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See “A Story of Love” on May 27 at 7 p.m. at new Nashville music venue, 7695
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 22, 2017) – Grammy nominated song co-writer, Amanda Colleen Williams has overcome extraordinary hurdles after her breast cancer diagnosis in 2015. Now cancer free, she is emerging with a new Nashville music venue, 7695 and groundbreaking concert series.

A Story of Love is a one woman show performed monthly at venue 7695. The next showcase is May 27th at 7695 River Road Pike in Nashville. Gates open at 5 p.m. and the concert begins promptly at 7PM. Parking is free with attendants on site. Tickets can be purchased in advance at 7695.us.

A Story of Love is described by arranger/pianist Ron Oates as, “a quite welcome relief from the Nashville norm. Each show is a delightful vignette. Your attention is captured from Amanda’s spoken introduction, and you remain riveted for the duration.”

“It’s a whimsical, hilarious, sexy, sassy, smart and heartfelt chronicle of the joy and heartbreak that comes with pursuit of ever elusive love. A totally unique experience,” said music industry veteran Tommy Williams.

Williams is grateful for the time to heal and recover from her battle with cancer and the passing of her father in 2016. She credits these recent life experiences as the inspiration to boldly emerge with a unique concert series, like nothing you have ever seen in Nashville.

Garth Brooks mentioned Williams as one of his top “ones to watch” on a recent interview with CBS. The pair co-wrote “She’s Tired of Boys” on his Man Against Machine and RPMs albums. View the entire interview here.

A Story of Love is a show you won’t want to miss!

About Amanda Colleen Williams:
Amanda Colleen Williams is a spirted performer and Grammy nominated song co-writer. She is the daughter of legendary Nashville Songwriter Hall of Fame Member, Kim Williams. Williams has had songs recorded by Garth Brooks, George Jones and many others. Her co-write with Garth Brooks "She's Tired of Boys" is on Man Against Machine, and the Ultimate Collection box set.

Amanda founded her own enhanced music publishing company called Hillbilly Culture, LLC in 2010 and later Songpreneurs, LLC to provide education & mentoring to aspiring songwriters of all ages.Williams graduated magna cum laude with a degree in Music Business from the Berklee College of Music. She currently resides in Nashville, TN with her family.

Her philanthropic work in education has led her to perform for President Bill Clinton, Maya Angelou, and Oprah Winfrey and Ambassador Andrew Young.

To learn more about Amanda, visit amandacolleenwilliams.com

About 7695
Music venue, 7695, is a unique private event space in Nashville, TN located in the foothills of the Cumberland River at 7695 River Road Pike, Nashville, TN 37209. Built in the 1960’s by the Pickney Family, it was reinvigorated as a “hillbilly Taj Mahal” for singer-songwriter Amanda Colleen Williams by her Beloved during her battle with breast cancer.

The facility is a stunning event venue for concerts, weddings, parties and the likes. Its intimate structure is credited to the rolling green fields, creek side reflecting pools, and hand-lain stone.

On the last Saturday of every month, 7695 hosts a ticketed community concert and features some of Nashville’s best singer-songwriters. Guests can interact with the artists at the VIP Fantopia™ pre-concert activities sure to entertain and delight.

Tickets can be purchased in advance at 7695.us. Limited number of VIP Fantopia™ tickets are available, the ultimate artists & fans activities experience™. Contact customer service at (615) 720-8882 or by email at live@7695.us.

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