Sounds of Summer Showcase July 19 at the Davis Art Center

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The Sounds of Summer Showcase featuring Sheena Brook with special guests Carling Witt and Hunter McDaniels is happening July 19 in the Grand Atrium of the Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center.

Sheena Brook

Sheena Brook is a multi-instrumentalist who has entertained audiences for decades throughout the States. Her music and live performances are simply captivating as she shares her journeys through life, love, and loss. Brook appeared on NBC’s Season 12 of The Voice where she was hand-picked by Adam Levine. Since appearing on The Voice, she has gained the attention of multi-platinum songwriters and other artists to further her creativity in her unique style. Brook founded The F.E.M. (Female Empowering Musicians) Collective, an organization that hosts events to allow the support of women and provides an outlet for their own special creativity, a media- and event-driven collective designed to create a movement that amplifies women’s voices.
Carling Witt emerges as a captivating artist, seamlessly blending her diverse talents and boundless passion to create a narrative as colorful as it is compelling. Witt is an award-winning vocalist, musician, and songwriter deeply rooted In the local SWFL community and beautifully bright music scene. She is a well-known local advocate and activist, most recognizable for being nominated Trailblazer of the Year at the 2018 News Press’ Person of the Year awards for her efforts in directing and organizing March for Our Lives SWFL. In addition to her pursuits in music and activism, Witt is an accomplished actor, dancer, director, choreographer and published model, working with companies such as Warner Bros, Hard Rock, and Universal. In the realm of true artists, Carling Witt is a shooting star, ready to paint the night with the colors of her musical odyssey.

Hunter Daniels

Hunter McDaniels is an in-demand singer-songwriter in the SW Florida area, bringing beyond-his-years skill and passion to every performance. McDaniels’ specializes in folk, R&B, and pop music while cycling through genres with no concern of remaining predictable. While studying Jazz Piano and Music Composition at Florida State University, he realized his passion for songwriting and quickly began performing solo across the state.
Doors open at 6:30 p.m., and the concert begins at 7:30 p.m. Early ticket price is $10, or $15 the week of the show. The Sidney & Berne Davis Art Center is located at 2301 First St. in the historic downtown Fort Myers River District. Visit online at or call 239-333-1933.


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