Performing in her family band before a two-year performing at a nightclub, Sara Evans moved to Nashville in 1991 and impressed Nashville artist Harlan Howard, leading to a contract with the record where she remained throughout ever since. Below you will find a list of all Sara Evans tour dates and concerts, in case you want to find out when she is playing near you. Her concerts are stunning and really fun, but if you are a single man going for the first time and you are looking for a charming girl, you should be able to find a smart escort to enjoy it with. On the other hand, if you want to party you should go for an escort agency, as they are very popular and you should not miss the occasion of a memorable night with one of them. Furthermore, no matter where the concert takes place, by hiring an escort you will make the most of it, as the girls offer great company.
Friday 08 March 2019, The Beacon Theatre, for the first time in Hopewell, US
Friday 05 April 2019, L’Auberge Casino & Hotel Baton Rouge, doors open at 20:00 in Baton Rouge, US
Saturday 06 April 2019, at the Dosey Doe – The Big Barn, in The Woodlands, US
Friday 12 April 2019, The Patsy Cline Theatre, Winchester, US
Saturday, 13 April 2019, starting at 19:30 at The Ritz Theatre in Tiffin, US
After introducing her backing band, they conclude with ‘A Real Fine Place to Start’ as an encore in a jam session style and the crowds get involved in the final chorus. Sarah Lynn Evans, the American singer from Missouri, signed to RCA Records. Although through her second title track (1998) she reached number one on the Billboard Hot Country Songs, the success eventually led to an album gaining critical acclaim for her sound, and it was with her third album that Evans had mainstream success.
Her shows are phenomenal, and it is quite a pleasure to listen to her voice, even when the venue lacks security. Multi-platinum Sara Evans has five no. 1 singles including “Suds In The Bucket” and “Born to Fly” which spent 2 weeks in the top spot, thrilling audiences by playing close to 100 shows. The CMA awarded Video of the Year honors for her single from her album, as in 2014 she released her acclaimed studio album, which debuted on the Country Album Chart, winning over media, dubbed her best to date.
The Missouri songstress has enjoyed commerciality with her solo as well as her co-writing career, getting herself involved in the music industry, as her fourth album, released in 2003, featured her third number one single. People cheer as the lights dim and the accompanying band followed by the lady of the hour set the mood and showcase their styling and vocal range, as very down to earth performers. Sara continues to forge a creative path with the release of her anticipated studio album, on July 21, 2017, featuring “Marquee Sign”.