Good Evening Miss places third at Battle of the Bands, will perform at Georgetown Optimist Clubs PDF Print E-mail

The band “Good Evening, Miss” from Charlestown, Indiana, recently won third place in the 2011 Kentucky State Fair Battle of the Bands. The competition finals, which included fifteen bands from across Kentucky and Southern Indiana, was judged by Jeffrey Lee Puckett, Courier Journal Music Critic; Gregory Riggle, Vice President Industry Relations & Business Communications for SESAC in Nashville; kRi Martin and Hettie Mays of Louisville music duo kRi & Hettie; and solo artist Peter Searcy.
As a prize for making it to the finals, each band had the opportunity to record an original song at Jetlag Recordings in Jeffersonville, Indiana, to be included on the 2011 Kentucky State Fair Battle of the Bands CD. “Good Evening, Miss” recorded their first original single, “Anymore.” The band’s CD single can be purchased at the any of their upcoming shows. A demo can be heard at www.goodeveningmiss.com.
“Good Evening, Miss,” also known as “GEM”, is a performance band through Mom’s Music in Jeffersonville, Indiana. The four-member band includes Ian Watson from Charlestown, IN on Lead Guitar and Vocals; Shelby Shaw from New Salisbury, IN on Lead Vocals & Backing Guitar; Morgan Stephens from Louisville, KY on Bass & Backing Vocals; and Christian Watson from Charlestown, IN on Drums.
The band has performed at several venues throughout Indiana and Kentucky including Hard Rock Café, 4th Street Live, Phoenix Hill Tavern, and the Kentucky State Fair just to name a few.
On Saturday, the band will be performing at a concert at the Georgetown Optimst Club on State Rd. 64. A DJ will also be on hand to play music. The event will take place from 8-10 p.m.  
Admission is $2 per person at the door, and concessions will be for sale. Merchandise from the band will also be for sale including tees, posters, photos and CDs.   
“Good Evening, Miss” recently won third place at the KY State Fair Battle of the Bands. They also just recorded their first single, “Anymore” at Jetlag Recordings in Jeffersonville, Indiana.  The band has performed at several venues throughout Indiana and Kentucky including Hard Rock Café, 4th Street Live, Phoenix Hill Tavern, Wick’s Pizza and Bearno’s By the Bridge just to name a few.