| Headliner

Hayley Orrantia

with special guest Brennley Brown

Thursday, May 3 at 8 p.m.

The Northern Lights Theater 1721 W Canal Street, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, 53233
Price: $25/$20

with special guest Brennley Brown

Hayley Orrantia plays “Erica Goldberg” on the ABC hit comedy, The Goldbergs, which is currently filming its fifth season and has been picked-up for a sixth. She stars opposite Wendi McLendon-Covey and Jeff Garlin as a beautiful but rebellious high-school senior with a smart mouth who nonetheless, really loves her family.

Hayley began singing professionally, as well as songwriting, at the age of 13, and studying acting and piano at age 15. She sang background vocals on a number of Disney albums before joining part of the girl group, “Lakoda Rayne,” which placed in the Top 10 during the first season of X-Factor.

Recently, Hayley has been working with some of Nashville’s top producers and songwriters such as Corey Crowder (Chris Young), Mark Bright (Carrie Underwood, Rascal Flats), and Liz Rose (Taylor Swift). Her newest single, “Give Me Back Sunday” premiered on Radio Disney and is available on iTunes, Spotify, Amazon, Google Play, and all other download/streaming services.

Hayley’s other songs, (“Love Sick,” “Until Then,” “Hasta Verte,” and “Strong, Sweet, & Southern) can also be heard now on Spotify and iTunes, with a full EP expected later this year.

In the Spring of 2016, Hayley starred in the film, God’s Not Dead 2. Hayley starred as Brooke (opposite Melissa Joan Hart and Jesse Metcalfe), a high-school student who stirs up controversy by sparking a conversation about Jesus in class. Hayley can also be heard on the film’s soundtrack singing her original track “Silence You.”

Orrantia was born and raised in Texas. She currently resides in Los Angeles.

Brennley Brown is a 15-year old, country singer-songwriter and semi-finalist on Season 12 of The Voice, as well as an accomplished actress. She was raised on classic country music from the likes of Willie Nelson and Dolly Parton, and it shows in her emotional vocal performances. With the guidance of coach Gwen Stefani, Brown made show history with several of her chart-topping renditions of covers such as “Up To The Mountain.” Brown holds an Ovation Award, voices characters for Nickelodeon, Disney and DreamWorks, and played her first CMA Fest in June 2017. She is currently preparing to release original music and is performing across the US. She has opened for Dwight Yoakum and Keith Anderson.

“The fact that you have that crying, that angst thing at 14 is amazing.” -Luke Bryan

“You gave a Grammy performance and you’re 15, which is just freakish.” -Adam Levine

“You are doing what you were born to do, no question about it.” -Blake Shelton