All We Can Do from our heart 

June 25, 2022

Troubadour Nashville Theater 
Musical Notes
Billy Gilman - One VoiceArtist Name
00:00 / 04:10
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All We Can Do from our heart

All we can do from our heart started out as a duo launch of an upcoming release of "All I Can Do" by La Donna Brewer-Capps and the new release of the book. "The Silver Heart" by Samantha Sheridan .  As the two ladies talked they decided they wanted to make the launch a benefit to feed children from Nashville. They talked to The Store and they will be the benefactor from all income generated the day of the show. 

Country artists are being asked to be part of the show and help bring more people into the Troubadour Nashville Theater.  There will also be donations auctioned off and we will announce them on this website. 

All We Can do from our heart is helping the children who can't feed themselves. 

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The Silver Heart

The  Silver Heart was written by Samantha Sheridan and she brought the characters to life with stories which her readers could relate to. Fans of the book have reviewed it as falling in love with the book, finding themselves crying, loving the main character and wishing it could have ended differently. Samantha listened to her fans and she added more chapters to the book when she published her book with her current publisher.


La Donna Brewer-Capps

 "All I Can Do" was co-written by  La Donna Brewer-Capps and she decided to record it in 2022, as her new single..
Samantha Sheridan heard the song and knew it was a perfect pairing with her newly released book
.  "It's all I can do not to pick up the phone to see if you are home tonight"
  Shara Johnson Zimmerman co-wrote "All I Can Do" with La Donna. 



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