Touring Americana artist Anne E DeChant returns to The Acoustic Coffeehouse Wednesday, April 12, 2017. The show starts at 8pm on the back patio stage at 415 W Walnut St., Johnson City, TN 37604. There is no cover charge but tips are encouraged and CD’s and other merchandise will be available. More information can be found at http://acousticcoffeehouse.net/ or by calling (423) 434-9872.
The Nashville, TN. resident tours the Eastern part of Tennessee and Western area of North Carolina a couple of times a year. The first time she played the coffeehouse was in August 2015. She brought “Watermelon Wine: The Poetry of Americana Music” with author Frye Gaillard to the Down Home in October 2016. This will be DeChant’s first time playing on the patio but looks forward to bringing back her solo, acoustic show to this eclectic venue.
DeChant’s most recent CD “The Sun Coming In,” has charted in the top 10 on multiple Roots Music Report charts including a #1 on the “Alternative Folk Song Chart” and a #6 on the Top 50 Ohio Album Chart. In 2016 she opened for Melissa Etheridge at Cain Park in Cleveland and wrote, recorded and performed the theme song for the 2016 Transplant Games of Cleveland.
Anne E. DeChant first caught the attention of music fans as the charismatic front woman of Cleveland’s Odd Girl Out. Following the band’s breakup, she went on to a busy solo career, producing seven albums. The title track from her 2007 release, “Girls and Airplanes” was featured in the film, “The Hot Flashes”, starring Brooke Shields and Wanda Sykes and in the 2013 documentary, “The Vetters, All We Needed.”
More information about Anne E can be found at the following sites:
Official Website: http://www.anneedechant.com