The George, College Station’s newest luxury hotel, welcomes Bryan-College Station’s own Andrea Young for a night of food, drinks and live music on February 16 from 8 to 11 p.m.
Young is a local singer/songwriter who “plays everything from smooth jazz to punchy classic pop/rock and folk.” She has performed at The Republic 1836 and The West End Elixir Company as entertainment for brunch and dinner events. Young is a regular performer at The Republic and serves as one of the shining stars in the BCS area.
Young began performing in front of crowds around the age of 4 and has continued to grow and develop her style by playing songs of all genres. She puts her own twist on every song she plays and is planning to begin recording her first original EP this year.
The George will be a great stage for Young. The historical roots of College Station are celebrated by singers like Young and businesses like The George, which claims to “harken back to College Station’s days as a rail stop, before the area was synonymous with Texas A&M University.” Located in Century Square, The George adds a sophisticated twist to the Brazos Valley and carries an authentic Texas charm.
The George features large indoor and outdoor lounge areas, a large ballroom, and a craft cocktail, restaurant and wine bar.
The restaurant, Poppy, provides an eclectic dining experience with options ranging from steak to seafood. The menu changes weekly, and the culinary team works hard to offer the finest dishes possible. The whiskey bar, 1791, has experienced mixologists who can mix you up something you won’t be able to get enough of. These lounge areas ensure the perfect atmosphere to enjoy live music the way it is intended.
Spend your Friday night relaxing with friends, in the most luxurious and classy place in BCS.
This is a free event, but according to Young, “you might want to take an Uber” to The George and enjoy everything the venue restaurant and bar have to offer, because “their drink menu is killer.” Music by Young will begin at 8 p.m. on Friday, February 16.