One of the more creative and artistic gifts known is that of song and music. Be it a reflection of the condition of one's life, community, or a combination thereof, music has the ability to enlighten, inspire, agitate, and at least capture the mood of the moment.
This coming Saturday, one of the metro-area's more creative and grounded artists is debuting his gospel-influenced album that truly is an extension of the stewardship he does through the means of music.
Adam Bursh, who through his work with Chozen Talent Development Agency, helps provide tutelage and training within the field of music, is taking things a step further this coming Saturday, December 14th. Starting at 6pm at the Old Milton Center Theater (in Alpharetta), Bursh, along with a lineup of artists, musicians, singers, and gospel-based rap artists, is hosting a showcase which is featuring the release of his debut album, Break My Heart.
From 6-7pm, the aforementioned genres are part of an artists showcase focusing on spiritual-based songs and other related art pieces. At 7pm, Bursh is the featured artist as part of the larger concert taking place.
Some of the acts scheduled to perform include John 6, Greater, Renew Your Mind, and others. Tickets are available at the door for $10, and there are vendor opportunities available for small businesses and others (the range is from $25-$35).
Extending goodwill and stewardship opportunities are the norm for the holiday season. For Adam Bursh, it is more of a way of life in the manner in which he conducts his business and outreach in the immediate and interrelated communities. This Saturday is a prime opportunity to break and rebuild your heart in regards to the service needed to make our communities an improved place to live, work, and play.
Time to break...