Pavement Performers

Schedule & Information

Although the pavement performer schedule is subject to change, you will usually find them playing on evenings & weekends.

Do you have what it takes to become a performer?

We welcome local performers to showcase their talent at the Centre. Performers are scheduled to perform after a brief approval and orientation process. Performers must be pre-screened, approved and scheduled. CLICK HERE for more information.

Meet our performers...

The Moore Twins

John S. Moore III and Jeremiah S. Moore (aka The Moore Twins) are two multi-talented artists, who within a relatively short period of time, have managed to establish themselves as two up-and- coming musicians, recording artists, song writers and producers. The Moore brothers are natives of Chicago, Illinois. After relocating to the Huntsville/Madison, Alabama area in 2008, they both began teaching themselves how to play a variety of instruments. John initially started off playing the piano, while Jeremiah directed his musical attention towards learning how to play the lead and bass guitars. They were able to further cultivate their musical skill when they, along with a few other friends started a youth band to play for their church’s youth choir. This eventually provided the Moore Twins with numerous opportunities to perform at venues across the country. John and Jeremiah are currently seniors at the University of North Alabama (UNA), in Florence Alabama, where they are studying music production and audio engineering (respectfully). In addition to being full-time students, they also spend a substantial amount of their time performing in concert and festival venues, public and private events, church programs and weddings.

Winslow Davis

Winslow Davis (alter ego of acclaimed native Huntsvillian, Frank Garcia) began his musical career at the tender age of 11. Originally a classically trained violinist, Winslow played with the Huntsville Youth Orchestra and later the Huntsville Symphony, Jackson Symphony Orchestra, and the Shoals Symphony. Adding to his repertoire, Winslow honed his craft on a wide variety of stringed instruments, including acoustic and electric guitar, bass, and mandolin. His latest passion is the unique five-string electric violin. Winslow has developed as an artist over the years, both in a solo instrumental/vocalist role and as the member of a band. He may currently be found leading worship each Sunday at CrossWinds UMC in Harvest, AL. Winslow resides in Harvest with his wife Cate. It is notable that Winslow is not only gifted in playing these instruments, he also writes, arranges and composes original music and adaptations. Winslow is available to play weddings, holiday parties, grand openings and other events; either as a solo artist or with his band. He may be reached at

For updated event information, find him on Facebook here: Winslow Davis Music.

Kirsten Elena Knight


Eleven-year-old Kirsten, a Huntsville native, is a singer, songwriter, dancer, actress and artist who most loves performing in concert and musical theater. Her repertoire of over 80 songs covers many genres, with her favorites being classical and Broadway musicals. With her awesome talent, she has been amazing audiences from Gulf Shores to New York City for years. Kirsten’s love of performing began at the tender age of two, when she stole the stage at the Opryland Hotel in Nashville. Subsequently, she has studied voice and musical theater for almost six years and piano and piano for four years under Luz Ladrillono of Lyrique Music Studios (LMS), performing in many recitals. Her many theater credits range from school plays to Camp Broadway’s “The King and I” at Pearl Studios in New York, including being a Wings award finalist for her ensemble’s performance in “Cats.” Her debut album/CD “A Knight on Broadway” was released this summer under the Kiki Productions label, on which she performs 19 of her favorite songs from Broadway musicals accompanied by renowned pianist Thomas Griep. It is available for purchase on CDBaby, Amazon, iTunes and all other major media outlets worldwide. Or, best of all, you can come to Bridge Street and experience her amazing talent live, and get a CD personally autographed by Kirsten at any of her performances.

Alex Shor

Alex Shor is a cellist and accordionist currently interning at ADTRAN in Huntsville. He has a Bachelor’s Degree from Florida State University in cello performance. He has played in many ensembles and orchestras on cello, accordion, and piano, including The Panama City Pops Orchestra, Oak Ridge Symphony, Bryan Symphony Orchestra, principal of the Tennessee All-State Orchestra, a blue-grass trio, string quartets, a Klezmer group and many other ensembles. He has played for weddings, bar-mitzvahs, building ceremonies and other various events. He has been awarded the Emerging Artist Award from the Music Teacher’s National Association and loves writing film scores, including winning a competition and having his score performed by a live orchestra alongside the 1922 Buster Keaton film “Cops.” He is from Oak Ridge, Tennessee and attends school for Computer Science at Tennessee Tech University. Watch him here.

Gus Arnold

Gus is a high school senior who began playing the saxophone in seventh grade. Once he picked up the saxophone at age 12, Gus found his "voice" and life's passion. That's when he started taking saxophone lessons with Nancy Hallman who helped develop his smooth rich tone and mature sound. Gus has also spent the last two years working on his jazz skills with Keith Taylor to become the young talented musician he is today.  For the last three years, Gus was selected for the Alabama All-State Concert Band as well as the Alabama All State Jazz Band. He is also the winner of the 2014 Alabama All-State Solo Festival and served as an alternate for the Jazz Band of America. He enjoys playing familiar jazz and blues songs as well as 70s funk and popular music. He truly loves performing for a crowd and is available to hire for your next event whether it be a party, ceremony or wedding. He absolutely loves playing at Bridge Street Town Centre so come out and enjoy his music.


Emma Klein

Emma Klein is a singer/songwriter from the Huntsville area. Emma writes about the angst of unrequited love, the pain of loss and the joy of hope. Emma loves to perform and share her original music. She performs frequently in Nashville and around the Tennessee Valley. Emma is a regular at local farmer's markets, the Madison Street Festival and she recently performed at Whistle Stop and Panoply.

Chris Wade

Chris Wade is a student of graphic design at Athens State University. He’s performed as a guitar soloist for 16 years and also has taught the instrument to others over the past six years. Chris’ performance style is truly unique, described as instrumental tap-style acoustic. Centre guests marvel at his rapid finger movements on the neck of his guitar. He plays a variety of musical genres including progressive, jazz and blues.

Ashley Faith

This exciting artist has just released her first single, "Rise Up." A regular Pavement Performer at Bridge Street Town Centre, Ashley showcases a wide variety of music. She has often been compared to both Adele and Colbie Caillat. Her velvet voice has a deep rich tone which is easy to listen to and her music has a soulful quality far beyond her age.

Wanda Wesolowski

Wanda Wesolowski (Wanda June) is an indie/folk musician emerging from the Madison, AL area. Singing along with her guitar and ukulele, she hopes to promote a positive attitude through her music and create a union between all members of the audience.

With much support from friends and family, Wanda has been graciously awarded prizes such as First place at Panoply's Home Grown Talent Show, first place in EMC Corporation's Global Jingle Contest, and second place in the 2011 Madison Talent Extravaganza!

While you can find her music/work on sites like YouTube and ReverbNation, her love for performance has always been the strongest driving force in her life. Her most popular gig is indeed here at Bridge Street Town Centre.

Just Gracey

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Just Gracey is a mother/son duo consisting of the singer songwriter Olivia Gracey and her son Ty Gracey. They began their journey as a team four years ago in Nashville performing at a songwriter’s fest for fun and grins. Their song “Muddle Muddle Mess” has quickly become a favorite with rising request. They released their first Album “Just Gracey - Unplugged” in March 2013.

Alabama Blues Man "BrothaRic" Patton


A one-man Blues band, BrothaRic plays six instruments at once. He performs real foot stomping Delta-style and Country Blues music. A homegrown Huntsville talent, he is the the grandson of Bluesman Paper Thomas Patton. The River Club and the Ebony Club in Triana was the training ground of many a rock and blues music lover and BrothaRic grew up in the heat of it all. Playing the Blues guitar was never his goal or ambition but rather his mother saw playing the guitar as a better alternative for him than playing football.” She didn’t want to risk me getting hurt so she got me a guitar and some old records,” said Ric.

Victoria Anderson

Victoria Anderson began studying harp in 2004 at the age of ten with Katherine Newman, principal harpist for the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. Victoria majored in music at the University of Alabama in Huntsville with an emphasis on performance. She has played in a number of public and private settings such as weddings, church services, the grand opening of a new tea room and many charitable events. She has also performed with the Huntsville Symphony in their Casual Classic series, the Huntsville Youth Orchestra and the UAH Wind Ensemble. Should you desire to add a touch of elegance to your special event, Victoria's musical talent is available for hire.

Fred Wells

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Before appearing at Bridge Street, Fred performed at the following locations: The Piedmont Arts Festival in Atlanta; Piccolo Spoleto Festival; The Governor's Mansion in Columbia, SC; The Azalea Festival in Summerville, SC; The Renaissance Festival in Florence, AL; The Houston Arts Festival; The French Quarter in New Orleans; The Park in Metairie, LA; Octoberfest in Helen, GA; Summerfest in Norfolk, VA and the mall in Washington, DC. Fred is also available for family and corporate events.

Hope Smalley


Hope Smalley is a singer, songwriter and musician who performs a variety of music including Country, Pop, Bluegrass and Gospel. In addition to her strong vocals, Hope is an accomplished musician who plays piano, guitar, mandolin, and banjo. Music is Hope’s passion and she loves to sing, write songs and play for audiences. Hope frequently performs at venues acrosss the Southeast including fairs, festivals and various music events. She has been performing at Bridge Street Town Centre for several years, and loves to sing for her many local fans. Visit Hope at, on Facebook (hopesmalleymusic), Twitter and YouTube.

Hayden Scott

Hayden began playing guitar when he was 12. He says he didn’t enjoy it too much then, and didn’t really begin working at it until he was 14. That is when he started taking guitar lessons with Brent Morgan, who is the worship leader at the church his family attends, Good Shepherd United Methodist. Brent encouraged Hayden to begin playing with the praise band at the church. Hayden started singing in his school’s choir at East Limestone High School, and asked Brent if he would work with him on his voice during their weekly lessons. This is when Hayden really got interested in being an artist, and began practicing during any spare moment of the day. He’s been a member of the praise band at church for the Sunday “Reveal” service for the past year. He also play for at the Wednesday night youth services. Hayden says he gets to work with some amazing musicians who have helped him grow musically and personally.

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