Georgia Southern University’s Department of Continuing Education is proud to offer a Winter Sing Along concert on Jan. 28 at 7 p.m. Ticket holders will invite Brandi Harvey and Robert Cottle into their homes via Zoom for a performance of jazz standards and folk favorites like “This Land is Your Land” and “Fly Me to the Moon.”

Harvey and Cottle are some of Statesboro’s finest talents. Harvey has been performing in the southeast since 2009 both as a solo artist and in various bands. Recently, she starred as the witch in the Averitt Center for the Arts’ production of “Into the Woods.” She is also a full-time vocalist for Moss City Groove, a Top 40 band in the Savannah area, and she performs regularly in local venues with Cottle. 

Cottle is a graduate of Georgia Southern, where he earned a bachelor’s and master’s in music education. He also has a master’s in music in classical guitar performance and teaches piano, guitar and voice at the Averitt Center for the Arts where he serves as artistic director. In addition, Cottle is an active musician who performs in various venues across the southeast.

Harvey and Cottle will broadcast the Zoom concert live. Tickets are $35 and group rates are available. Visit the Continuing Education Facebook Events page for more information or