There's a good chance you've heard of Savannah Swatland. This South Wales native won Dolly Parton's Mountain Soul Vocal Competition in 2016. She sang the National Anthem opening for Toby Keith at “Jam in the Valley" and opened for renowned Banjo player Tony Trischka and “The Voice Season 6” contestant Ddendyl Hoyt. She's also performed around Buffalo, including at the Sportsman’s Tavern.

She's even been on 106.5 WYRK.

Savannah grew up listening to classic country music, including George Jones, Dolly Parton, and Rhonda Vincent, and after winning Dolly Parton's competition, she started writing music and taught herself guitar. Music is her way of connecting with others, and she hopes her songs uplift others and make them feel understood.

More recently, Savannah teamed up with Buffalo-based The World is Yours Music Group. This resulted in a partnership with the band The Side Tracks and the creation of an all-star lineup.

Now, she's about to release her first album, also called "Ticket for Two," and she wants to celebrate with you with an album release party featuring her and her band.

When: Saturday, June 25 (Doors open at 6 p.m.)
Where: West Falls Center for the Arts, 1863 Davis Road, West Falls
Tickets: $15 in advance, $20 at the door (Click here to purchase now.)

West Falls Center for the Arts will offer beer, wine, cider and various concessions, but no outside food or drink is allowed, and the atmosphere will be family-friendly. It's a party you don't want to miss!

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