Viva! NashVegas Radio Show to Host Three Rockin’ Ladies for “Chick Power” Show

You will want to adjust your dials for this one! Three of country music’s strongest female vocalists will take the stage at Kimbro’s Cafe and Pickin’ Parlor on Saturday, August 29th, at 11 a.m., as part of the “Chick Power” episode of Nashville’s live variety radio show, Viva! NashVegas.
CMA’s Who New To Watch artist Hannah Bethel will be joined by Tennessee’s own rocker Laura McCormick and Australian powerhouse singer Bianca Moon. Bianca will also be accompanied on guitar by her legendary producer, Kent Wells (Dolly Parton).

Date: Saturday, August 29th
Time: 11am-12pm
Tickets: Free to the public
Venue: Kimbro’s Cafe and Pickin’ Parlor / 214 S. Margin Street, Franklin, TN

The radio show is hosted by George Hamilton V, the son of country star George Hamilton IV. A mix of “Hee Haw” and “Prairie Home Companion,” the show blends music and comedy together. What originally started in a corner of Handy Hardware in Franklin, next to the paint cans and materials,  has grown in popularity, with over 250,000 viewers. With the popular demand, they now broadcast at Kimbro’s Café and Pickin’ Parlor and the Williamson County Archives and Museum on alternating Saturdays. Be sure to visit the museum after the show. If you can’t be a part of the audience, you can stream the show directly off the Ustream website at
About Hannah Bethel
Vibrant country artist Hannah Bethel brings her sass to country radio with the release of her newest single and official music video to You Wanna Be My Man. This song, which was co-written by Hannah and David Myhre, is off her newest album Never Ending Sky and is getting great recognition from radio and media. Nashville’s renowned music critic Robert K. Oermann said “[You Wanna Be My Man is] pert and perky, with a girlish sweetness. The track bops with nifty precision and perfect crunch. Well sung and well produced.” Billboardsaid “Bethel proves herself to be quite the dynamic vocalist… Nashville better make a seat for her at the table, because she’s going to be front and center very soon!” Roughstock commented by saying “I’ve loved this singer’s talent since hearing her first album. This one’s ready to help Bethel breakout into the upper reaches of the charts. She’s ready.”
Hailing from Northern Michigan, Hannah took part in this year’s CMA Music Festival by signings autographs and performing at various Music City hot spots. She has spent the last year touring the United States, performing shows from Alaska to New Jersey and everywhere in between. She has shared the stage with such artists as Trisha Yearwood, Frankie Ballard, Canaan Smith, Charlie Worsham, Joe Nichols, Rodney Atkins, and Buddy Jewell. To stay updated on Hannah, and like her on Facebook at
About Laura McCormick
Nashville’s newest musical vixen Laura McCormick brings a fierce set of pipes with her debut album Box Full of Trouble. From party girl anthems to soulful songs about heartbreak and vulnerability, McCormick’s album is a profound display of her songwriting skills. With a voice comparable to that of Bonnie Raitt, Ann Wilson of Heart and Linda Ronstadt, Laura successfully blends her folk and country roots with her classic rock upbringing. The Tullahoma, TN native has seamlessly transitioned to a full-time singer-songwriter after passionately serving as an ICU nurse for the past 6 years. Music Row Magazine writes, “She has a throaty, smoky delivery that’s full of tension, emotion and technique… Extremely promising.” For more information, visit
About Bianca Moon
Bianca Moon, Australia’s next rising country music star, overcame more in her youth than many people will in a lifetime. Having survived six different surgeries and persevered through countless years of bullying in school, Bianca is out to prove to the world that regardless of circumstances, anything in life is possible with a steadfast work ethic and an unwavering desire to succeed. Throughout the highs and lows in life, music has always been Bianca’s stronghold. With years of performing under her belt, a prestigious music theater degree and several licensed songs for one of CBS-TV’s most popular programs, The Bold and the Beautiful, this Sydney-born songwriter has crossed international boundaries and is ready to take Nashville by storm. Her debut album, FIREBALL, produced by Kent Wells (Dolly Parton), is set for release this fall. For more information, visit

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