BriteHeart Announces Schedule For Harmony on the Horizon Early Vote Concert Series

Article Contributed by The Caverns | Published on Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Following the announcement of the Harmony on the Horizon Early Vote Concert Series, BriteHeart, a nonpartisan civic engagement organization focused on registering and motivating people to vote since 2017, is today presenting the official schedule for its Early Vote Concert Series, taking place Oct. 14-29. BriteHeart has partnered with music incubator nonprofit This Is Noteworthy, Voting Is Vital, and The Caverns concert venue in an effort to inspire civic engagement and increase voter participation.

Filmed without an audience at The Caverns, the artists matched their incredible voices with heartfelt reflections on topics ranging from supporting our local communities to the power of sharing one’s story. The series begins on Oct. 14 with a show-stopping performance by Kyshona Armstrong. Along the way, experience the magic of Devon Gilfillian (Oct. 19), Lilly Hiatt (Oct. 20), Langhorne Slim (Oct.29) and many more as their voices and stories reverberate outward from the cave walls to inspire early voting.

The series culminates with a Nov. 2 pre-election show featuring Louis York, the Grammy nominated duo of Claude Kelly and Chuck Harmony, who have written and produced songs for superstar acts ranging from Miley Cyrus to Whitney Houston.

“I am so excited about the first of its kind Early Vote Concert Series. I had the pleasure of being at The Caverns for the filming of several of the artists who were all amazing. Their generosity, talent and belief in the power of the vote are truly inspiring,” said Chase Cole, founder and chairman of BriteHeart. “I am also very proud of the creative efforts of our producer, Becca Finley, who conceived of and coordinated the project.”

The concerts featuring all original material will air nightly at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on BriteHeart YouTube Live. The show on Oct. 22 will air at 7 p.m. ET/6 p.m. CT to avoid conflict with the presidential debate. The concerts are free to view and there will be a link where viewers can donate directly to the artists, with a portion of the proceeds also benefiting The Caverns and This Is Noteworthy’s artist grants program.

For the full lineup and air dates for the Harmony on the Horizon Early Vote Concert Series, visit