Mitch Rossell, originally from the hills of East Tennessee, is blazing a trail through the world of country music. His prolific songwriting and unique artistry have won him the unshakable support of fans across the nation and abroad.
Rossell's work caught the attention of his all-time favorite artist and country music legend, Garth Brooks and in the summer of 2016, he opened for Brooks on his record setting world tour. Along with opening, Rossell has written Brooks' last 4 singles, one of which is "Ask Me How I Know" (which he wrote by himself) landing his first #1 single. Additionally, he penned Brooks' single "All Day Long", his single with Blake Shelton, "Dive Bar," and his current single, "That's What Cowboys Do".
Recently, Rossell has released three singles, "All I Need to See", "American Dream", and "Then Again" which have all been received well by both fans and streaming platforms alike. "All I Need to See" has been playlisted on five major editorial Spotify playlists and has over 8.3 million streams. The most recent single, "Then Again" has been playlisted on multiple Spotify editorial playlists and continues to increase its stream count daily.
A small bites menu from Table 301 will be available for pre-order along with a selection of wines. Additional wine, beer, and cocktails are available for purchase at the show. Details will be sent to ticket holders prior to the performance.
The staff at the Peace Center and Genevieve's are committed to a safe and comfortable return to live music. These concerts provide a listening room feeling while adhering to COVID-19 CDC recommendations. Please note the following:
- Face masks are required except when seated at your table.
- Only 25 tables of four are available, allowing you to enjoy a socially distanced performance with your close family and friends.
- These concerts will not have an intermission.
- All ticketing, ordering, and payment is touchless.