18th Annual Song Bird Cafe
18th Annual Song Bird Cafe
October 29, 2020
USC Alumni Center
Announcing our singer/songwriters:
Patrick Davis is a South Carolina native and a singer/songwriter who has spent the last fourteen years making his musical mark in Nashville. Davis has released four well-received full-length albums and toured the US and Europe as both a headliner and support act for Darius Rucker, Jewel, and others. He has had over 50 songs recorded by well-known artists, including Jimmy Buffet, Lady Antebellum, Darius Rucker, Jewel, Guy Clark, and many more.
Angie Aparo is a musician and songwriter from Atlanta, Georgia. Recently he created the band The Infidels. With Grammy-winning producer Matt Serletic, Aparo released The American. Angie also wrote the “Cry”, made popular by Faith Hill and featured on her album. Weapon of Mass Construction (also released under the title “One With the Sun”), For Stars and Moon, and 9Live are a few of Angie’s creations.
Ashley Campbell is the daughter of Glen Campbell. Campbell played banjo for her father, Glen Campbell, during his farewell tour in 2011 and 2012. She also appeared in the video for Rascal Flatts’ 2012 single “Banjo”. Ashley Campbell released her debut single “Remembering” in 2015. The compilation went on to win a Grammy and was nominated for an Oscar. Campbell also released a music video for the song.
David Ryan Harris
David Ryan Harris has cited artists including Stevie Wonder, Paul McCartney, and Prince as influences. His solo music ranges in genre from folk to rhythm and blues. Harris has produced and written numerous hits for Guy Sebastian such as Beautiful Life and Closer to the Sun. Harris has also played guitar on the album Who I Am from Nick Jonas And The Administration, and he can frequently be seen on stage performing with artists such as John Mayer, Dave Matthews, and Santana.
Song Bird Café will feature culinary delights by our signature sponsor, Southern Way Catering, and unforgettable entertainment by talented singer/songwriters.
Your support will help Sistercare continue to provide emergency shelter and support services for survivors of domestic violence and their children.
Song Bird Café 2020 has been redeveloped to create a safer, more controlled experience for sponsors, vendors, and attendees alike, such as:
- Expanded registration/check-in process with physical space to allow for social distancing + crowd control;
- Disposable masks + individual hand sanitizer bottles available to all attendees, with masks required at any point a guest is not sitting at their table;
- Tables of no more than six seats, with each table 6+ feet apart if you have more than 6 guests, every effort will be made to place tables in the same proximity;
- Established directions for attendees to enter/exit.
COVID-19 has been declared a worldwide pandemic by the World Health Organization. COVID-19 is extremely contagious and is believed to spread primarily from person-to-person contact. Infection may result in serious illness, injury, permanent disability, death, or property damage. As a result, governments and health agencies recommend social distancing and have, in many locations, prohibited the congregation of groups of people. While Sistercare has implemented measures designed to reduce the spread of COVID-19, Sistercare cannot guarantee that those who attend the event will not become infected, and attending this event may increase the risk of contracting COVID-19. EVERYONE ATTENDING THIS EVENT IN ANY CAPACITY ASSUMES ALL THE FOREGOING RISKS