The Williamson County Performing Arts Center wants to help you get in the holiday spirit by bringing you a spectacular event filled with Christmas cheer.

Known for her velvet voice, Franklin’s own Debbie Cunningham’s annual holiday jazz show features a swinging band, holiday classics and a special appearance by members of her family. This is the LAST holiday concert her family will appear in together! Come experience the joyous seasonal performance with your family & friends! This will be a show you won’t want to miss!

Debbie Cunningham is known as a powerful and engaging entertainer. Her musical styling of jazz is soulful and sultry, yet elegant and sophisticated.  She holds a Bachelor of Music from Pennsylvania’s Temple University. She has recorded two full length jazz albums and recently authored, Dancing in the Kitchen: Hope and Help for Staying in Love.

As an artist, Cunningham has won over countless jazz fans in and around her adopted hometown of Nashville and beyond with the passionate live performances she plays with her quartet. Over the years she has entertained audiences at Nashville’s Schermerhorn Symphony Center, LP Field, regional hot spots like F. Scott’s jazz restaurant, local theaters, wine festivals, corporate, private and charity events across Middle, TN. Band includes…Jim Michie on Keyboard, Matt McKenzie on Bass, Dave Dunseath on drums.

 Fan Comments, “We all loved this show!! We talked about it all the way home!” “Spectacular and so much Christmas cheer.”



  • Occurs Sunday, December 15th, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm


Williamson County Performing Arts Center at Academy Park

112 Everbright Ave,
Franklin, TN 37064

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