a hard time motivating himself to keep going.
Platinum selling recording artist Ryan Cabrera picked up the guitar at the age of 16 which sparked his passion for writing music After spending night after night in bars, clubs, and any restaurant that would take him, he landed his first record deal. By 21 he was in the studio with his mentor Johnny Rzeznik (goo goo dolls) writing and producing his first major label debut Take It All Away. Cabrera quickly hit the road touring and hasn't stopped since. Currently he is in the studio working on a new album.
After independently releasing his Stepladder EP at age 15 to unexpected chart recognition, Teddy Geiger released his acclaimed 2006 debut album "Underage Thinking" on Columbia records. The album entered The Billboard charts in the Top 10 (#8), winning “Best Album Of The Year” at the Annual Musiqtone Awards. Teddy was nominated for a Teen Choice Award for “Favorite Love Song,” and in February 2007, won MTV Australia’s Best New Artist VMA award, where the album went Gold.