Ayla Brown and Rob Bellamy

Thursday, Sep 24, 2020 at 6:00pm

The Music Hall-NH
28 Chestnut Street
Portsmouth, NH 03801

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With sweet harmonies and a catchy concoction of melodies, Massachusetts natives and country duo, Ayla Brown & Rob Bellamy, first began writing songs together after meeting over a 1000 miles away in Nashville. They eventually began recording demos, uploading videos on Facebook and YouTube of their songs, and booking shows together along the East coast. In 2019, they released their first EP, Make it Mean Something. 

As a solo artist, Ayla Brown has released five studio albums, has performed on the Grand Ole Opry stage twice, placed 13th on Season 5 of American Idol, performed overseas for the troops in 13 different countries, sang live on national television, and has opened up for artists like Lynyrd Skynyrd, Eric Church, Jason Aldean, Josh Turner, Charlie Daniels, Sara Evans, Phil Vassar, and more.

Rob Bellamy recorded and released an EP called Long Freight Train in 2016 and a single called “Walk it with Me” in 2020, and since the release he has been touring and opening up for country music artists such as Carly Pearce, Mark Wills, Dylan Scott and Russell Dickerson. Recently, he was Country 102.5’s “Catch of the Week,” where weekly they highlight an emerging country artist.

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$60 for a regular table (3 person limit)

$120 for a large table (6 person limit)

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