Saturday, April 07, 2018 09:30 AM


A four-some from Nashville with at least one Chattanooga close connection glistened on the Songbirds Museum stage on Friday night.

Farewell Angelina drew friends, family and fans from Atlanta, Birmingham and the Scenic City for their first appearance here on the museum's North Stage at the Choo Choo..

The four beauties - each with powerful voices - met while each was pursuing a solo career in Nashville. Close friends Nicole Witt, Andrea Young, Lisa Torres, and Lauren Lucas decided to get together, and they have been making their mark while touring the country.

They've opened for stars like Trace Atkins and Kenny Chesney and performed the National Anthem for Thursday Night Football.

Their fans helped them nab a "Hot Seat" spot on the Taste of Country 2017 "RISERS" Program by over 20,000 Facebook votes. They said they are excited to currently be in recording mode, including some tunes members of the group penned.

On the Chattanooga stage they introduced for the first time a captivating song written just for them by talented songwriter Levi Lowrey. Afterward, an audience member rose and said, "That's your song. You own it."

Nicole and Lisa displayed their fiddle skills on their "Radioactive" mainstay, and they closed out the first set ...

News source: The

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