Fresh off her televised performance on the Academy of Country Music Awards, Sara Evans will return to Las Vegas for a concert at the Eastside Cannery Friday, June 29, 2012 at 8:30 p.m.
Evans began singing as a child with her family’s band in New Franklin, Missouri. The experience clearly left an impression. With those early experiences firmly implanted, she would begin recording her own albums by the late 1990s. With each new release, there was a song that quickly connected with country fans, including her hits “Suds In The Bucket,” “Born To Fly,” “I Keep Looking” and “No Place That Far.”
In 2006, Evans was honored by the Academy of Country Music as the Top Female Vocalist and she would also receive the Country Music Association’s Video of the Year prize for “Born to Fly.” On the career front, it was all looking up for the bright country star.
Evans took a self-imposed hiatus from her singing career and concentrated on raising her three children. For about six years she took time away from the spotlight, got married, and moved to Birmingham, Alabama.
By 2011, her fans were more than ready. Her album Stronger went to number one on Billboard’s Country chart, fueled by the song “A Little Bit Stronger.”
Evans has also expanded how she interacts with her fans. She is now an author and has signed a three-book deal, two of which are already published– The Sweet By and By and Softly and Tenderly.
Tickets are $59.95 Gold, $49.95 Prime, $39.95 Reserved and $29.95 Select, not including tax and fees. Tickets can be purchased 24 hours a day at www.eastsidecannery.com or by calling (702) 856-5470.
Eastside Cannery is located at 5255 Boulder Highway (Boulder near Tropicana) Las Vegas, Nevada 89122.