Paul Aldrich & Friends is a one-of-a-kind variety show being hosted by comedian/musician Paul Aldrich at 7:30 p.m. on Aug. 24 at Generations Church in Franklin, Tennessee.
The show, produced at the church, 408 Church St. Franklin, TN 37064, features Christian musicians and comedians in an intimate, interactive, and often improvisational setting.
Past guests include singer/songwriter Russ Taff, guitarist extraordinaire Phil Keaggy, and Saturday Night Live alum Victoria Jackson.
This edition of the show features singer/songwriters Bruce Carroll, Karyn Williams and Brian White, plus comedian Kristin Weber.
General admission adult tickets are $20, children are $10, and the price for groups of 10 or more is $15 per adult. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE.
About Bruce Carroll. Bruce Carroll is a multi Grammy and multi Dove award winning singer/songwriter, recording artist, author, speaker, worship leader and mentor. His song
Sometimes Miracles Hide spawned an Angel Award winning book of the same name. His song Hands Of Hope was nominated for an Emmy. Over his career Bruce has released 10 solo albums and has a new album set for release the spring/summer of 2018.
He’s written theme songs for Compassion International and From His Heart Ministries, and was twice nominated for Songwriter of the Year by The Gospel Music Association. Bruce has also been inducted into the Christian Music Hall Of Fame.
About Brian White. Brian White’s prolific recording career began in 1994 with the release of his self-titled certified-Platinum debut followed by back-to-back platinum selling albums Between Now and Forever (1996) and The Right Place (1997). He released six No. 1 singles – “So Much for Pretending,” “Sittin’ on Go,” “I’m Not Supposed to Love You Anymore,” “Rebecca Lynn,” “Someone Else’s Star” and “From This Moment On,” which he recorded with Shania Twain – along with eight more Top 40 singles.
His songwriting credits include cuts with Wynonna, LeAnn Rimes and Joe Diffie, while Sawyer Brown (“I Don’t Believe in Goodbye”) and Diamond Rio (“Imagine That”) both reached No. 3 on the charts with songs penned by White.
About Kristin Weber. “Kristin’s excellent. She’s got the goods.” Tim Hawkins (Rockshow Comedy Tour, Push, Pull, Point, Pow)
“Kristin is funny. Really funny. She’s a rare find.” Kerri Pomarolli (The Tonight Show, Comedy Central)
“Hysterical.” Ron McGhee (Last Comic Standing, Comedy Central)
“I’ve seen Kristin speak to large groups of teens, and she has never failed to capture their attention, maintain it, motivate them toward change, and leave them wanting more of her. She’s a natural. Kristin is articulate, fast-paced, organized with her thoughts, and polished in her delivery. I’d recommend her for groups of any age, She’s definitely a professional.” Susie Shellenberger, author and speaker (53 books and 40 weeks/weekends a year speaking)
About Paul Aldrich. Paul Aldrich is a comedian, songwriter, and inspirational speaker.