Singer-songwriter Angel White performs an intimate Black Box Songwriter Series concert on Sunday, April 21.
The Black Box Songwriter Series features singer-songwriters in an intimate, listening-room setting. Since its inception in 2015, the series has attracted a variety of celebrated songwriters, such as Gretchen Peters (“Independence Day”), Susan Gibson (“Wide Open Spaces”), Walt Wilkins (“Trains I Missed”), and numerous award-winning troubadours. Both newcomers and veteran songwriters have played the series and given fans a chance to hear incredible songs as well as the stories behind them.
This series is produced by the City of Lewisville. Tickets to this concert are $20 for general admission seating. Sales tax and ticket fees are included in the ticket price.
Doors open: 6 p.m.
Concert begins: 6:30 p.m.
About the Artist:
Angel White is a singer-songwriter from Dallas, Texas whose music blends R&B, Pop, and Western influences in a new and unprecedented way. Angel spent his formative years busking on the streets of Deep Ellum, learning the power of his voice and how it could touch the people around him.
It was this approach to songwriting that spawned White’s new solo identity and thus his forthcoming album, Ghost of the West.
Unlike most contemporary music, White’s music is not “wallpaper” or transparent: instead, his songs will take listeners to a specific place. For White; a western landscape is equally beautiful and dark in its vastness.