The Palace Theatre introduces Kristie Agee and Big Potential to area live music fans in the second concert of the Rockin’ Blues series. “Kristie’s rich, earthy voice is a modern rendition, reminiscent of torch song singers of the '30s and '40s, with instrumentals that are just as full bodied and alluring!” says Michael Brown of WVOX radio.

Agee and her husband Roy teamed with Nashville producer Matt Wilder to produce their debut CD of ten blues-driven, uplifting tunes titled “Use What You Got.” The recording features performances by Nashville session veterans George Tidwell, Steve Brewster, Jerry Kimbrough, Gary Lunn and Grammy Award-winner Jeff Coffin of Bella Fleck and the Flecktones. Coffin said of the experience, “Kristie Agee is a powerhouse! With the help of her husband Roy, they have put their collective talents to work in what has turned out to be a wonderful recording. I am honored to be a part of it. Check out the great music!”

So come to the Palace Theatre, Crossville’s own beautiful, historic Main Street theater, to check out the great music and powerhouse performance of Kristie Agee and Big Potential! They will be performing on Sept. 7 at 8 p.m. central/9 p.m. eastern. Tickets are now available for pre-purchase at the Palace Theatre and are $10 for adults/$7.50 for children 12 and under. To see all of the upcoming events at the Palace, go to www.palacetheatre-crossville.com. To listen to the music of Kristie and Roy Agee and learn more about these talented artists, go to www.kristieagee.com.

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