Concert In The Park Thomas Fountain

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Dunwoody Nature Center says
The Nature Center is excited to be bringing back our popular concerts in the park series brought to you by the City of Dunwoody featuring an all new line up of up and coming bands that will keep the meadow jamming. Join us for our final concert of the season starting at 7:00 and bring your chair, blanket, and picnic dinner and cool off with a rotating selection of craft beers hand picked for the night by Moondog Growlers. Seating is available on a first come, first served basis as you join us for a night of rockin' tunes in the shade of our beautiful meadow or on the back porch of our new deck. As always, our concerts are FREE to our members, $5 for non-member adults, $3 for students, and free for children 3 and under

2014 GEORGIA COUNTRY MALE ARTIST OF THE YEAR
2014 GEORGIA COUNTRY OVERALL ARTIST OF THE YEAR
2015 JEZEBEL MAGAZING MOST ELIGIBLE
Thomas Fountain, born and raised in the mountains of North Georgia, has been entertaining audiences for several years but decided in 2013 to take a different direction with his music. It paid off as he won 2014 Georgia Country Male Artist of the Year and 2014 Georgia Overall Artist of the Year. Influenced by writers such as Chris Stapleton, Sturgill Simpson and Mo Pitney, Thomas chose to go against the grain to create lyrics that are honest and relatable. The music he is creating is country to the core and his soulful delivery with a vintage feel puts you in his story reflected in every song he writes. His most recent EP and his new direction for his songwriting skills have quickly garnered the attention of many in the industry, allowing him the opportunity to open for such acts as Chris Stapleton, Trace Adkins, and Joe Diffe. Thomas' goal is growing his fan base nationwide and interacting with as many of his fans as possible. He is already a local favorite and can't wait to take his music across the country to the people who support his music, his story and his journey through the music he loves. Thomas is heading to the studio this winter to release his second EP insuring his fans of real, raw, rootsy country music.
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