Ice Miller client, Kerri Leigh, will perform around Indianapolis during race weekend including Indianapolis 500’s Carb Day. Kerri Leigh recently performed at the Music Stage during City of Speedway’s “Festival on Main” charity event on May 9, 2014 benefitting the Indy Family Foundation. To see Kerri Leigh this weekend, check out the schedule below:
- Thursday, May 22, 2014 – Birdy’s Bar and Grill, Indianapolis, IN at 9:00 p.m.
- Friday, May 23, 2014 – National Anthem at the Indianapolis 500’s Carb Day at Noon
- Friday, May 23, 2014 – The Rathskeller at 7:00 p.m.
* more performances may be added
Born in the Midwest, and raised to the tunes of Ms. Patsy Cline and Mr. Willie Nelson, Kerri is a true all-American girl. Like many Midwestern girls, Kerri grew up playing basketball and volleyball, performing the national anthem whenever she could. Ultimately forgoing her chance at a college basketball career, Kerri followed her dream of being a country singer.
Known for her powerful voice, city-edge, and girl-next-door attitude, Kerri has sold out some of the most popular venues in New York City, such as the Bitter End and the Canal Room, and is a recurring performer at the CMA Festival in Nashville. Most recently, Kerri was a huge hit at the Indianapolis Zoo’s 500-person sold out event, Zoolala. For pictures of Zoolala, visit the Indianapolis Star, and the Indianapolis Zoo’s photographs.
Her songs, all original compositions, reflect her dichotomous upbringing – a childhood in small-town Wisconsin, and an adolescence in New York City. Undertones of her adolescent role models Willie Nelson, Dolly Parton, and Patsy Cline can be heard amidst her sassy, honest, and empowering lyrics.
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