Pairing a little bit of country with a little bit of pop, audiences agree that there’s lots to love about Sara Evans. Hear “No Place That Far,” “Suds in the Bucket, “A Real Fine Place to Start” and more live as part of Snoqualmie Casino’s 2016 Summer Concert Series originally set for Saturday, July 9, has been rescheduled for Sunday, September 4, at Mountain View Plaza.
Enjoying a long and diverse career as one of country music’s top vocalists, Sara Evans started out as a traditionalist in Nashville, making her something of a rarity at the time. After her debut album, Three Chords and the Truth, she evolved into more of a commercial country artist, sticking with her signature sound, but imbuing it with more of a radio-friendly flair. Fans liked what they heard and from there, Evans released a steady stream of well-received records: No Place That Far, Born to Fly, Restless and Real Fine Place, securing her first gold and platinum certifications with a long string of hits.