Gabe Jones And Ashley Broochkman To Take The Puckett's Stage

Monday, November 13, 2017
Gabe Jones and Ashley Broochkman
Gabe Jones and Ashley Broochkman
Chattanooga Live Music presents Gabe Jones and Ashley Broochkman on the Puckett's stage Saturday night. Mr. Jones is an artist out of Atlanta. Writing his first original song at age 12, Jones has always had a passion and talent for composing and performing his own original works. Now 23, Gabe has evolved into a skilled songwriter, writing for multiple production groups in and around Atlanta, as well as winning awards for his own personal compositions.

Jones is also a skilled performer.
As a founding member of Surround Sound Band (East Coast Entertainment) Gabe has performed all over the country for various audiences, utilizing his voice, but also his dance abilities to thrill and entertain.


The young singer/songwriter has also flexed his performing muscle in his own hometown of Atlanta, putting on his own original shows at local hot spots and venues. He has extensive experience in worship leading, and has also led worship at various venues since the young age of 14.
With a pop/blues style and the ability to rap, write, and dance, he possesses talent and creativity that could take the music industry by storm.

He is now focusing on label solicitation for his own artistry/music. Be on the lookout for his first EP in 2018.

Ashley Broockman is no stranger to performing. With an extensive resume including musical theater, acting, modeling, and pageantry, she has performed and made appearances at events across Tennessee and beyond.

Some of her resumé includes: Velma Kelley in Chicago the Musical, Brooke Wyndham in Legally Blonde the Musical, Elsa in Frozen at the HoHo Expo and other events, a featured extra on the ABC series “Nashville,” and print modeling for numerous boutiques and Chatter Magazine.

In 2015 Ashley was nominated for Best Actress in a Musical by Broadway.com for her lead role as Velma Kelly in Chicago the Musical.

Ashley held the title of Miss East Tennessee from 2015-2016, and placed in the top 15 at the Miss Tennessee pageant (a preliminary to Miss America).  As Miss East Tennessee Ashley made appearances across the state, speaking and speaking to over 25,000 students and adults on bullying awareness and prevention. She also raised over $5,000 for Children’s Miracle Network through Disney princess inspired performances and events, and regularly visits CMN hospitals in Tennessee through her CareActors for Kids program, singing to the children who are patients.

Seating for the show begins at 8, Show at 9, No cover, tips for the artist appreciated, BOOK ONLINE or call 423-708-8505 for show and dinner reservations

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Chattanooga Live Music, Mark A Herndon, certified professional geologist and professional photographer grew up in Chattanooga area, graduated from the University of Tennessee in Chattanooga.  Media affiliation www.chattanoogan.com    Check out more at www.facebook.com/chattanoogalivemusic    Email at; MAHerndon@ChattanoogaLiveMusic.com


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