Multi-talented powerhouse country artist, Crystal Day will perform for the attendees of Sumner County’s Newcomers & Community Club’s annual spring fashion show in Hendersonville, TN. The ‘Jeans and Jewels’ luncheon will feature an opening performance from Crystal followed by new spring fashions fresh from the local Chico’s. All funds raised will benefit the Highpoint Hospice of Sumner County and its surrounding areas.
Date: Thursday, March 8, 2018
Location: Bluegrass Yacht & Country Club (550 Johnny Cash Pkwy/Hendersonville, TN)
Tickets: Tickets are $35 online and $40 at the door.
For pre-purchasing tickets, call or text 615-483-8203 or visit the website: www.NewcomersSumner.org
Crystal is thrilled to combine three of her favorite things — music, fashion and giving back — into one fun-filled afternoon. “I’m all about fashion so there was no hesitation when I was asked to be a part of this event,” says Crystal. “I’m always so happy to be involved in any type of fundraising for a good cause and it’s even better when it’s my own surrounding community benefiting!”
Recently, Crystal wrapped up a hectic Country Radio Seminar in Nashville where she participated in many media interviews promoting her upcoming new music and current single, Karma Like Flowers. The song, available on all digital retailers, proved to be a hit, especially with female listeners. Despite her powerful vocals and remarkable songwriting ability, she is also an accomplished actress and children’s author. Having always turned to writing during tough times, this tunesmith was inspired to write her first children’s book, Mason The Bull after a tragic family event. The book has since developed into a series. She continuously visits libraries and schools around the country, reading the story and doing signings at various book stores along the way.
About Crystal Day: Many people won’t accomplish what this effervescent gal has in a lifetime; let alone the few short years that she has been active in the business. From an early age, she was in front of thousands whether it be performing in a musical or singing the National Anthem at a local racetrack. With influences from Garth Brooks, the Beatles, Shania Twain and Katy Perry, her biggest role model is Oscar-winning actress Julie Andrews (The Sound of Music, Mary Poppins, etc). “I was at a wedding with her and I admit, I was fangirling. Your expectations are so high when you meet someone you’ve looked up to your whole life and she was everything I wanted her to be. Definitely something I will always remember!”
Much like Andrews, Crystal has established herself as a well-rounded entertainer with her powerful vocals, remarkable songwriting and impressive acting. Her passion for the spotlight shines through in everything she does. No matter which path her career takes she will always be an entertainer. “I can’t imagine doing anything else in my life” she says. With her confidence and a go get ‘em attitude, Crystal has set the bar high and if her stage presence and immense talent are any indicator of what’s to come, the finish line is nowhere in sight.