SAAC is thrilled to host an evening of live music, “The Power of a Song” Songwriter Showcase, by the iconic country music figure and El Dorado native Dave Gibson, known for his exceptional songwriting talent. At this special capital campaign fundraising event, Gibson will recount the songs and stories of his more than 40-year hit-songwriting career. The Songwriter Showcase is set to take place on Friday, May 31st at 7:00 p.m. in the Callaway Theatre at SAAC.  Click Here for Box Office

With roots that run deep in the heart of the south, Gibson’s career in the music industry spans several decades, during which he has penned hit songs for some of the biggest names in country music. A Nashville heavyweight, Gibson’s songwriting has been recorded by artists like Alabama, Tanya Tucker, and Confederate Railroad. Hits like “Jukebox in My Mind” and “Queen of Memphis” showcase his talent for crafting relatable stories set against the backdrop of country life.

Gibson has also written numerous hit songs that have topped the charts and earned him critical acclaim. Some of his most well-known songs include “I’m a Survivor” (performed by Reba McEntire), “Texas Tattoo” (performed by Gibson himself), and “If You’re Gonna Do Me Wrong (Do It Right)” (performed by Vern Gosdin).

Gibson’s live performances are known for their energy, passion, and authentic country sound that have earned him critical acclaim and a dedicated fan base. Attendees can expect to hear some of his most famous compositions, performed with his signature style that blends country, rock, and blues influences.
Tickets for this highly anticipated event are priced at $15 for SAAC members and $25 for the general public. “The Power of a Song” with Dave Gibson promises to be an unforgettable evening celebrating the art of songwriting and the rich musical legacy of the south.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to experience the timeless talent of Dave Gibson in El Dorado. Visit the SAAC Box Office for tickets.

More about David Gibson on his website davegibsonsongwriter