Evervigilant: Rhea County’s prodigal sons return to release their new album – The Rise.
Despite living the dream in Music City, the powerhouse trio have never forgotten their roots. Chadwick and Brad Hays joined by Nate “Nastinate” Harrison show love to their hometown by releasing their new album – The Rise, at Pat’s Bar this Saturday night at 9pm in Spring City, TN.
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“We’re absolutely thrilled to release the CD,” says Evervigilant’s Brad Hays. “It’s something that we’ve been working on for a long time now over the that last year or so. It’s something we did entirely by ourselves – Chad Hays, Brad Hays, and Nate Harrison.”
The band credits their loyal fans in Rhea County for supporting them over the years.
“It is special to release the album in Spring City,” says Brad Hays. “Because it’s our core crowd.”
Hays is also excited about having Ten Mile, another Rhea County band, open up for them. Ten Mile is riding high themselves, coming off a huge performance at Riverbend.
Not only will you have an opportunity to get their new album, The Rise, hot off the press, but you will also help the Rhea County Rescue Squad as they will receive a portion of the proceeds.
Get your Evervigilant tickets now. It’s likely the event will reach maximum capacity at Pat’s Bar and maybe even the Town of Spring City.
Tickets are on sale now at Chattin’s Market, Pat’s Bar and Lee Ann’s Fruit Market in Spring City for $10 in advance and $20 at the door.