Purchase your tickets to see CASSADEE POPE – RPAA's 2022 Alternate Routes: A Night in Nashville annual gala* and benefit concert headlining artist! Proceeds from this event benefit RPAA's mission to advance the performing arts in the Richmond region through programs and resources that SUPPORT the artists of today, NURTURE the artists of tomorrow, and provide spaces for the arts to THRIVE.
Cassadee Pope is a GRAMMY-nominated, Platinum-certified singer-songwriter who recently released her ninth career album, THRIVE, on October 15, 2021. The album's first single, "What The Stars See," was co-written by Cassadee and features Karen Fairchild (Little Big Town) and Lindsay Ell in a raucous anthem about longing to see what a past partner is doing since going separate ways. Cassadee performed the track on THE KELLY CLARKSON SHOW, where she also revealed the title of her latest album, THRIVE.
This latest project is a career milestone for Cassadee – she wrote or co-wrote every song, blending influences from her pop-punk days fronting the band Hey Monday and the country music storytelling and songwriting that she now calls home. Last year, she released her first acoustic solo album, RISE AND SHINE, which was co-produced by Cassadee alongside Todd Lombardo. The collection of original songs followed her critically acclaimed album, STAGES (2019), featuring hit singles "Take You Home," "One More Red Light," and "If My Heart Had a Heart.” From fronting rock band, Hey Monday, to winning Season 3 of THE VOICE (2012), and releasing her #1 debut album, FRAME BY FRAME (2013), Cassadee has effortlessly re-arranged the lines of Country and Pop.
*Annual Gala tickets (include a fully-curated food and entertainment experience prior to and after the concert) are also available for purchase. Please contact Sara Greene at 804-592-3378 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.