The Van Lears return to Red Light Café with Faye Pierce-Bentley, and Scott Warren (of the Booze Mountaineers).
The Van Lears are brothers Andrew and Trey Bentley who are from the mountains of North West Georgia. Currently working with platinum producer Ted Hewitt (Rodney Atkins) recording their debut album. The brothers write with well known writers, such as Steve Bogard, writer of George Strait’s “Carried Away”; Bob Regan, writer of “Your Everything” for Keith Urban; and Josh Osborne, writer of “Come Over” for Kenny Chesney. Trey and Andrew are both fine singers in their own right, but hearing them sing together is what turns heads. Eddie Owen, of Eddie’s Attic, has called them the “Next coming of The Eagles.”
Faye Pierce-Bentley is a CMH recording artist who has been on the road with acts like Merle Haggard and Buddy and Jullie Miller. She received critical acclaim for her rendition of "Forty Shades of Green" on the Johnny Cash tribute album, Cash on Delivery. She is currently working on new material for her second album.
Scott Warren, a Rome GA native, has been writing and performing his original brand of folksy-rock, Appalachian inspired Americana music for over 20 years. His voice is the real thing, saturated with life and soul. His band, “The Booze Mountaineers”, features Bill Carroll on guitar, James Garrison on percussion and backing vocals, Chuck D. Harris on drums, and Clay Broome on bass and backing vocals.
Scott will be performing a solo, acoustic set for this show.